Bishop Marvin Sapp Is Finding Out That SELLING The Gospel Message Of Christ Is Not As Profitable As Thought!
Reader in a bit of anger yesterday Bishop Marvin Sapp took to his Facebook page with the above comment. Gospel music as much as I love it doesn't have the draw of secular music for most people. Bishop Sapp is comparing apples to oranges here. I understand the gospel artist wants to be successful and rich, but the gospel artist needs to pick a master. And I think that may conflict gospel music consumers. If I go to see Al Green, I either want gospel Al or R&B Al. I don't want the mix.
Bishop Sapp, also talking about accepting the questionable lifestyles of some of these gospel artists
Somebody should tell the good bishop the idea that the world supports its own isn't new by any stretch of the imagination. It has always been and will always be. I am a huge supporter of Gospel Music, but the problem for me is that a lot of Gospel Music releases today are not worth buying. Enough with these shallow repetitive songs with no spiritual depth or inspiration from the Holy Spirit.