Piesie Esther, a gospel singer from Ghana, has said that she has no qualms about working with Shatta Wale, a dancehall artist, to spread the gospel via music.
The massive fanbase that Shatta Wale has, says the man behind the song “Ziba Beko,” makes it thrilling to work with him since his fans ultimately help preach the gospel and lead more people to Christ.
She said to Amansan Krakye, “If I don’t sing secular songs but invite Shatta Wale that we should sing about the message of God I don’t see anything wrong with it.”
Speaking on Cape Coast’s Kastle FM with Amansan Krakye, she said, “I have recognized that Shatta Wale has a lot of following and if I’m able to stand on his platform to preach about the word of God for many people to hear, there’s nothing wrong about that.”
“Because if Shatta Wale didn’t encourage me to make secular music, but I had rather done a church song with him to glorify God, then I definitely feel that it would be really thrilling,” she said.
“Because even if just one person accepts Christ and turns away from their sinful ways, there is great rejoicing in heaven, Piesie Esther said as her time on the Kastle Drive Show came to a close.