Ghanaian gospel musician, Rose Adjei says she isn’t bothered by the successes chalked by her colleague musicians.
In a time where the lifestyle of most gospel musicians, especially as seen on social media, coupled with their paid for performances and high quality music videos suggests affluence, Rose remains unperturbed.
Sitting on the entertainment segment of Tv3’s “New Day” with MzGee, the “Nyame ye” singer revealed she would have quit doing music to pursue a different thing if the seemingly successes of her colleagues were a worry to her.
She believes they started from somewhere and in the right time are enjoying the fruits of their labour and won’t force herself to be where they are when it’s not her time.
“…it’s not discouraging [seeing my colleagues successful] and I would have left music to do something else if it were. I believe God works in times and seasons and everybody and his or her own time. I can’t force myself if someone is all over the place and enjoying success.”
“They started from somewhere and have gotten to where they are so if I will wait patiently on God and just follow His footsteps, I believe He will take me there at the right time.”
Rose Adjei is known for songs such as “Nyame ye (God is good), “Wahwe meso (He’s protected me)” among other songs. She is currently out with a gospel ballad entitled “Na God” which is available on all digital platforms with an accompanied video on YouTube. She has worked with big names in the gospel industry such as Piesie Esther and Omane Acheampong.