Ghanaian Gospel Singer, Obaapa Christy to Launch Her 11th Album in March

Ghanaian veteran gospel musician, Rev. Obaapa Christy, is set to release her 11th career album on March 17, at the International Central Gospel Church (ICGC) Holy Ghost Temple, Adenta – Frafraha.

Under the label of Francoba Management, the award-winning gospel artiste has six songs on this album titled ”W’agye Me” which translates in English as ”He has saved me”.

The ”W’sua me” hit single, which has gained massive airplay over the past few months is on the yet to be an album.

In an interview, Rev. Obaapa Christy revealed that, the song, eulogizes the good work of Almighty God in her life considering her background.

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“If I look at the place we are coming from, we just have to praise his name for bringing us this far and ask for continues blessing from God.

“I anticipate that my upcoming album will help touch lives and draw people closer to their creator,” she said.

The album which consists of both praises and worship contains six tracks which includes ”Amen”, ”W’agye Me”, ”I Am Coming Out”, ”W’ asue Me”, ”Aseda Nwom” and ”Ma Enye Yie”.


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