Born Emmanuel Smith, UK-based Ghanaian Gospel musician and songwriter says he is anticipating for collaborations with Ghanaian secular musicians.
He told Metro TV’s Nana Yaa Tanoah Boakye on the This Morning show on Friday, 12 February, 2021.
Emmanuel Smith made it to the semis in ITV hit show The Voice in 2019 after putting up remarkable performances throughout the competition.
The young artiste has shared stage with the likes of Stellar Award-winning Jason Nelson, US-based Todd Galberth and other great personalities,
Emmanuel, who calls himself a proud mummy’s boy is currently in Ghana, his home country.
When asked which Gospel artiste he will embark on a project with, the ‘So Good’ composer said, “Honestly, I want to work with most of the gospel artistes like [the] Joe Mettles, MOGs,…”
Smith further mentioned that he will grab the opportunity to recruit Ghanaian secular musicians for his songs, stressing he anticipates for the features.
Singling out Sarkodie and Stonebwoy, the Lewisham-bred psalmist noted that his wish of churning out songs with the Ghanaian music heavyweights is hinged on grounds that ‘I love how they do their stuff”
“…I will also do work with Sarkodie and all the guys because I love how they do their stuff. Even Stonebwoy. All of these people, like: I love music and it can build people,” Emmanuel Smith opined.
By: Bernard Ralph Adams