Christians should have money - Goddy Goddy
Christians do not have to be poor, according to deejay Reverend Goddy Goddy's latest promotional effort, 'Bring The Money Come'.
In the song, he portrays a message to the general population that being a child of God doesn't mean that you have to accept poverty.
"God wants us to prosper. He says I wish above all things that you prosper as your soul prospers. God wants us to be blessed and He wants us to have money," said Goddy Goddy.
The song was officially released late last year by the WAFIF (Worship and Faith International Fellowship church) on a dancehall rhythm called 'To God Be The Glory'. The rhythm features other gospel acts from the same church, including Bishop McLean, Spanner Banner and Mykal Malachi. An accompanying video medley was shot by Ariff Butler.
The song has been getting tremendous feedback from the gospel community so far and is a favourite with many street youths.
"The love that I have been getting from the gospel community has been tremendous. I used the song to minister to the youths especially, to let them know that there is a better life out there for them," said Goddy Goddy, who has been in the music business for over a decade and a half. "This has never been done before - a bishop and his wife and fellow members of the congregation doing a gospel medley on a dancehall rhythm. This is big. I want to thank all the members of the church who were a part of this project and helped to make it a reality."