Blakk Rasta Goes Gospel

Ghanaian reggae musician, Blakk Rasta has released a gospel song titled ‘Holy Spirit Take Over’.

The new song follows claims that he has given his life to Christ.

Early October, Blakk reportedly revealed a prophecy about a near plane crash incident to happen in Ghana and asked Ghanaians to pray about it.

“I saw a Sunyani-bound domestic plane struggling to take off at the Accra airport resulting in a near crash. It finally takes off but landing in Sunyani is equally frightening. Nevertheless, it lands amidst fear and panic. No casualties! The pilot flying this particular plane is flying it for the very first time and his revealed name is Kotei. Is there any domestic airline with a pilot by that name? God reveals to redeem. Pray for Sunyani and for a generally safe, domestic flying from now till end of December. To Jah be the glory…” he reportedly wrote on Facebook.

Early Sunday morning he dropped the new gospel song in which he is exalting God and also professing his love for God.

“The new joint is here. Be the first to hear it. Feel free to share and celebrate the POWER of God…To Jah be the glory…!#Kuchoko,” he said when he shared the song.

source: Ghanareporter



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