Prior to the emergence of ‘Herty Borngreat in our showbiz industry, it was uncommon to see gospel artistes join forces with various musicians who do different genres to make good music and tickle our eardrums.
But with the emergence of Herty Borngreat, ways of doing things in reference to gospel musicians in Ghana changed.
This is because Herty Borngreat since her emergence desired to feature secular artists on her songs. Y’all know that Herty Borngreat in 2013 featured Sarkodie on her “Bebrebe” song. The song was produced by Kaywa.
Herty Borngreat also featured Trigmatic on the “Kano sei aa” track. Since then, a whole lot of gospel artistes have worked with secular artistes in the country.
It’s at the back of this that Ruthy, a showbiz critic, has eulogized Herty Borngreat for being a pioneer of gospel artistes collaborating with secular musicians.