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Gospel Music Should Be Free — Zamorra insists

Afrobeats artist Abdulateef Oluwashina Adekunle, popularly known as Zamorra, has ignited a heated debate by boldly proclaiming that gospel music should be freely accessible to all, without commercialization by artists.

Taking to his Twitter platform, @Zamosings, Zamorra expressed his firm belief that gospel music, which draws inspiration from sacred scriptures, should not be monetized. His assertion has since garnered significant backlash and sparked discussions across social media platforms.

In his tweet, Zamorra emphasized the sanctity of gospel music, questioning the ethical implications of profiting from melodies rooted in religious teachings. Drawing on his own upbringing, he pointed out that hymn composers traditionally did not receive financial compensation for their contributions to church worship.

“COMMERCIALIZING Gospel music is a SCAM!!!! It’s the GOSPEL! it’s to be FREE!!!! It’s an awkward occupation, lol really, commercializing the good news cos you made dem into melodies? How many hymnal composers were invited to your church to perform Hymns while you were growing up 😂😂😂🐈‍⬛🔊,” Zamorra’s tweet reads.

The singer’s stance has elicited mixed reactions, with some echoing his sentiments and others challenging the practicality of his argument. While some agree that gospel music should prioritize spreading spiritual messages over financial gain, others argue that artists have the right to earn a living from their creative endeavors, regardless of the genre.

As discussions continue to unfold, Zamorra’s outspoken stance serves as a catalyst for reflection on the intersection of art, spirituality, and commerce within the realm of gospel music.

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