Counselor George Lutterodt has taken swipe at Ghanaian gospel musicians urging them to make their songs attractive by using inspiring lyrics.

He said some gospel musicians are just adding up to the numbers and are not relevant in the music industry.

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In an interview on Accra-based Joy FM, he named Cwesi Oteng and SP Kofi Sarpong and Nicholas Omane Acheampong as artistes who are not relevant in the industry.

He said "They are wasting their time. Cwesi Oteng is a copy cut...SP Kofi Sarpong and Nicholas Omane Acheampong are just adding to the number."

He stated that SP Kofi Sarpong is just adding to the number whiles Cwesi Oteng don't produce original songs saying he is a copy cut.

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He mentioned Kwabena Kwabena's song 'Bue kwan' as one of the most innovative gospel songs in Ghana adding that he should be rewarded for taking time and energy to produce something good in the music industry.

"Kwabena Kwabena’s song is one of the best gospel songs ever composed here in Ghana. I don’t know why he did not win Gospel Artiste of the Year in 2013. Those who are winning Gospel songs of this time don’t even have proper lyrical content," he added.

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