Obaapa Christy Finally Responds To Recent 'Clash' With Stella Seal; She Makes More Revelations
The Gospel Music Industry is blessed to have many talented artists including the Legendary Stella Seal and Obaapa Christy. It is an undeniable fact that there can always be quarrels among good friends or superstars. However, the important thing to note is that peace supersedes war. Readers can recall how Obaapa Christy was in the news for celebrating her 20th anniversary in the music industry.
Most Ghanaians will remember me for being respectful and God-loving – Obaapa Christy
Ghanaian gospel performer, Obaapa Christy previously known as Christiana Love has said that a great many people will recall her for being deferential and God-cherishing. This comes after late analysis by veteran gospel performer, Stella Seal, that Obaapa Christy is discourteous and egotistical for not doing a reasonable level of effort prior to putting her image on a banner for an occasion.
Joyce Blessing urges musicians to get artistic names
Gospel minstrel, Joyce Blessing has called on her fellow musicians, particularly females to get a artistic name to represent them rather than their marital names. For her, getting the artistic name will avoid changing of names in case of divorce. Female artistes, especially those in the gospel fraternity usually use their real names. When married they add their husband's surname marital name to their brand name. In case of divorce they're forced to opt for name change. Stella Dugan rebrand to Stella Sea
Do you remember gospel singer Stella Seal? Checkout her current photos
Please stay updated on the Opera News application by clicking on the Follow button. Renowed gospel musician Stella Aba Seal was born to Mr. Theophilus Seal of British and Cameroonian parentage and Madam Violet Addo from Anum Bonsu, a Community in the Eastern Region of Ghana. Stella started her basic education at the Accra New Town 4 School in Accra New Town, a suburb of Accra and then proceeded to Kotobabi 2 Middle School also in Kotobabi a suburb of Accra. She furthered her education at Accra Polytechnic
There will be loads of surprises in heaven on judgement day – Stella Seal
Artist Stella Seal accepts that there will be shocks during the moment of retribution. There is the discernment that individuals of the common world are messy as a result of the things they are participated in. These alleged Christians judge individuals they consider as sinister and common. In any case, Stella Seal accepts that no individual can be decided by what is found in the physical.
See the full list of winners of the 2020 Ghana Music Awards USA
The 2020 Ghana Music Awards USA came on last night, October 10th in New Jersey, USA. And winners from various categories have been announced. The show saw performances from Fameye, Eno Barony, Nathaniel Pryce, Archipalago, Stella Seal and others and was hosted by Flipman. Sarkodie won the Artiste of the year, HipHop/Hiplife song of the year, and HipHop/Hiplife with Fameye winning the new artiste of the year. See the full list of winners of the 2020 Ghana Music Awards USA below: GOSPEL SONG OF THE YEAR: Diana
Sarkodie is the winner of Ghana Music Awards USA (GMA USA) 2020.
Michael Owusu Addo known as Guy Guy professionally as Sarkodie, is a Ghanaian rapper and entrepreneur from Tema. His contributions to the Ghanaian music industry have earned him numerous accolades, including the Vodafone Ghana Music Award for "Artiste of the Decade". He was won the Ghana Music Awards for this year. The maidan release of the Ghana Music Awards (GMA) USA was held yesterday in the Atlantic City, New Jersey, USA. The night was facilitated by Flipman and saw exhibitions from Keche, Fameye, Comedian
"I was crucified for doing Gospel Reggae in Ghana"- Mary Ghansah confesses.
Ghanaian favourite Gospel musician and a prolific song writer Mary Ghansah has revealed the challenges she encountered when she decided to do Gospel Reggae music some years back. In a conversation with Stella Seal and Bliss King on 'Xpressive show' on Thursday 12th September, 2020, she disclosed how she was crucified by a section of Christians in the country. The 'Oyame se ayeyi' hitmaker recalled these people said she was blacksliding for doing Gospel Reggae at that period. Mary Ghansah disclosed the negative