Veteran hiplife artiste OD4 now a traditionalist

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Henry Agyei Gyamerah, well known in the entertainment industry as OD4, a popular dancehall performer from Ghana, claims he can now predict the future.

According to him, individuals come to him looking for spiritual advice, consultations, and pointers.

When asked about his talent, OD4 told Connect 97.1fm’s Yenko Fie presenter Nana Adwoa Arthhur that he’s had it ever since he was born. The spiritual calling, he said, was in direct opposition to his musical pursuits.

“I’ve had the spiritual calling before I released my first single. I thought I could ignore it, but the spirit kept pushing me. So, I finally had to accept my gift and use it to assist people who need spiritual help.”

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The “Darling” hitmaker explained he has a spiritual gift that gives him the power to consult divine powers or a higher source. He stated that he uses his gift to solve problems for individuals who consult him.

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“Additionally, he sells spiritual items like candles, incense, oil, books, pendants and spiritual necklaces.

“Let me tell you this, in physical life, if someone has a court case, the person will have to get a lawyer to defend them. That’s exactly what I do in the spiritual world,” he explained his role.

Asked if “his spirituality” will affect his music career, he responded, “The only difference in my music is the maturity. I now make music that impacts lives. Twerking when you’re dancing is not offensive in the eyes of God, so we will still twerk if we have to.”

The artist, now going by the name Mavluz, said he adopted the new moniker so that he could more easily promote himself both domestically and abroad.

He exhorted people to look on the bright side of life and avoid bringing misery to those around them.

Enjoy one of the old hits of OD4 from below:

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