Ghanaian gospel artiste, Joyce Blessing, has disclosed that the current Ghana gospel music industry is bedeviled with too much voodoo powers compared to previous years as she opened up about the suffering she has to endure to promote her music.
Speaking in an interview on Showbiz Agenda, Joyce Blessing revealed, there were times when she had no money to promote her songs and hence had to resort to working on people’s gardens to be able to get some money to go to the studio to record songs.
“I had to weed people’s farm to get money to go the studio.” This was when she also added that; “Most of my colleagues are fighting me spiritually and it hasn’t been easy for me”. she said.
The “Unbreakable” singer during the interview was asked if there’s ‘juju’ in the gospel music industry with reference to her lyrics in a song where she sang about ‘every black magic must remain indoors’, and she replied that “I won’t say there’s no juju in it”.
Joyce added that someone has even taken her CDs to a shrine before and I have been sent a screenshot of it and that even made headlines.
According to Joyce Blessing, she was even advised to follow up on the issue in the same spirit as well but she ignored it and rather prayed about.
Joyce Blessing who has parted ways with her husband and former manager Dave Joy also revealed how the divorce has effected her music career and its related challenges.
After the separation, Joyce disclosed how her ex husband logged her out of all her former social media accounts which has forced her to create new ones.
She is currently promoting her latest single Y’3ndanase