Founder of Dinayen TV and FOC international ministries, the world-renowned Apostle JP M Dinayen has recently been spotted with a few upcoming and established musicians, dancers, comedians, etc. in his recent travel to his home country Cameroon. It has been alleged that the “Gucci prophet” has come back home to help young aspiring artists to showcase their talent worldwide by opening a recording label in their home country. In an interview, the “Apostle of Power” said the main aim of the recording label is to assist talented and young musicians who are finding it difficult to record their music due to lack of resources and funds.
The Cleric Celebrity is even rumoured to be planning a nationwide talent search where prospective artists will be given a platform to compete and the top finalists will be awarded a recording deal and financial aid to launch their brands. This will be the first-ever nationwide talent search in Cameroon and many aspiring artists will be given a chance to finally pursue their dreams despite their backgrounds.
The cleric is reported to have been deeply moved to help out aspiring artists in Cameroon saying “I have seen a lot of talent in the country that needs to be heard and seen worldwide. Many artists in Cameroon have outstanding talents but they are not seen because of financial constraints. This is why I am opening the studio where they can have a platform that will assist them to move closer to their goals”.
Apostle JP M Dinayen has also made it known that he is open to working with local and international companies who would also like to be part of this work, as he is currently attending meetings with globally recognized companies in Cameroon to discuss sponsorship for the event.
The Prophet said he would also like to reach out to young musicians and even change their perspective on gospel music. He said most people fail to realize that gospel music is not as old and out of fashion as they may think, that in these modern times genres like Hip-Hop, Rap, RnB and reggae can be incorporated into gospel music.
He also emphasized that the recording company will not only record gospel artists but also those who are singing other genres, but only those who sing clean motivational music not music that supports hate speech or controversy.