Stop Listening To My Old Hiplife Songs—Lord Kenya Pleads
Going by this quotation from the Holy Books of 2-Corinthians 5:7 which says “Therefore if any man be in Christ, he is a new creature: old things are passed away; behold, all things are become new”, Evangelist Abraham Philip Kojo Akpor Kainya aka Lord Kenya has urged lovers of his hiplife songs to stop listening to some of them since the content of those songs is not good for the body consumption. He said this on ‘Brunch To Launch’ hosted by Bra Chef on Radio Univers, an Accra-based radio station.
According to the award-winning hiplife artiste, he doesn’t recall the last time he listened to any of the songs.
“I don’t remember the last I listened to any of my songs. At times when I hear any of them when I’m passing by, I ask myself ‘so is this song still alive?’ and do you know what it tells me? It tells me I have lots of work to do.”
Lord Kenya further added that “ some of my songs like ‘Driver Susu ko, Children of Africa, Sika Mpo Nfa Neho are more than gospel music but the content of most of my songs are not good so for those ones, I wish people could stop listening to it and be like me as Jesus said”
“’Driver Susu Ko’ is a song which is still important to the society. God in His own way gave me some songs to tell the society some important things but because of my behavior then, people didn’t see the importance of the music but now they still carry their importance so they can be played”.
As part of Evangelist Abraham Philip Kojo Akpor Kainya’s third year anniversary, there will be an All-night service on Friday at the main auditorium of the Kumasi Technical Institute, Kumasi.
The anniversary will be climaxed with a star-studded church service on Sunday. Musicians to join him for his third year celebration in Christ are Pastor Joe Beecham, Moses O. K, Agnes Opoku Agyemang, Brother Sammy, Jack Ackom, Slim Becky, Angel Michael Osei, Brother Jackson and Agape Incorporated.
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