Gospel Music Twin Duet, Tagoe Sisters, has advised musicians especially young artists to learn more about music to make their songs competitive internationally and eliminate the monotony of doing songs in Ghana.
The duet said this at a musical concert organised by the Ascension Congregation of the Presbyterian Church in Accra dubbed Wunderbar, an annual concert channeled to bring youths in worship and explore their talent.
“We gospel musicians don’t learn, rather we turn to make one genre of music and a common song in different styles but that shouldn’t be the case. We need to acquire more skills to channel our message through music,” they said.
She further advised that a lot of skills should be taken into writing. This will eradicate the usual way of making music to show how versatile you are since “music is a unique art to help communicate the truth of the God’s word and can’t be overlooked.”
Asked what keeps them together, the duet explained the tool for staying together as musicians is continuous understanding and appreciating each other’s view.
Comparing gospel musicians to pastors, one jokingly said “When we go to heaven, gospel musicians will be hailed on top while preachers are left out because we preach through melody and that is what makes God.”
The Tagoe Sisters are yet to launch their latest album tittle Adonai, soon within the year and inviting their fans and music lovers to “be ready for one of the best album in Ghana.”