Canadian-based Ghanaian gospel musician Kwaku Gyasi, has stated that he will never collaborate with any secular artiste in his music career.
Answering a question on Happy FMâ€™s Showbiz Xtra with Doctar Cann, whether or not, if he would like to collaborate with secular artistes, he stated, â€œNo for that one I will not, but I am not saying it is a sin, however it is a personal decisionâ€.
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However, explaining why he would never collaborate with secular artistes, he detailed, â€œThis is because there are two ways and both has it aim, do you understand me? He quizzed.
â€œIf it is a collaborating with secular artistes, honestly speaking I will never do, and that is the truth,â€ he clarified.
Kwaku Gyasi, who currently resides in Canada, revealed to Happy FM that he will return to Ghana for a gospel show in August this year.
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He is one of the finest stage performers in the gospel fraternity.
In 200, the talented singer came out with his third album â€˜Ayeyi â€˜ which was an instant hit, and won him several award on the local terrain as well as the Ghana Music Award that year.