Born Collins Gyan Oppong, the “Singers Prayer” hitmaker makes a strong case that spreading the gospel could be done in diverse ways, hence his decision to concentrate on winning souls on the streets via gospel music.
“Spreading the gospel is the duty of every person who believes in the word of God. This can be done in whatever means available,” he said.
The song which was jointly produced by Cabum and Drunkain talks about the power behind the name of Jesus and encourages all believers on the need to mention the name of Jesus in all endeavours.
The song rides on the slogan “nyame nsa wo mu” and was inspired by instructions in the Book of Mark and Ecclesiastes which stresses: “Go into the entire world and preach the gospel to all creation…” and “…remember your Creator in the days of your youth, before the days of trouble come and the years approach when you will say, I find no pleasure in them”.
Although “Yesu din no” was released barely a month ago, its response rate on the grounds has been very encouraging due to its inspirational effect.