Canadian-based Ghanaian gospel musician

Speaking in an interview on Happy FM, asked if he would like to collaborate with secular artistes.

“No for that one, I will not, but I am not saying it is a sin, however, it is a personal decision,” he said.

Explaining why he would never collaborate with secular artistes, he opined that, “This is because there are two ways and both has it aim, do you understand me? ,he quizzed.

“If it is a collaborating with secular artistes, honestly speaking I will never do, and that is the truth,” he added.

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Kwaku Gyasi, who currently resides in Canada, however, said he will return to Ghana for a gospel show in August this year.

He is one of the finest stage performers in the gospel fraternity.

In 200,  the talented singer came out with his third album ‘Ayeyi ‘ which was an instant hit and won him several awards on the local terrain as well as the Ghana Music Award that year.