Top Caribbean musician says gospel music is growing ...

GEORGE TOWN, Cayman Islands -- Former reggae and dancehall star turned gospel musician Papa San believes gospel music is gaining in popularity in the Caribbean.

Speaking on local Cayman television before rocking the island of Grand Cayman last night, Papa San said people are on fire for gospel music in his native Jamaica, which is changing hundreds of thousands of lives despite the comparatively small number of gospel musicians in his country.

Papa San, who shared the stage with former NFL player turned evangelist Pastor Miles McPherson at Black Pearl Skate Park on Friday night, warned that fame and popularity do not bring peace. "In my earlier times, I was famous but still had the ghetto mentality - living and thinking the same way. Eventually I hit a brick wall because I thought fame and popularity could bring peace and satisfaction, but that only comes with a relationship with Jesus Christ."

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