famous Gospel singer Celestine Donkor has cautioned mainstream artistes they will stay in the wild for quite a while as gospel artists will win the Artiste of the Year for the following 10 years.
Celestine Donkor, who was talking in a meeting on Hitz FM’s Daybreak Hitz with KMJ, trusts that gospel performers will rule the Ghana music scene and the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards plot for the following decade.
Celestine conceives that her associate contemporary Gospel performer, Joe Mettle has now opened the conduit for gospel artistes in Ghana to win the award of Artiste of the Year .
Joe Mettle beat E.L, Sarkodie, Stonebwoy, MzVee, and Medikal to secure the highest honor in Ghanaian music and was declared the Artist of the Year for the 2017 release of the Ghana Music Awards.
He turned into the principal gospel artist to win the honor after a long-standing dry spell that hit the gospel music clique with regards to winning Artist of the Year grant since the initiation of the plan in the year 2000.
The “Heavenly” hit artist thinks the time has desired them (gospel artists) to assume control and clutch the terrifically vital honor for the following decade.
“I trust it. We will hold it for quite a while. Perhaps in the following ten years, we can enable one common artiste to pick it again simply as they did. What occurred at the simply finished VGMA will continue happening,” she said.
She said it had been long past due for gospel artistes to win the award of Artiste of the Year and communicated positive thinking that it will happen over and over.
The soothing vocalist affirmed that the honor has lifted up her expectations and has additionally multiplied her confidence including that she trusts they are on the correct course.