It is interesting to know how concepts emerge when creative artists are making their songs that finally ends up on radio and platforms for the fans to enjoy.
Songwriting is a creative process and as such if one is not creative, he or she can’t make meaning from the art.
The inspiration behind songs differs from one artist to the other, thus as some take time to sit and pen down lyrics from an experience, some go about it from an imaginative perspective.
The only military officer who is rubbing shoulders with gospel greats in Ghana Kofi San has opened up on how he made his new gospel jam ‘Praise and Raise’.
The gospel mastermind in an interview with Franky 5 on Hitz FM’s “This is Gospel’ show exposed what inspired the song and how it came about.
According to the ‘Aleke Na wor’ hitmaker, his song “Praise and Raise” was a concept he had dreamt.
Surprisingly as this may sound, the gospel soldier sounded very frank with his comments narrating that ‘Praise and Raise’ was born in 2015 from a dream when he slept one day.
He added that as soon as he woke up, he took to his pen and book to write all that he dreamt of and believed it was a direct message from God.
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Kofi San an award winner at the National Gospel Music Awards 2018 told the host that ‘Praise and Raise’ is a song to glorify God and talk about his goodness and power.
‘Praise and Raise’ is a gospel reggae jam produced by Wazumbi Beatz and it is available on all online music stores across the world for downloads and streaming.
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Listen to the exclusive interview