A Nigeria-Ghanaian female gospel musician, Queendalyn has disclosed why she stopped operating with famous gospel minister, Sonnie Badu.
Female gospel musician explains why she stopped working with fellow gospel musician Sonnie Badu
Queendalyn, a Nigerian singer who assimilated for Ghana because of marriage reminisced her days with Sonnie Badu in an interview with ZionFelix on the ‘Uncut’ show.
She disclosed that her work with the ‘Baba’ songwriter commenced in 2007 when they met at an occasion prepared by one of her friends, called Michael.
Queendalyn stated she agreed to work with Sonnie when he gave her a lift from the occasion.
According to her, her work with the distinguished gospel musician proceeded for about a year and seven months.
Queendalyn disclosed she stopped working with Sonnie Badu due to the fact she was studying at that time.
Apart from her education, she also mentioned her side activity which was making it tough to commit to her work with Sonnie Badu for an extended time.
Queendalyn said that the distinguished gospel musician was very passionate when they were working together.
Though Sonnie Badu was not vigorous at that time, Queendalyn was not surprised about the height he has attained now because she recalled he desired to invest everything he had into his music.
She additionally worked with top musicians like Tim Godfrey, Sammie Okposo, and Hillsong London.