Talented UK-based Ghanaian Gospel Artiste OB Saint has set the record straight in the Ghanaian gospel industry with his much anticipated album ‘My Worship My Prayer’. ‘My Worship My Prayer’ album comprises of 6 powerful songs.
The new album by OB, finds him breaking new ground with an exclusive style of music that organically integrates the essence of Ghanaian gospel melody.
OB Saint was to born to late Mr Alex Owusu and late AMA Akoto in Kwadaso – Kumasi and raised and baptized in the Church of Pentecost, Mckeown Temple; Kwadaso-Kumasi.
His passion for music started at a tender age when he was in the Sunday school; he further developed his singing gift at Osei Tutu Senior High School.
He eventually went on to join few singing groups which sharpened the God given Gift at the University of Cape Coast.
With his undeniable ability to minister, the Vibrant Gospel artiste chronicled his reason for choosing gospel: “It’s not that I have any choice. It’s a calling. If you’re called and ordained to do something you just have to obey God. It’s like when I was in the British Army for 6 years; you’re called to serve the queen and country. When you’re called u stop whatever you doing and obey command,” he told GospelEmpireGh.Com in an interview.
When asked by GospelEmpireGh.Com about his thoughts on current Ghanaian Gospel industry, the incredibly gifted singer said: “I wish I had been in the industry for long to speak about this. However as a fan I think I have the voice to speak about it. If we’re to compare Ghana music especially our Gospel music to our counterparts, you can say Ghana Gospel is on the down low. I know someone will debate me on this. I think our Ghanaian Gospel musicians are scared to take risk and change style of music. So they will rather play it safe and copy a particular trend which is in the system. This has made our music so monotonous. Please this is my view lol.”
In 2018 OB Saint won the Best Male Gospel Act category at the DBE MUSIC AWARDS.
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