US-based-Ghanaian gospel musician, Rosey, has disclosed that most of the support for her career comes from secular musicians, instead of her fellow gospel artistes.
Speaking on Daybreak Hitz on Friday, she said that some gospel musicians in Ghana are reluctant to support her cause – preaching the word of God through music – because they considered the music space as a “challenge” between themselves all the time.
“The most love and support I have gotten was from secular artistes —and it is sad to see,” she told Doreen Avio on Hitz FM.
She added that US-based-Ghanaian gospel musicians support other artistes purely from their hearts – devoid of ulterior motives – unlike some Ghana-based gospel musicians.
“They smile at you but you can tell that they have ulterior motives to cut you off behind your back or stab you behind your back,” said the Power singer.
Notwithstanding, Rosey went on to thank the few Ghanaian-based gospel musicians who support her wholeheartedly.
She admonished her fellow gospel musicians not to view the music space as an arena for competition because “the room is big enough for everyone to thrive in the music business.”
Rosey is a Ghanaian Gospel/Inspirational artiste with a gift and a voice like none other.
She began to embody her talent at the age of 14 years when she started singing at her local ICGC Church (Takoradi Adumankoman District).
She is currently based in Virginia (USA), and serving in the Navy as a United States Enlisted Sailor.
She occasionally sings the national anthem at monumental ceremonies and events.
Entering the next phase of her career, she aims to touch more hearts and win souls with her craft.
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