Journalist and gospel artiste, Paul Dada, has advised up and coming gospel artistes to be sure of what they are doing so they don’t stray into doing secular music.
He said this while speaking as a guest on Lagos Traffic Radio 96.1 FM on Sunday.
Dada who recently released two new songs which are part of the tracks of a coming album, spoke of the challenges with gospel music and the misconceptions about the genre.
He said not every song in which God is mentioned is gospel but that a gospel song will have impact on lives.
He also answered questions on the preference of audiences for danceable music over gospel tracks.
Dada said it was wrong to assume that all gospel songs have to be slow He said gospel songs can also be danced to though they can also be solemn.
Dada hinted that there could be more in store for his listeners this year even after his album is released.