Joy Ezeh, the fast-rising Nigerian singer better known as Endless Joy, says there is nothing wrong with gospel artistes charging fees for their concerts.


In a recent interview, Endless Joy said gospel singers can charge fees for their concerts as long as making money isn’t their primary focus.

“There is nothing wrong with gospel artistes charging for their concerts. This is their God-given talent. It is not wrong if you package your talent and make sure you use it to praise God,” the US-based gospel singer who doubles as a content creator and motivational speaker said.

“This will also make you able to meet your needs and become responsible for yourself. On the flip side, money should not take the front sit in your service to God. It shouldn’t be your primary objective.


“Nigerian gospel artistes now get global recognition though it was not like that in the past. A lot has changed and we are thankful to God for what he is doing through us. We are no longer where we used to be”.

Sharing her thoughts on the growth of the Nigerian music industry, the Imo-born artiste said: “The Nigerian music industry is dynamic and evolving.

“It is becoming the rave of the moment across many climes be it gospel and secular. However, there is still work that has to be done on the sides of management, more funding, and intellectual property”.


On what inspires her songs, Endless Joy said:” If you have listened to my songs, you will realize that I am not singing for fun or entertain, It is to praise and worship.

“It is a choice. It is from within. I am praising and worshipping God. The joy is that I am gifted with such a voice. It is a debt I owe to God and as such, my inspiration is simply from God”.

Endless Joy is known for her hit songs like ‘Achiwalam’, ‘Chizaramekpere’, and ‘Uncountable’.


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