Like many other public figures, or celebrities who’ve been healed of any sickness, rapper OJ Blaq claims he is done recording secular music.
Blaq tells Hitz FM‘s Dr. Pounds, he wants to “preach about God to people.”
“…I will however not record secular music again but Gospel. I am not saying secular artistes are not God’s own but for what God has done for me I want to preach about God to people.”
The rapper suffered a kidney failure and was admitted at the Renal department of the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital for several weeks.
Even though he is still receiving treatment, the ‘Chale Wote’ act is looking forward to recording new music,“I will go back to the studio soon, I have spoken to Richie and other producers. I am not fully fit but I still want to do music.” he told Pounds during the interview.
The rapper, born Andy Nii Akrashie, gained mainstream attention for his 2009 street anthem ‘Chale Wote’ featuring Captain Planet and former label mate, Asem.
He was signed to Lynx Entertainment, and also featured in Popular Television series Sun Cityalongside Van Vicker, Ekow Smith-Asante and the late Suzzy Williams.