Award-winning gospel minister Joe Mettle has made it clear that he has no intention of collaborating with any secular artist at the moment. The renowned singer-songwriter, known for his numerous hits and impressive vocal range, expressed his stance during a recent interview on Kumasi-based radio station Luv FM.
Despite receiving requests from fans and industry colleagues urging him to consider collaborations with secular artists, Joe Mettle firmly stated that he has no plans to do so in the foreseeable future. When asked about the possibility of such collaborations, he responded with a definitive, “I don’t have plans like, at all.”
Joe Mettle’s unwavering commitment to gospel music has been evident throughout his career, earning him numerous accolades, including the prestigious VGMA Artiste of the Year in 2017. He has consistently used his platform to spread the message of faith and inspire listeners through his heartfelt performances.
Recently, Joe Mettle organized the 11th edition of his highly anticipated annual concert, “Praise Reloaded,” held in Kumasi at Calvary Charismatic Centre (CCC). The event showcased his talent and passion for gospel music, featuring captivating performances from acclaimed artists such as Prospa Ochimana from Nigeria, as well as Ghanaian talents Efe Grace and Piesie Esther.
While Joe Mettle’s decision not to collaborate with secular artists may disappoint some fans who yearn for fusion and diverse musical experiences, his dedication to maintaining the purity and integrity of his gospel music ministry remains unwavering. The artist’s refusal to compromise his beliefs and principles demonstrates his commitment to spreading a message of faith and inspiration through his music.
As an influential figure in the gospel music industry, Joe Mettle’s decision will likely spark conversations about the boundaries and possibilities of collaborations between gospel and secular artists. However, for now, fans can continue to enjoy Joe Mettle’s powerful and soul-stirring music as he stays true to his calling and leaves an indelible mark on the gospel music landscape.