Gospel Striker, Perpetual Didier has said gospel music has become lucrative.
She believes gospel musicians can make an impact if they are able to package themselves well and allow God to be their guide.
The female musician says she has seen tremendous growth in career today as compared to when she started.
Speaking to Sokoohemaa on the Mid-morning show on Rainbow Radio 87.5fm said, ‘’Gospel music has worked for me. The bible says anyone who works in Lord’s vineyard will flourish and so I can confidently say I have seen total transformation in my life. I have transformed. There is blessing in doing God’s work. God will not abandon you if work for him and he has not disappointed me. I am grateful to God for his grace and mercies.’’
She recounted the financial difficulties she had to encounter as a musician but she kept the faith and relied on God and for her, God has paid her in a lot of ways for choosing to do his work.
‘’God through music has transformed my life. I can also smile today because of what he has done for me.’’
The latest ‘Suspect’ track which featured multiple award winning Obaapa Christy, has been tagged as a song meant to take a swipe at people but the musician disputed the claim justifying that, the song was inspired by the biblical life of Prophet Jeremiah and forces that rose against him.
The Gospel Striker said, she is grateful to God because her latest track has impacted lives and still making waves.
Perpetual Didier is looking forward to leave behind a lasting legacy in the gospel scene and help change lives and win souls for God’s kingdom through music.