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Secular Music Is Not Sinful And The Musicians Should Have A Place In The Church- Gospel Musician

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Secular music is sinful, it has no place in the church and a Christian is not supposed to get themselves into any of such things that has a trace of the world and vanity in it— that is what we have been told to always do as Christians and the crusaders of the cross yet … Read more

Playing Secular Music in Church Should not be Seen as ‘Bad’ or ‘Evil’ — Stonebwoy

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Dancehall star Stonebwoy has called on Ghanaians who complain when pastors play secular music in their churches to ‘chill’ because there’s nothing wrong with it.

According to the ‘Baafira’ hitmaker, we are all children of God, including those of them who sing secular music, therefore their songs cannot be tagged as demonic simply because it’s not gospel.

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Nacee Agigates For Gospel Musicians To Freely Sing About Love And Sex Plus Says He Handles Well The Women Who Tempt Him

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Some women will go the extra mile to tempt you and when you are not too strong like Josh Laryea and end up falling, they will loudly sing your mockery but you can’t try this with Nacee, the gospel musician because he has no tolerance for that.

Nacee was sharing his opinion on secular music as a Gospel Artiste on Joy Fm’s Drive Time show where he strongly agitated that secular music is not a sin and must not be chastised by the Christian community.

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‘Born Again’ Akoo Nana Drops New VIDEO For ‘PayDay’

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Akoo Nana

Akoo Nana turned to God a while back, vehemently swearing he was born again and even being spotted spreading the gospel in trotros across the capital.

Perhaps his ‘born again’ did not involve renouncing secular music because he’s back with a new tune titled ‘PayDay’.

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Ofori Amponsah Explains U-Turn To Secular Music, Says He Was Confused

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Ofori Amponsah
Ofori Amponsah

Well, obviously he was confused and it is even safe to say he is still very confused— Mister All4real has welcomed himself back to the world of secular music after testing the waters of propagating the gospel.
He has an explanation for that intermittent display of call and he is asking Ghanaians to forgive him because he knew not what he was about.

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