Ghana is about to experience a Spirit filled gospel Music from a professional gospel new artist Kwaku Boakye on Sunday 30th August, 2015 through the major media across the country and beyond.
Kwaku looks forward to using his talent to draw a lot of people to Jesus and help them through their struggles and also promises to use his talent desirably to contribute to the promotion of the everlasting true gospel music and the development of the Ghanaian music industry.
‘Okronkron’ as the title of the new song is sung in the Twi language and it’s accompanied by urban harmonic structures to give its final soothing nature. Both industrial and educational experts have given their utmost approval to the release of the song to bless audience with the taste of Christian music.
The music speaks about the holiness of Jehovah and also as the fortress, protector and the rock of the singer. It was recorded and mixed by Ray Michael at the New Creation Studio in Darkuman, and it invited awesome instrumentalists in the city of Accra.
Excellent for the great work in putting this life changing song together that will bring people to Christ. Good job and keep it up – Dr. Mawuyram Adjahoe.
The music graduate and tutor of music is so pleased with what his creator is using him to do now and days to come. He is launching the single on Youtube instead of a physical church building because of his believe in technology as the strong medium to use to reach his audience. The song can be listened on his Youtube page here and on Sound Cloud here.
“I am so amazed by the works of Jehovah, His mercies and grace is more than enough in my life and I can say that he has blessed me with an awesome gift of writing, composing and singing abilities that go beyond what my imagination could hold”. He declared.
Kwaku has an absolute faith that ‘Okronkron’ and other subsequent tracks would have a greater impact in the Ghanaian gospel scene and also bless souls through worship and prayer.
For further information, contact Kwaku Boakye at (+233) 242115167/ 263142477.
Source: Kofi Boakye