Perez Musik: It's either my favourite song next or one featuring MOG Music
Gospel star Perez Musik, born Frank Tagoe, has revealed that he is likely to give fans a new song in April 2023.
Today, Wednesday, March 22, he was on No.1 FM, 105.3, when he was asked what was his favourite song in his repertoire.
"I've not released that song," he answered.
"I don't know how people will receive it but it is a personal favourite," he said.
He indicated that: "Hopefully, next month," the song will be out.
If not, it will be a collaboration he has with MOG Music, he said.
According to the singer-songwriter and record producer, he is torn between releasing the piece he considers a favourite or the song with MOG.
"I have a song with MOG," he disclosed. "I don't know if I should release that song before I release the one that I like. Or I should release the one that I like, before I release the one with MOG."
The reason he gave for the difficulty in deciding is: "The one with MOG too is also another beautiful song."
He was reluctant to agree with his host Apostle Bismark Owusu that the unreleased songs are better than the known ones.
"I can't say or predict that. It is God who will decide," he said.
The No.1 Live Worship programme host cited the Wedding at Cana where is it said Jesus turned water into wine prompting the Master of Ceremony to remark that the best wine was saved for last.
The 'Hewale Lala (Song of Strength)' hitmaker laughed: "I know right!"
"The Bible says: 'The glory of the latter house shall be greater than the former'," he said with a serious voice expressing his Christian faith for even bigger success than 'Blema Tseaa' and 'Hawale Lala' have achieved.
Listen to the song here:
Best Gospel Song, Best Male Vocal Performance, Best Gospel Artiste, Songwriter of the Year and Record of the Year are the categories within which Perez is competing at the 24th edition of the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMAs) on Saturday, May 13.
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