With the insurgence of many Ghanaian hiplife artists converting into Christianity and switching their musical gears to propagating the good word of the Holy Bible, Ghanaian born musician Theophilus Tagoe known widely as Castro Destroyer or Underfire has stated he prays the Holy Spirit touches him to venture into that arena.Speaking in an interview with NY DJ on the Kapital Entertainment Unplugged Show, Castro who is currently out with the number one hit high life single in Ghana Odo Pa, Castro disclosed although he is affiliated with popular female Gospel music group Tagoe sisters, he is no rush to do gospel songs although he prays the Holy touches him anytime soon.
Answering a question as to why he would not follow her aunties’ footsteps, he disclosed saying;
I think that is what God gave them and I know as time goes on, I will join them by all means. That is what I am praying for. I already have a Gospel song I’m working on.
Touching on the working relations with Asamoah Gyan, Castro disclosed Asamoah Gyan was more like a brother and that made it so easy for them to churn hit tracks anytime they recorded together.
I wish you would be around us anytime we go to the studio, he understands me more than anyone since we grew together so that makes thing very easy for us.