Gospel musician, Yaw Sarpong has described recording songs in years past as difficult.

Sharing his musical journey on the E Vibes show, the ‘Wo Haw Ne Sen’ hit maker says he believes things are much easier today because of the introduction of technology.

“Before, to get someone to record a single track was not that easy. This is because there were no studios around, there was just one in Accra and one in Kumasi so it’s very difficult to record. Today, the story is different. We have a lot of studios in houses so it’s not like before,” he told Becky.

Over 40 years of doing music, producing 26 albums and still counting, the lead singer for the Asomafo band have made waves in the gospel music industry.

His songs have been an inspiration to many in all corners of the country.

With a strong passion for singing, Yaw Sarpong in the early stages of life joined the Methodist singing group at Asuofua (in the Ashanti Region) where he was discovered by one Medical Doctor who also wanted to form a music group in 1971.He recorded his first album in 1981 titled Adesrede (Request) and second album between 1983 and 1984.

E Vibes is a weekly programme that delves into the background of the country’s celebrated personalities who are doing tremendous work in their chosen field of work cutting across sectors.