Ghanaian hiplife artiste Andy Nii Akrashie popularly known as OJ Blaq has resolved to stop doing secular music after suffering a near death experience a few months ago.
The artiste who was recently in the news for being hospitalised for kidney failure said although he is still recovering, he wants to jump back into the studio to record new music.
In an interview on 'Hitz High Table' show with Dr Pounds on Hitz fm, OJ revealed that he will only be doing gospel music from now onwards.
“I will however not record secular music again but Gospel. I am not saying secular artiste are not God's own but for what God has done for me I want to preach about God to people,” he said.
According to OJ who is still receiving treatment, he’s been speaking with some producers and will start to record any time soon though he’s not fully fit.
“I will go back to the studio soon, I have spoken to Richie and other producers. I am not fully fit but I still want to do music,” OJ added.
OJ Blaq became famous for his role in TV series Sun City and was later signed by Lynx Entertainment where he released hit tracks such as Chale Wote, Joley, Me Wo Mmaa and Target.