Joe Mettle Songs Lack Power, Bro Sammy Song Doesn’t Make Sense – Paa Boateng

Ghanaian gospel musician Paa Boateng has fired shots at fellow gospel musicians; Brother Sammy and Joe Mettle in an interview with Zion Flex.

During the interview, Paa Boateng talked about his journey so far as a gospel musician. He stated that his first album was released when he was 15 years old but professionally, he has been in the music business since the tender age of 7.

He also revealed how he used to play musical instruments, but realised he had a singing talent at the age of 12.

He further stated that his singing style was more western but his handlers changed his style because, it wasn’t marketable enough. He however wishes to venture into his own style of singing very soon.

He again talked about how he was a bad boy growing up, but was saved by the grace of God.

When asked if he listens to Brother Sammy and Joe Mettle’s music, he explained that he listens to some of their songs. He made a shocking statement where he called Brother Sammy’s songs ‘’nkwasiasem’’ which is the Akan word for nonsense.

He also descended on Joe Mettle saying that he doesn’t feel the presence of God in his worship songs, and would listen to Elder Mireku any day, instead of Joe Mettle

When asked if he would attend a shatta wale or a Joe mettle show, he boldly chose Shatta, and his reason is that Shatta Wale has Charisma. This indirectly implies that Joe Mettle doesn’t have Charisma

He said Ghana Gospel music is not performing the way it shown because the gospel artist are going out of line.

He mimicked Elder Mireku and Brother Sammy’s voice to prove his claims that he can sing in 5 different types of voices

Paa Boateng talked about his upcoming album dabbed ‘’revolution’’ stating that the album is for the streets and a revolutionised version of himself as a musician.

Richard Haruna

Richard Haruna

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