Music of Tuesday, 6 January 2015
Source: Graphic Online
There is no doubt that the secular music has attracted many young artistes but for new gospel artiste Goddy Nyameatie, he won’t follow the popular trend.
A member of the Lighthouse Assemblies of God church in Kumasi, Goddy, who is currently promoting his new song, Higher Higher says he wants to follow in the path of the likes of Azigiza Jnr, Lord Kenya and Ofori Amponsah who left secular music to join the gospel fraternity.
Recorded at Phiphas studio in Santasi and produced by Daniel Oti Sarpong, the mid tempo song is an inspiring piece which he talks about his strengthened faith and the love that God has for him.
Goddy Nyameatie started his music career at the age of 20 as a rapper.
According to him, things turned around when he went for a youth church camp and had an encounter with the Holy Spirit and became born again. That was the turning point in his life to shift camp from rap to gospel music.
The first song he did when he gave his life to Christ was “Medwene Ho A Mente Asie” and now he is out with Higher Higher.
When asked where he would like to see himself in the next few years, Goddy said, “I would like to be on a higher platform spreading the gospel and the love of God”.