Oseikrom Sikanii, a Ghanaian rapper and trap music musician, has attacked the lyrical substance of several Ghanaian gospel songs, calling their compositions subpar!
In contrast to individuals who enjoy rap and trap music, he claimed that local evangelical songs are simpler to write.
In a conversation with Quoo Fante in the Kessben TV studios, Oseikrom Sikanii claimed that gospel music lacks rhyme and bars, but rap and trap music have. This makes the composition of rap and trap music more challenging.
To refresh your memory, gospel music is a subgenre of Christian music that has its roots in African-American communities in the US.
Its uplifting and soulful melodies, dynamic vocal performances, and lyrics that profess praise, adoration, and confidence in God are what define it.
Themes from the Bible, individual testimony, and the gospel are highlighted in the lyrics of gospel music.