Frank Roi a fast-rising gospel artist drops a new music video, interviewed with hotsteppers.com.ng
Frank Godwin, popularly know as Frank-Roi had an interview section with hotsteppers tv blog on Friday last week, shortly after he released his brand new single hit.
He talked about a lot of things, ranging from his Inspiration, Previous work, experience, challenges, new and upcoming project and so much more.
The Gospel artist who claimed that God was his inspiration, and source of motivation said he has been on the field from 2002, making it exactly 18 years since he picked up an interest for gospel music.
His new work is titled “Love of God” from an album he calls Unveil.
Meanwhile, you could check out the new release below:
Frank already gave his fans something to chill with on YouTube, being his first official video, he had to upload it there for the world to see.
Watch also: Frank Roi “I sing” 🔥🔥💥
However, the talented artist has made it clear that his journey has not been an easy one. we quote:
“All thanks are to the Lord Almighty, for His grace and blessings since I started this career. The ride hasn’t been an easy one though, but trust me when I say God’s got my back, He is my no. 1 fan and supporter…”
He said the only challenge his got so far is finance to push his projects further:
“In as much as I’ve done my best, I still need financial support to catapult me to the next phase in this Journey…”
His next album may be released next year, due to the pressure from his fans who are looking forward to more great hit:
“The support from my fans is impressive, in fact, I must confess it’s commendable. In fact, for this reason, I’ve decided to drop my new work sooner than expected, Probably by March next year we should have something for our esteemed fans to listen to…”
He dropped some motivational tips for his fellow upcoming artist:
“It was not so good when I dropped my first album ‘A turning point’. Yet, I kept the faith. If you are doing music because of its fame or money, then, sooner than later you’ll definitely give up. Not because you are not good, but because music requires more devotion and commitment than stage shows…”