Multi-talented gospel artiste Tope Alabi who recently hosted her annual praise concert, ‘Praise The Almighty’, states the things she does to keep her marriage rocking. She says she apologizes first to her husband if there is any misunderstanding.
The ‘Yes and Amen’ composer and singer stated:
“Whenever there are issues, it is either I apologize first or my husband does. I apologize more than him because I don’t want little things to become huge. But if he realizes that he needs to apologize first, he doesn’t hesitate to do that. We don’t even sleep without settling our differences, and I am being honest about this. God called me to work for him and he has made me have a good home also. I cannot do anything by myself alone.”
She continued by saying:
“I work with my husband; so, it makes things easier for me. We are always together. When we need to be at home, I cook and he enjoys my cooking. No doubt, I am a very busy person and he is too.”
“I really want to have a music school where I can impart unto younger ones the gift God gave me. I know things will get better for the gospel music industry as God is not done with us.” She said.
Furthermore, she admits that singing in the local dialect has put a limitation on her songs. She said it is God’s gift for her and there is nothing she could do about it. She said:
“I want to gain more grounds for God. I have been trying to adjust because some people don’t understand Yoruba. Also, you know my Yoruba language is deep. But I cannot stop singing in my dialect because that is the gift God gave me. Most of my songs are subtitled for others to understand.”