Born Emmanuel Smith, a UK-based Ghanaian Gospel singer, and songwriter says he’s looking forward to collaborating with secular Ghanaian musicians.
He told Nana Yaa Tanoah Boakye of Metro TV at This Morning Display on Friday, February 12, 2021.
Emmanuel Smith made it to the ITV hit show The Voice in 2019 after bringing up remarkable results in the competition.
The young artist shared the stage with the likes of the Stellar Award-winning Jason Nelson, the US-based Todd Galberth, and other great personalities,
Emmanuel, who considers himself a proud mommy child, is currently living in Ghana, his home country.
When questioned the Gospel artist he will be embarking on a collaboration with, the ‘Too Fine’ composer said, “Honestly, I want to work with most of the gospel artistes like [the] Joe Mettles, MOGs,…”
Smith also said that he will grasp the chance to hire secular Ghanaian musicians for his compositions, emphasizing that he anticipates the features.
Singling out Sarkodie and Stonebwoy, the Lewisham-bred psalmist noted that his wish to sing songs with heavyweight Ghanaian music was focused on the premise that ‘I love how they do their things.’
“I’m going to collaborate with Sarkodie and all the boys, too, because I love how they do their things. It’s also Stonebwoy. All these people, like: I love music and it can create people,” said Emmanuel Smith.