Headline: Featuring a secular artiste is not a Sin. Joseph Matthew Speaks.

UK-Based Ghanaian Gospel Singer And Songwriter, Joseph Matthew Better Known As JM, Is Set To Collaborate With Some Secular Musicians On Some Of His Project As The Spirit Leads. 

Many Gospel Artistes Refrain From Featuring Secular Musicians Because They Are Perceived To Be Unbelievers Or Sinners. 

In 2007, JM Caught Attention and Was Featured In Amagazine after A Captivating Performance At Stratford Rex London. Sharing His Thoughts about His Career in an Inspired Interview with C.O Sly Host Of ‘Hot Rush Hour’ Drive Show On Accra-Based Hot93.9FM, Joseph Matthew, Who Was Asked Whether He Has Any Intentions Of Collaborating With A Secular Musician Revealed That: 

“Personally, I Don’t Have Any Qualms about That, In the Sense That I’m Singing Based On Motives And The End Point Is I’m Proclaiming Christ, if My Spirit Tells Me to Do It Why Not? I Have Always Wanted To Feature A Secular Musician,”JM Revealed. 

“Frantically Speaking, It Would Make Much Sense for A Gospel Musician to Feature Shatta Wale Or Stonebwoy than Feature Qweci Oteng, Or Dianna Hamilton …

The Bible Says We Should Go All Over The World To Propagate The Word, So As A Gospel Musician, I Don’t Have To Perform In The Churches Alone. I Need To Win Souls for Christ, So Between A Secular Musician Who Is Perceived To Be An Unbeliever And A Gospel Musician, Who Should I Feature? Obviously, It’s The Secular Musician In Order To Sway His or Her Fans to Become Believers.

”He Added Setting an Example, the “Nyame Ye” Hitmaker Cogitated that,”It’s Like A Gospel Artiste Performing In An Auditorium Where All Sorts Of Event Takes Place And Thinks it’s Lousy To Perform In The Night Club… 

How Do You Win Souls? Let’s Stop The Hypocrisy”. 

Joseph Matthew (JM) Who Is Also Known With The Hit Song “ Hallelujah” Is Due To Perform For The First Time in Ghana during this year’s yuletide season.