Unlike their secular counterparts, Gospel artists rarely talk about flamboyant lifestyles in music. However, Gospel musician Scrafoc has changed the narrative following the release of “Folo Me” single.
Inspired by Psalms 26:6 which says, “Surely goodness and mercy shall follow me all the days of my life, and I shall dwell in the house of the Lord forever”, “Folo Me” glorifys Christians flashy life in God.
“The song is a declaration and a prophecy to all listeners to remind and encourage them that there are good things in life that God has prepared for them. It is to make people realize the goodness of God and not to be discouraged in their daily lives,” Scrafoc said in an interview.
no images were foundHe added, “The song mentions things like Ferrari, Lamborghini and Bentley as part of the blessings of luxurious life that God has for his children. Further, the song talks about clothes like Versace and Gucci to remind listeners that God will ensure that he provides clothes for them.”
Scrafoc stressed that the song is a reminder for people to trust in God for extra ordinary miracles and blessings .
“If it has not yet happened today, surely some day it will happen,” he added.
“Folo Me” was produced by South African based Dj Megi and it is taken from Scrafoc’s yet to be released album in 2020.
“I have a lot of plans to push my music in 2020. There will be more songs being released throughout the year and it will be hit after hit going hand in hand with powerful music videos.
“I’m looking forward to working with as many artists from all around the world in several collaborations. There will be more performances of my music touring in different countries,” he revealed.
Scrafoc started music 2009 and has two albums to his credit.
“That time, I started with recording myself at home using a radio, rap freestyling and writing poems which later became music. Then later I moved to South Africa where I recorded my first studio song in the year 2013. From my first recording I have recorded two albums here in South Africa and including this third album that will release before the end of the year 2020.
“To me, Gospel music is more of a ministry than just singing for fun. I believe that music it’s a special calling that God gave and He trusted me with all these talents so that I use to preach His word to people,” he explained.