Gospel Songs These Days Are Quite ‘Disappointing to Listen’ — Legendary Gospel Group Daughters of Glorious Jesus

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There used to be a golden age of Ghanaian gospel music when almost every song released went on to become a mega-hit.

There were also more gospel stars churning out amazing music; the likes of Esther Smith, Stella Dugan, the great Daughters of Glorious Jesus, Tagoe Sisters and many others.

In recent times it seems the gospel genre has fallen out of sorts and gospel stars of these days can’t seem to reach the heights attained by their forbears.

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And speaking on the issue, Daughters of Glorious Jesus seems to have picked up on the same decline in gospel music.

Speaking on Happy Fm, they said the quality of songs have declined and now gospel musicians are not even able to draw people to God anymore.

“It’s obvious there are few gospel songs that are disappointing to listen…”, the group said, but added they can see some improvements and hoped things would keep going in the right direction.

Source: GhanaCelebrities.Com


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