Afro and urban gospel artiste, Scott Evans, says people should not focus on the riches he has.
The fast-rising musician has said people should rather focus on the grace of God that is on him.
According to him, despite the grace he has, he also works so hard to achieve his dreams.
Speaking in an interview with Fifi Folson on the Upclose Segment of Joy FM’s The Reason is Jesus, Sunday, May 22, he said aside from his music career, he is into the imports and exports business.
Scott Evans is, thus, urging the youth to work hard in addition to knowing God to achieve their dreams.
“I have grace ultimately and I work. If you have grace, and you work, you will get money. There is a job that I do, and there is a profession and a career. So I have a job and a career that I am pursuing, but you need to work to make a livelihood. The Bible even says it.”
“I do logistics. I am into shipping, which is imports and exports. That is what I do, but the focus shouldn’t focus on the fact that I have money, but they should focus on the fact that I have the grace of God and I work so hard,” he said.
Speaking of challenges he has faced in his career path, he said he sees challenges as “bread to feed on to grow” in life.
He disclosed that he focuses on the positives of every situation and how to use it to shape his life, family, and friends.
“There are a lot of challenges, and I think the success of everything goes beyond challenges. So I don’t put much focus on challenges. I put my deep focus on what I can make out of the challenges.
“For me personally, there may be challenges, but I don’t see them as challenges. I see them as bread that I need to feed on them to grow.”
Scott Evans was nominated in the Best New Artiste of the Year as well as the Best Gospel Song categories for the 2022 edition of the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMA).
According to him, his nomination was a huge credit to his brand as a musician, saying it was upliftment of his brand and will propel him to keep working harder.
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