Gospel artiste, Joyce Blessing has asked the organisers of what she describes as “family and friends awards music schemes” to desist from using her brand to promote their awards if they will not put her songs in the categories they deserve.
In a conversation with Nana Kwame Gyan on NO.1 105.3FM, the ‘I Swerve’ hitmaker mentioned that she has worked really hard in the year under review.
She added that, therefore, finds it disrespectful to her brand if the organisers of the award schemes cannot place her in categories she is deserving of but rather add her to a few categories to promote their awards.
According to the controversial songstress, most music award schemes in the country are not credible noted that organisers of such schemes use her brand to promote their awards while robbing her innocent fans of their money by asking them to vote for her.
She, however, sent out a word of caution to the organisers of such schemes to put a stop to it if they will not put her music under the deserved categories.
Joyce Blessing is a multiple award winning African gospel musician.
Joyce Blessing had always had an endearment for music and hence started singing in the church at an early age of 14 and also made sure she never missed musical concerts held at her vicinity when she was young even when her mother tried to prevent her from attending these functions.
Blessing has arguably disabused the stigmatized notion that gospel musicians are inactive on stage. She sharpened her live performance artistry when she was part of the “See Them Band” group in Kumasi. She was the youngest among them. She played for five years in addition to being a backing vocalist for the likes of Evangelist Diana Asamoah, Jewel Ackah, Mary Ghansah, Ernest Opoku Jnr, Aseibu Amanfi and other musicians in Ghana.
Source: Ryvanz Mia Online/Bernard Ralph Adams/ Ghana