Scandals not good marketing tool for gospel musicians – Abena Ruthy

Entertainment of Friday, 27 January 2017



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Gospel musician and banker Abena Ruthy has bemoaned her colleagues who find joy in creating scandals to promote their brand.

The musician real name Ruthy Benny Wood in a conversation with prior to the launch of her “Higher Praise” album slated for Sunday, January 29 at the National Theater said there are numerous ways gospel musicians can adopt in promoting their works instead of creating an event regarded as morally or legally wrong.

The Media Excel Production artiste who believes gospel musicians should not entangle themselves in outrageous wrongdoings added that her colleagues should employ persons who can manage their career. According to her, it is the duty of a management team to outline the right procedures to promote the work of artistes instead of relying on scandals.

She continued that scandals paint the work of God black which disgraces the kingdom hence her plea to gospel musicians to desist from it.

Talking about her second album launch happening this Sunday, she named Ohemaa Mercy, Nacee, SP Kofi Sarpong, Joyce Blessing, Bernice Offei and other gospel ministers as musicians patrons should expect at the concert.