Doing Gospel Music In Ghana Does Not Pay – Sonnie Badu

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Sonnie Badu, a well-known gospel musician, has stated that gospel music does not pay well in Ghana.

During an interview with Bola Ray on Starr Chat, Dr. Badu argued that doing gospel in Nigeria is more profitable than doing gospel in Ghana.

He believes that this is one of the main causes of the lack of gospel music by most secular artists.

“It is not their fault not to do gospel music, there is no money in gospel music. They don’t get anything, they are not treated well.

Sonnie Badu

Sonnie Badu indicated that all musicians and instrumentalists on his shows are paid.

“So this work of God there is logistics for free but logistically there is a price to pay. I pay every musician on my show, everybody has an invoice. Every instrumentalist will be compensated.

“If you don’t have the balls you can’t do it, you can’t, don’t try it. And if you want to do me a favor in return for a favor I understand it. But nothing is for free in this world.”

He urged aspiring gospel musicians to be resilient, emphasizing that success in the field necessitates dedication and tenacity.


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