Gospel artiste, Joyce Blessing is celebrating the success of her latest song, “Victory,” even though she’s disheartened by criticism from some members of the gospel music community.
This criticism stems from the fact that the song was written by Kuami Eugene, a secular artist. Critics argue that Kuami Eugene lacks the spiritual discernment to write a gospel song.
In response, Joyce Blessing strongly disagrees with this judgment and emphasizes that such discrimination against secular musicians leads to division and disunity within the music community.
She points out that God is the creator of all talents and believes that no one should be denied the opportunity to use their gifts for good.
Joyce Blessing poses a thought-provoking question to her critics, asking if they exclusively support products made by Christians, such as vehicles, and whether they know the religious backgrounds of the people who manufacture those items.
Joyce Blessing’s stance underscores the idea that music and creative expression should be inclusive and not limited by the religious background of the artist.
It’s a call for unity and a reminder that talent and inspiration can come from various sources.
“I don’t want to pay attention to such criticism because it only breeds division in the music industry.”
“We are all colleagues, friends, and family and we should tolerate each other’s differences.” She added.