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Husbands should manage their “Gospel artiste” wives – Joyce Blessing advises

Former Zylofon Music signee, Joyce Blessing, has made it clear that she is and will forever be positive minded as a child of God. Hence, she doesn’t have time to make sorrowful songs when God has blessed her beyond measure. 

The ‘’I swerve’’ hitmaker was speaking with Dave hammer on Hello FM’s Entertainment Review Show on Saturday, March 9, where she stated that her journey in the gospel industry so far has been wonderful as she always put up powerful songs to glorify the lord despite the criticism which comes her way.

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She added that her husband ‘’Dave Joy’’ began the journey with her and she feels it is advisable, comfortable and very peaceful for female gospel artistes to be managed by their husbands if possible.

She however revealed that when it comes to business, her husband doesn’t treat her as his wife. And his reasons are simple; he doesn’t tolerate lazy behaviors towards the achievement of their goals and as such, they achieve their goals set as a team in the industry.

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Joyce Blessing ended by revealing that she won’t stop wearing trousers and sneakers because it’s most comfortable for her considering the way she works with a lot of energy on stage.

Watch Joyce Blessings interview with Dave Hammer below:

Credit: ghanaweb.com

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