Entertainment of Tuesday, 22 December 2015
Gospel music group No Tribe has made a passionate call to corporate Ghana to support the gospel music industry grow.
According to them, it is extremely difficult for a big brand like No Tribe to get the needed support from corporate Ghana to help push their ministry.
Nacee, leader of the group, singled out a few individual like Black Stars captain, Asamoah Gyan and Trust Line Investment who help No Tribe to even organise their annual music concert – United Praiz Concert.
He pleaded with corporate Ghana to factor the Gospel musicians in their budgets to enable them also push their brands and outreach ministry.
On Christmas eve, December 24, No Tribe and friends will converge at the Charismatic Evangelical Ministry (C.E.M) Auditorium, North Legon for the United Praiz Concert.
Ministers OJ, Cecy Twum, KODA, Steven Oil, Kobby Mantey, Impact, Joe Mettle, Joyce Blessing and many other surprise acts will sing songs of praise at the biggest gospel show to climax the year.
No Tribe, with their technical sound crew, will for the first time attempt to do a live recording of their songs on stage.
Nacee explains that the group wants to achieve that live feeling with the interaction of the fans and music lovers who will be at the Auditorium “a practice that is very common in most western gospel music.”
Lord Bonzy, a member of No Tribe, also asked the general public to come out in their numbers to worship with them on the night.
He urged the general public to be grateful for the gift of life they have enjoyed from start of year till date.
He said he lost a dear one in the June 3 rain and fire disaster and is dedicating his performance on the night to ever one who lost a dear one on the tragic night.