Fame is Irrelevant, We Sing For God - Kofi Owusu Peprah
Gospel artiste, Kofi Owusu, outlines that true gospel artistes sing for the Glory of God and Nothing else
Kofi Owusu has declared that gaining popularity is not on his list of priorities as a worship leader.
The fast-rising artiste maintained that he is only singing to give back to what the Almighty has given to him; using his voice to win souls for God is his first and foremost priority, he noted.
He has been making massive waves on YouTube after his new rendition release of his father's 'Matwen Awurade anim'.
Speaking in an Upclose exclusive interview with Berla Mundi on TV3's New Day show, the son of the legendary Rev. George Owusu Mensah made his intentions clear for his induction into the gospel music industry.
"My motive is to give Him back what he has given me basically. God has given me so much. I can write, I can sing...this gift of music. Wherever I serve, people who know me know that I do it selflessly," Kofi Owusu Peprah said. He noted.
Kofi Peprah is one of the selflessly dedicated ministers who has appeared on platforms with Dr Sonnie Badu, Joe Mettle, Efe Grace, Nii Okai, Luigi MacLean, Nigerian popular gospel artiste Dunsin Oyekan, Quame Gyedu, Sammie Obeng-Poku and a host of other gospel ministers in Ghana.
So far, the gospel minister has four(4) songs to his credit; Matwen, Yesu Nyames Ba, Amen and Big God, on all various digital online streams.