Award Winning Gospel Sammy Baah Advises Youth Over Christmas
Deacon Sammy Baah, a 2017 National Gospel Music Awards winner has advised the youth to desist from immoral and unlawful acts they engage themselves in on festive seasons.
He appealed to the youth in an interview with the Ghana News Agency that they desist from acts including; promiscuous lifestyles, drunkenness, late and unnecessary outing.
Deacon Baah who won an award with his track titled “Wone mahooden”, released his first album “Nahu mobro” in 2011 with 22 tracks; , followed by the award winning track and other 17 songs as Volume two; and then “Akasima” as Volume three with 15 tracks.
He was nominated for “Best Male Worship Song of the year and Best Worship Song of the year” and won the latter.
The Artiste disclosed that his fourth and fifth volumes which would have 15 tracks each would be released soon.
Responding to whether he expected to win an award, he said: “we knew what God was about doing because we never picked any forms but it was by his grace and favour”.
Deacon Baah noted that he believes the song won an award because of the support and votes from people who had gotten testimonies when they listened to his tracks noting that he had tracks with a number of gospel artistes including; Opiesie Esther, Grace Ashy, and Ernest Acheampong.
He urged the general public not to wait till 31st December before they go to thank God, adding that the rest of his life would be used to spread the gospel to the whole world through worship songs.
This year’s National Gospel Music Awards had 30 categories including; Female Worship Song of the year, Best Praise Song of the year, Best Gospel Song of the year, Best Contemporary Gospel Album, Best Traditional song and was judged by a board of Jury after public nominations.