The Ghana gospel industry has witnessed and continues to see great talents. However, many gospel lovers have recently criticized the quality of work put out by the new crop of gospel singers.
Recently, some gospel musicians have been accused of consulting fetish priests and even voodoo magical powers in a bid to boost their music career.
While others have also resorted to aggressive marketing and branding for excessive profiteering; and failing to live by the morals they preach through their songs.
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YEN.com.gh has identified some top female Ghanaian gospel musicians who moved the nation with their voices in the 2000s but are now losing form with their talents.
This gospel singers had great impacts with their songs in the gospel industry and Ghanaians are now missing their voices on the airwaves.
1. Mama Esther
2. Diana Asamoah
3. Bernice Offei
4. Stella Dugan
5. Ama Boahemaa
6. Christiana Love
7. Esther Smith
8. Florence Obinim
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