David Kwasi Antwi of Antwi Ne Antwi fame, is out with his first gospel song called Ohia Dam since becoming a born-again Christian.
The song was recorded a few weeks ago at Norsway Multimedia, Abeka Lapaz in Accra.
On Ohia Dam, Kwasi Antwi lashes at hungry pastors who go in for ‘juju’ to establish churches. He claims in the song that people no longer fear God and take Him for granted.
He advises so-called men of God who perform spiritual baths for women as part of Christian worship to stop those practices.
Speaking to Showbiz last week, Kwasi Antwi said he believes his song would make an impact on anyone who hears it.
“People know what I am capable of. I already have a track record as part of Antwi Ne Antwi and I believe I still have the knack,“ Kwasi Antwi says.
Antwi Ne Antwi brought music fans hits like Sekina, Congo Soldier and Uncle Ebo.
Kwasi admitted that it is not easy putting together lyrics for gospel songs.
“I could write about 15 secular songs in three days but it takes me a week or more to write just one gospel song,” he pointed out.
Now an evangelist, the man had been silent on the music scene since 2008 and is now putting finishing touches to an album expected out early next year.
He stated that one of the biggest challenges he faces as a gospel act now is the stereotyping meted out to secular musicians who turn to gospel.
Kwasi Antwi expressed gratitude to everyone who helped him come out with the Ohia Dam single.