Being A Gospel Artiste Won’t Take You To Heaven – Born Again Chemphe

Born Again R&B artiste, Henry Agyekum popularly known as Chemphe, who is now a man of God, has announced his switch from the secular world to the ‘Hamilton world’ – GOSPEL.

Chemphe joins a number of secular artistes including Lord kenya and Yaw Siki, who have switched to Gospel music and preaching the word of God.

Wondering what his reason may be, the born again artiste who lost his mum when he was about to release his second single stated that the reason for his switch is far from making it to heaven as others perceive.

In his view, doing just gospel music, or being a gospel musician does not guarantee your entry to the kingdom of God.

In a telephone interview with Graphic Showbiz, he said it shouldn’t be a wonder to people that he was doing Gospel music since even his R&B songs had “messages about the character of Christ”.  

Nothing changed or has changed about my music. I’ve always been a Christian artiste because not everyone who mentions the name of God is elected for heaven.

When you check my old songs, they had messages of the character of Christ and so not mentioning God in my songs didn’t make it secular. Besides, there’s so much to be explained on what Gospel music is,

he stated. 
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