Popular radio presenter, Kwame OB Nartey shushed Mz Vee on his recent post.
The Vision FM radio presenter blast Mz Vee brutally after she claims that all the songs she has released can be termed as gospel songs because primarily, she talks about love. That her songs convey the message of love and affection for one another, hence, one does not need to mention the name of Jesus in his or her songs before those songs can be deemed as gospel songs.
Kwame OB Nartey took Mz Vee through impromptu tutorials about what Gospel songs mean, the clear nuanses between Gospel songs and love songs, and the messages that are supposed to be channeled through Gospel songs.
“Let’s just say you didn’t know Gospel music is a genre of Christian music. … Gospel music usually has dominant vocals (often with strong use of harmony) with Christian lyrics. Gospel is the teaching or revelation of Christ.” Said the radio presenter!
He went ahead to explain what love songs are:
“A love song is a song about romantic love, falling in love, heartbreak after a breakup, and the feelings that these experiences bring. Love music is not Gospel music, Gospel music is Christ Inspired, vetted, and approved by the Holy Spirit.
For you Ms. Vee I see your comment as ignorance so I got you some little definitions from a man-made dictionary, I don’t think you will understand spiritual things at this time. Just learn to stay in your lane, it saves you a lot. If you don’t know shut up!”