Terry G: I Became A ‘Gospel Singer’ To Win More Fans & Add Values To Their Lives

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Terry G: I Switch To Gospel Theme To Win More Fans & Add Values To Their Lives

In this chat with Timileyin Akinkahunsi and Ademola Olonilua, singer Terry G reveals that his son’s mother does not like his style of music.

Terry G added that his baby mama is his biggest critic.

On the motivation behind his latest gospel song, Chimo which means God, the self acclaimed Ginger master said:

“My baby mama is not the one that influenced the song, Chimo. The song is a positive vibe. It is different from the other songs that I have been doing and I decided to change my style because change is the only constant thing in life. You can’t keep eating rice every day, you would get tired of it. I am changing my style in order to win more fans and add more value to their lives. Chimo means God. It is a gospel song. I would release gospel songs but I do not think I would make a gospel album.”

5 thoughts on “Terry G: I Became A ‘Gospel Singer’ To Win More Fans & Add Values To Their Lives

  1. This is not a gospel song. It was inspired by crack cocaine. I can’t stand watching you in it.
    The only folks that will like this your kind of music are people like you.
    Stop smoking pot young man

  2. I am wondering what you mean by ‘adding value to their lives’ because I am still trying to jnderstand the values you have that you want to give.

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