Gospel musician Kofi Karikari says it took him eight years to record his latest album dubbed Lifted High because he claimed he suffered spiritual attacks.
Speaking in an interview on Daybreak Hitz with DJ Slim, the gospel musician said throughout the recording process, he experienced numerous technical and spiritual challenges.
He said this hindered the recording process hence contributing to the delay in the release of the 12-track album.
According to him, he classifies these challenges as attacks from the enemy against the release of this life-changing project.
“It took a while. By the grace of God, we have songs but we had technical challenges anytime we picked a recording and so it took us 8 years to release it.
“We recorded it several times and we had major technical issues. I think they were spiritual attacks.”
The ‘Yahweh’ hitmaker however believes that these challenges are normal in the lives of believers who are on the path to creating life-changing projects.
“They were times you even go to a production house and while you are recording the machines shut down. If you are a believer you would know that when you are embarking on some journeys you will encounter some attacks.”
He also hinted at doing more collaborations with local and international gospel musicians.
Kofi Karikari is positive that some of the songs on his new album will eventually become household songs worldwide.
He is credited for churning out songs like Yahweh, Meda W’ase, We Dey Praise, and many more.
The ‘Lifted High’ Album is an album of 12 songs that carry the anointing of God to impact lives all over the world and features artists like Adrian Sing.
The album can be found on all digital platforms.