Gospel musician Samuel Sey has advised gospel musicians to forgo un-certified norms that prevent them from being fashionable.
According to him, even though some Ghanaians tend to raise eyebrows when gospel acts clothe themselves as some secular artistes do.
Asked what he thinks about people expecting gospel musicians to tow a particular fashion line, he said: “It shouldn’t be that as a gospel artiste, I can’t dress. I need to be myself and be free. Its what inside of me that matter but not what I wear.”
The musician who doubles as a housing agent in UK urged people to be themselves since God pays mind to the heart more.
Samuel is a budding gospel artiste who has lived most of his life in the United Kingdom (UK). He is currently promoting his new song dubbed: “KronKron” and urged Ghanaians to expect more soothing songs from him.