Gospel musician, Ohemaa Mercy will on Saturday, March 8, officially launch her latest record album titled, His Word, at the Trinity Baptist Church is opposite the University of Professional Studies (UPS) in Legon.
According to organisers, the show which starts at 4:00 pm, will be a time of “spiritual empowerment” for patrons as it will have on stage astute gospel singers including the Daughters of Glorious Jesus, the Tagoe Sisters and Mary Ghansah.
The new album which has 12 songs began receiving airplay last December and once again confirms the Adanfo papa singer as a force on the gospel music scene.
The album was produced by Morris D’Voice, Dan Bassey, Kwick Action, George Forest and Francis Osei.
On some of the songs on the new album, Ohemaa is heard collaborating with Shasha Marley, Cwesi Oteng, Osei ‘Seprewa’ Korankye and Morris D’Voice.
There is highlife, roots reggae, slow worship, contemporary club feel and traditional music styles in the songs that is so crafted to appeal to diverse music lovers.
“This new album brings out my creative nature perfectly. The producers and featured artistes brought on board also added their different musical styles that added spice to the album and gave it a different feel,” Ohemaa told Showbiz last Monday.
Ever since she burst onto the gospel music scene in 2004, Ohemaa’s distinctive character has been to encourage the depressed and down-trodden to keep trusting in God and she believes she is living up to that purpose with her new album.
“His Word is a testimony that the word of God has been a guide for Christians and to celebrate his abundant blessings. the dress code for the event is strictly white to depict our victorious lives” she said.
Ohemaa Mercy has five albums to her credit namely, Adanfo papa, Edin Jesus, Wobe ye Kese, Prophecy and her latest His Word.
“My last album before the current one, Prophecy, served as encouragement for a lot of people and I know that His Word will also serve the same purpose” Ohemaa says.
According to the Wobe ye kese singer who is signed onto Tema based Atlantic Productions Company, part of the proceeds from the sale of the album will go to support Ohemaa Foundation which she founded and the Prison Ministry.
Source: Graphic Showbiz
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