Many around the globe expect to see, hear, feel and get motivated by almost all gospel songs. The mindset has been that, those in the gospel fraternity are represented by the Most High and as well needs to present their various selves, deeds, and whatever to such ideology on their stay on this earth.
Gospel Singer Ohemaa Mercy has attest to the fact that, she does and Champions all her songs to motivate society especially the youth.
Explaining further, the singer explained how she used her Aseda song to make positive impacts in society.
According to the songstress, during the time that the contemporary gospel song was released she set out to inspire the ‘ghetto youth’ to turn to Christ.
“One day I decided to go to those ungodly places to talk to the youth. I disguised myself and went to sit among them. You would not believe the testimonies I heard afterwards”,- Ohemaa Mercy told Coxbi on Zylofon FM’s Soul Winners Show.
Ohemaa Mercy joins in the popular belief that gospel music must be spirit-led and impactful. She has produced several hits: Wob3y3 K3se, F3f33f3, Bigger Than among others.