Gospel artiste Noble Nketsiah believes that his time as a gospel musician hasn’t passed since he is still a blessing to people who listen to his music.
To him, people who still listen to his music find him relevant and are inspired by his music.
Speaking in an interview on Showbiz 927 on 3FM with MzGee, Noble Nketsiah explained: “I have done things those who are present have done before, and I have been a blessing to those in my time. My gift was not given to me to be a blessing to everybody; my time hasn’t passed for those that listen to my music in the time that I started.”
Using Joe Mettle as an example, he said the ‘Bo Noo Ni’ hitmaker is a blessing to people now and one can only give what they have been given and when their time passes, they leave it for those that will come to continue.
Delving into his 20-year music career, the gospel musician revealed that he has written and produced over 68 songs out of which 52 of them were released.
He currently has five albums to his credit.
When asked if there was a point he had to write songs for others, Noble Nketsiah answered in the affirmative.
He said he sometimes gives others the opportunity to write their own verses on features if they want to.
In the gospel music industry, the ‘Makoma Ahye Ma’ singer revealed that OJ is his only true friend in the ministry he can relate to.
By Doreen Abanema Abayaa