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South African and Ghanaian gospel musicians form partnership to promote African music globally

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South Africa and Ghana’s growing partnership has extended beyond trade to the music industry. South African award-winning gospel songstress Putuma Tiso and Ghanaian gospel musician Carl Clottey have announced a collaboration to blend the music of the two countries and promote it beyond the continent.

The announcement was made during the 10th anniversary celebration of Calvary Worship and Praises Encounter in Accra. The event saw several guest artists, including Putuma Tiso, perform to celebrate God’s goodness in the ministry.

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In an interview with Myjoyonline.com, Putuma Tiso praised Carl Clottey as an amazing songwriter and a great worshipper. She expressed excitement at working with him and said that they will blend South African and Ghanaian music to create a unique sound that they will promote globally.

Carl Clottey, Founder of Carl Clottey’s Ministry, confirmed the partnership deal, saying, “She’ll definitely be back in Ghana and we also sing in South Africa, we will work it out, we have big plans.” He also expressed his excitement for the collaboration and said that the two musicians will help each other to push the gospel to the next level.

Putuma Tiso started her music career as an Afro-pop singer before she ceded to her divine calling. She was one of the lead vocalists for the late South African Jazz musician, Hugh Masekela. Minister Clottey, on the other hand, is known for his soulful and spirit-filled music and has released several albums.

The collaboration between Putuma Tiso and Carl Clottey represents a growing trend of African musicians partnering to promote African music globally. For the most part, such partnerships have been successful, with many African artists gaining international recognition.

In summary, the partnership between Putuma Tiso and Carl Clottey is a significant development in the African music industry, and we can expect to see more collaborations between African musicians in the future. Through such partnerships, African music can reach a broader audience, and African artists can gain more recognition on the global stage.

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