Gospel musician Mary Agyemang has denied allegations that her hit song ‘Change Over’ was a politically motivated song.
‘Change Over’ is a single from Mary Agyemang’s first studio album ‘Change Over’.
After the song was released it was alleged that she composed the song for the New Patriotic Party (NPP) for the 2016 elections.
But speaking in an interview with Hitz FM’s Franky 5 on This Is Gospel, Mary Agyemang stated she was inspired by God to write the song and she didn’t do it for the NPP as people claim.
“The ‘Change Over’ song did not come out for any political purpose. We only realised the message similarities with the NPP and other opposition parties when presenters started asking us during interviews. My management got angry because the song had no political message,” she explained.
“The message in the song relates to my life but when they started mixing the song up with politics I felt it was God’s will. People should give glory to God instead of feeling the song was done for a particular sect of people,” she stressed.
Mary, who is signed under Frimprince Music Productions, also revealed that she made a lot of money from the ‘Change Over album.
‘Change Over’ has been nominated for Best Gospel song at this year’s Ghana Music Awards.