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    Castro goes gospel

    by nydjlive.com
    posted Saturday, 09 November 2013 21:14| 0 Comments

    Theophilus Tagoe, aka Castro, one of Ghana’s seasoned hip-life artistes whose music has been fully embraced by music lovers both home and abroad has declared his willingness to do gospel songs but is waiting until he receives directions from God to serve as guidelines.

    Castro, who ruled the music scene with his hit track, ‘African Girls’ featuring Ghana’s soccer star Asamoah Gyan, aka Baby Jet some years back, told NY DJ on the Kapital Entertainment Unplugged Show that although he is affiliated with popular female Gospel music group Tagoe sisters, he will not rush to do gospel songs, but will wait for God’s anointing to touch him before.

    According to him, he will one day go gospel, adding “that is what I am praying for. I already have a Gospel song I’m working on.”


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