Urban gospel musician, Seth Diamond is not happy about the level of creativity that some of his colleague gospel musicians put in their works.

Speaking in an interview with Willi Ashley on Koforidua based Freedom FM’s Gospel Hour show, the ‘My Hour’ singer said they need to work hard and be more creative.

“The world has moved forward and people are churning out more creative productions as Gospel musicians we also should double our efforts. I believe that things are changing, more people are being inspired by what we do. We should make better videos and we should make an effort to move forward and clear the perceptions people have about Gospel music” says Seth Diamond.

Seth Diamond has in the past released songs like Trust Issues, Dear Preacher, Victory, Heaven Rocks and among other hits which received massive radio and television airplays in the country.

ALSO: R2Bees – Back To Basics (FULL ALBUM)

He is currently promoting his new song “My Hour” which Features Kofi Kinaata. Watch video below

Away from this; One of Africa’s biggest Afrobeats group, R2Bees has finally released their fourth studio album christened; “Back To Basics”.

The album houses fifteen solid tunes with contributions from King Promise, Stonebwoy, Gyakie, Darkovibes, Wizkid, Mr Eazi and Joeboy. The latest body of work comes up after the successful release of Omar Sterling’s ‘Same Earth Different Worlds’ album which was dropped in June.

Source: Ghgossip.com


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