Gospel acts collab on ‘God Do It’
Gospel recording artiste Godson Four Corners has teamed up with Minister Treasure to send out an inspiring message on a new track, ' God Do It', which was officially released on April 14, and produced by Steele Plate Records.
"The message is extremely important as through the message, God speaks in detail. That's where people will find things they can relate to, and also what God says through the word about different things. Words are powerful! Words affect change both positively and negatively, based on how they are used. The message in my music is positive and uplifting," Godson Four Corners explained.
Collaborating for the first time, the connection between both artistes made for a seamless duet. Directed by Bloozick Filmworks, the accompanying music video has already amassed thousands of views since its release.
"My hope for this song is that it will reach the four corners of the earth, and that people will understand and be encouraged that God can do anything. No matter the magnitude of the dream or the depth of the situation, God is more than able," said Godson Four Corner.
Minister Treasure added, "I hope that everyone can relate to the blessings of the Lord in our day-to-day lives of what God has done for us."
Godson Four Corners has been on his professional music journey for 13 years, with his writing going as far back as 2003. His previously released tracks include I Need A Word, God Man and Toaster.
"My music is always inspired by God, personal experiences, the experiences of others, and the Word," the artiste revealed.
Minister Treasure has been on his musical path since 2008, honing a talent he originally discovered in high school. While the journey has had its challenges, the artiste is still certain that his trust and faith will carry him through. His discography includes tracks such as Praise Him, Hallelujah and Save Mi.
"I just need more support when it comes to gospel music. Many times, we've been overlooked. But we're working hard without support, and we made sacrifices to reach out to our listeners, witness to our school community, and want to leave a legacy for the next generations to come," Minister Treasure said.