Kenyan gospel artists have been warned to be careful with the songs they are recording in the name of praising and worshipping God.
Gospel Artist Josee Blessed has come out to challenge fellow singers in the gospel industry to be careful with what they are releasing as gospel music.
Josee Blessed who hails from Migori County on Saturday appeared on KBC TV where he shared his opinion on the current gospel industry.
According to him, some of the gospel songs being recorded and released by fellow gospel artists are not serving the purpose and the will of God.
He wants gospel artists to remain ''gospel artists" in the songs they produce so that they can accomplish the will of God.
Josee Blessed is currently promoting his latest hit dubbed 'Nitetee', also revealed that gospel artists face many challenges in the industry, starting from struggling with the finance to pushing their music
"Challenges of being an artist are finances to produce audiovisual production and promoting content," Josee Blessed said.
He started music recording in 2016.
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