Ghanaian Gospel singer, Cwesi Oteng has bragged about the fact that he was the first Gospel musician in Ghana to have his songs played on radio and TV stations that never aired gospel.
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According to him, God used him to do something that has never been done in the gospel fraternity and to him, that was a major milestone in his music career and it is unlimited.
“I was the first Gospel musician to be played in several radio and TV stations that never aired gospel”
Speaking with TeeJay on JoyPrime TV, having his songs played on such radio and TV stations were legacies upcoming gospel act can look up to.
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In other news, Ghanaian rapper, Strongman has narrated how he was given a dirty slap by a fan on stage who asked him why he is such a good rapper.
According to Strongman, he was ambushed by a hardcore fan while he was performing on stage at a show in the Kwame Nkrumah University of Ghana all in the name of the love the fan has for his craft.
Speaking in an interview on Starr Drive, Strong while recounting one of his best and awkward moments in his music career said; “I think what I’m going to talk about is awkward and at the same time is the best moment. This happened somewhere in 2014 or 2015″.
“I was performing at Repu Hall Week in KNUST a certain guy, climbed the stage and got to where I was, and he slapped me twice, and he asked me ‘Why are you such a good rapper’. The slap was painful but he was only expressing his excitement,” he continued.