Watching #GrooveParty 2014 and it breaks my heart to see some gospel musicians still sagging. Like seriously NO ONE and I repeat NO ONE wants to see your underwear or butt crack. There I said it. If your pants don’t fit you, buy a bigger size. If you want people to take you seriously and adhere to what you saying in your songs, please pull up your pants.
Also PLEASE sing songs with a MEANING, songs that will bring people closer to God, songs with a anointing, songs that will bring healing. Most of this songs are only to HYPE people, when the song is over the person is still the same sometimes even more distressed because he or she didn’t get what they hoped to get from the song.
Seriously and you call yourselves GOSPEL musicians, maybe you should do more research on what the GOSPEL is. You can fool some people but there are people whose eyes have been opened and I WILL LET MY VOICE BE HEARD for the sake if this who are not brave enough. Let what you say align with your actions or vice versa. Music is a ministry which should be taken seriously.
Today I’ll get on your nerves, many of you started well but along the way something happened. You either what to follow the hype trend or changed your focus to money. There are songs I listen to and within 30 seconds, I turn it off. Just a lot of blah blah, boom boom going on in their. Even if you try to incorporate the name of God in there it won’t hide the fact that you didn’t pray before you started working on that project. No wonder some djs don’t want to play some songs.
Get your acts together guys, both make and female gospel musicians. Someone once said, “the midst judgment will be towards musicians because God takes praise n worship seriously.” Don’t you remember that’s why Satan was thrown from heaven? You better start taking God’s work seriously ama utachapwa kiboko.
May the Lord open the eyes and ears of His people. May the Lord forgive us all.
those guys – i am always hard on them- if i find anyone of them sagging i first ask him to pull up his pants
Sagging might not be a problem to all. It depends with where you come from, how you view it and what you think of it. As in stop bossing gospel artists. Kwani what do you wear?