Gospel Artist Noble Nketia has debunked romors that his music career is over, insisting the best is yet to come from him.
The ace and humble musician who has been missing in action for years in an exclusive interview with Nana Hemaa on Abusua Mmre3 on Abusua 96.5 FM indicated the fact that he has been silent for some time now doesn’t mean he has quit music.
According to Noble, his new album which has great and inspiring tunes which his numerous fans would love every piece of it is ready and will be released in February 2018.
Quizzed what has kept him off for years in the music cycle disclosed he has been busy with some Humanitarian project dubbed ”Help the street kids”.
He also responded to Ebony’s admiration for him saying ”I feel good about it since everybody has someone he or she admires in life. I used to admire other musicians in the industry and I feel she [Ebony] is also doing a good job maybe there could be a possible collaboration someday with her if the need arises”.
Though Noble Nketia says the Ghana Gospel industry is doing well he believes there is more room for improvement if musicians in the industry would seek for God’s guidance before releasing their songs.
Noble Nketia in remembered for his hit songs notably Se me teasi yi, Aman mo mmra m3 tie and others.