Ghanaian fast rising artist, Kobby Salm
The popular urban gospel artiste, Kobby Salm in the latest interview he disclosed the heartbreaking moments he faced in his profession and confessed that he will continue contemporary gospel.
In an interview he disclosed, he was kept from performing in a school when the proprietress discovered that he ministers through gospel rap.
Read his words below:
‘Most recent two years [when] we were embarking on a visit; we went to one particular school which I wouldn’t have any desire to mention the name. The proprietress was so excited we were coming yet I think she didn’t know the kind of sort we were doing. Later my administration disclosed to her that I was a rapper and she was like, ‘rap? No, it is from the devil and I would prefer not to impart that to my children so we can’t permit you.’
Kobby Salm expressed that the rejection he endured was discouraging yet he settled never to quit.
‘I had begun at that point so it was a bit discouraging yet Charley, if you truly put your mind to something and you need to do it, paying little respect to what you going to experience you still need to stick to it.’
The rapper is as of now promoting a joint EP with individual urban gospel artiste Kingzkid, titled ‘Uncommon’. Kobby Salm and Kingzkid have three tunes on the EP including ‘Overdose’, ‘Affirmation’, and ‘Sing Your Praise’.
‘Uncommon’ is available on Spotify, iTunes, Deezer just as other music stages. Prior to this EP, Kobby Salm had discharged tunes, for example, ‘Personal Love’, ‘Hosanna’, ‘Wish I could sing’ and many more.
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