Overflow Incorporated Global set to release ‘BOSSU’ Thursday, July 18

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Overflow Global also known as Overflow Incorporated, Ghana’s leading contemporary musical group, is poised for another song release dubbed “BOSSU” Thursday, July 18, 2019.

Debuting their very first single was the Acappella “Enuonyam” which thrilled the minds of many. Not too long after, “Majie Oyi” a contemporary worship medley, trended across the country; consequently turned into a worship tune for churches and worship leaders across the country. Topping up with the latest single was “BRA”, a music piece that literally means “Come”.

For the EP record, OverflowIncglobal, a much wider umbrella of Overflow Inc comprising all branches from across the country; Belgium, UK and Cannada, is set to release another single called “BOSSU “.

“BOSSU” is a ghetto slang, which generally means “boss”. It is a title given to anyone who expresses the highest authority and dominance over a domain. Overflowglobal hereby addresses God as “BOSSU” to insinuate that God is God over all.

The afrobeat music piece mixes different genres into one masterpiece. It displays an unpredictable Overflow Inc character signature and a very high-class quality music production.

This single seeks to reach out to everyone especially the exuberant generation; YOUTH. To all dancers, Afrobeat lovers, gangsters, the “yo! Yo!s, the ghetto “niggas”, the funk freaks, and all music lovers, get ready for your latest jam for the moment!

Commenting on the music, 2017 Gospel Artiste of the Year, Joe Mettle said: “It’s working ‘koraa’”.

Official Enkay also added his voice, congratulating the group for an awesome job done on ‘BOSSU’. He said: “Awww Congratulations in advance. Can’t wait to hear it. As soon as it comes out I will spread and share about it”.

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Akesse Brempong To Assemble Thousands At Achimota Retail Centre for Agape Carnival 2019

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For the 5th time running, Ghana’s versatile gospel act, Akesse Brempong, would be gathering thousands at the Achimota Retail Centre on Saturday, the 27th of July for yet another edition of Accra’s biggest outdoor gospel music festival, Agape Carnival.

After packing up the West Hills Mall for two consecutive editions in 2015 and 2016, thrilling music lovers in the Garden City inside the Kumasi City Mall in 2017 and bringing it down to Jamestown British-Accra last year, the Gospel Reggae Kingpin would once again shake up the very foundation’s of the Achimota Retail Centre with support from the Tribe of Judah.

Gracing the stages of Agape Carnival this year would be the Oil City’s very own, Kofi Duah Anto -KODA, sensational minstrel, Efe Grace, Urban Gospel icon, Kingzkid, and the ever-energetic praise machine, Paolo alongside several amazing side attractions and surprise deliveries.

As it has been always, the entire package and experience would be dished out for free on the forecourt of the Achimota Retail Centre at exactly 5pm.

The event is powered by the Akesse Brempong Ministeries and supported by Upswing Music, Genet Services, God’s Family Music Ministries, DDP, iSee Works and Ghud Music.

Please Note: This is not your usual religious church concert. It’s a gathering of radical Jesus fanatics hungry to touch the heavens with their praise and worship for an evident change on earth and in their lives. Come as you are. See you there!


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I’m not barren – Gospel musician Mary speaks after 3 years of marriage

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Ghanaian gospel musician, Mary Agyemmang is not worried about not bringing forth a child after three (3) years of marriage.

Speaking with Zion Felix on the ‘Uncut Show’, Mary, who is promoting her latest song ‘Medea Ne Wo’ said not having a child at the moment is the least of her problems.

She stated that she would have cried if it is human who gifts a baby but here is the case it lies in the power of God…so there is no need for her to worry.

The gospel musician cited the distance between her and the husband as a contributing factor and they are not worried about a child not coming their way.

According to her, they haven’t planned towards it for now.

She was hopeful that a child will come their way at the right time.

Mary Agyemang added that she is not barren and she is young, so it is important for her to enjoy life.

She believes she can be more than 100 years with good health, wealth and many blessings so having no child for now is not part of their problems.



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Yaw Sarpong and Sarkodie finally hit studio to record a song


Legendary gospel musician, Yaw Sarpong has revealed that he has finally recorded a song with Sarkcess Music boss, Sarkodie.

Fans of the “wo haw ne sen” crooner have been waiting with bated breath for more soulful songs and its safe to say this information will be received with much excitement.

Yaw Sarpong disclosed to KMJ on Joy Prime during an interview monitored that the track was due for release next month. When asked of the possibility of receiving backlash for featuring a “secular artiste” wasn’t terrifying, he had this to say; “we are all sinners living in this world, even Jesus came because of the unsaved. We are coming out with a song that preaches humility so people should watch out for an entirely different Sarkodie”.

Yaw Sarpong’s return is great news for the gospel fraternity as his hiatus from the music scene left a void that wasn’t easy to fill.

The gospel minister in 2018 made his intentions to feature one of Ghana’s respected rappers, Sarkodie known during an with Graphic Showbiz so it comes as no surprise to hear that the track is done and will be released next month.


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I went to university without SHS education – Joe Mettle reveals struggles

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Faith in God works, that is according to the 2017 VGMA Artist of the Year, who says it turned his life around.

“No man can claim credit for who I am today,” Joe Mettle said on Joy FM, “It was God who changed my story,” he added.

He dropped out of school twice in his attempt to get a secondary school certificate and it was clear his JHS certificate could not make him what he wanted to be.

It took the power of God to get him to complete university education even without a formal secondary school education, he recounted on ‘I SURVIVED’ the latest segment on the Super Morning Show.

But long before he could make music, and become the VGMA artist of the year, Joe Mettle recounted how his present fame, power and wealth is a stark contradiction of conditions of his formative years. Mr. Mettle was already selling at age 12 to support his mother.

“It was not by choice,” he told Daniel Dadzie host of the SMS, “born into a family which did not have, I did what mother did,” he narrated.

Joe Mettle sold waakye leaves at Agbogloshie, and progressed to selling waakye itself when polythene bags replaced the leaves used to package the Ghanaian delicacy.

He had to drop out of school after Junior High School because combining trading and education was not only a difficult task, but the earnings from the sale of waakye, brooms and canes were too meagre to pay for secondary education.

Without an SHS certificate, it was clear he was not going to become an Architect after all. But that was not his immediate concern.

The embarrassment of people asking him constantly why he was not in school was a bigger nightmare.

He would, therefore, dress as if he going to school but end up in the church. Being in the church helped him to earn small amounts from some generous worshipers while playing the drum for them. With that, he also avoided questions on why he was not in school.

The worse came when Joe Mettle had to leave home and fend for himself in the streets.

On that journey, he slept in churches and homes of church members pretending to spend the weekend there but ended up spending weeks. When his host got fed-up, they kicked him out.

In one instance, he spent a year with a pastor in a single room.

He recounted eating gari and groundnut paste stolen from a woman. He and his friends survived on these for many days until they were caught.

“It was not easy,” he said.

But God had not abandoned him. He knew God was preparing him with all those experiences.

According to him, he is able to do so much in life today even with little because of the frugal life God put him through.

“All things work together for the good of them that loved the lord,” he quoted portions of Romans Chapter eight of the Holy Bible. Everything seems to have turned out for his good.

In all the toil he knew it was going to end someday. “I knew God had a plan for my life, even when I traveled on foot for several miles because I could not afford transportation.

Joe Mettle said God was with him when he sat for the SSS private candidates’ examination and I passed in two tranches.

This afforded him the opportunity not to do draftsmanship but marketing in the university.

Again he says that has turned out for his good.

God has blessed him immensely through music.

“Whoever I have become today is God. God might have used many men to help me but the credit entirely belongs to Him.

“God kept my mind intact. No man can claim credit for what God has done for me. I am most grateful to God for my life. God is able to do all things.

“It does not a matter where you or who you are, God can still make you what he created you for. At the appointed time, it will come to pass.”



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Gospel Music is ministry and business – Jayana


Emerging Ghanaian Gospel Musician, Jemima Annor Yeboah known in showbiz as Jayana has said that gospel music is a calling and business, urging fellow musicians to learn both sides of the business.

Speaking on The Late Nite Celebrity Show with Foster Romanus on e.TVGhana, the “Victory” song composer said “Gospel music is Ministry and Business. It is Ministry because it is a calling from God and it is a Business because you get money from it”.

According to her, although it is a calling from GOD to do Gospel Music but she needs to take money for her performance for her upkeep.

“Though it is a ministry but I need to take money; if not, how do i fuel my car, travel for shows, and even get money to pay for my music to be played on TV” Jayana added.

She said some people criticized her for the Nigerian accent and costumes used in her victory song video but she did not target only Ghanaians for that song.

“Some people complained about the Costumes and accent used in my victory song and music but I make the song for the whole Africa”.

She, however, said Ghanaians should watch out for her next song.

Watch the full video below:


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Women shouldn’t be scared to handle challenges – Abena Ruthy

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Gospel artiste Abena Ruthy, who is vying for the position of 2nd Vice President of the Musicians Union of Ghana (MUSIGA), has said women should be given equal opportunities but must be ready to take up challenges.

According to her, although the role she is vying for is seen as high ranking and should be left to men, she is determined to make a difference.

“I’m not at all scared, in this age of equal opportunity no woman should be scared of taking up challenges. We all have brains and God-given abilities and in that lies our strength.

“So no position should cause any fear in any human being created in the image and likeness of God. Again the outgoing administration reviewed the constitution and made this position a preserve for women and I am ready for anything that comes with it, ” she told Showbiz last week.

When asked how she intends to deal with the controversies that surrounds MUSIGA if she wins Abena Ruthy said, “Institutions are bound to have issues so long as there are diverse stakeholders, even private institutions suffer the same.

“The only difference is that theirs hardly becomes a public spectacle. What we need to do more as a Union, is to continue to build member confidence through initiatives that will inure to their benefit.

“So I will support the executive team with ideas attained from my 14 years in banking and administrative work as well as experience gained in leading the women in Gospel music,” she said.

Giving an overview of what she is bringing on board Abena Ruthy said, “I will support the executive body to implement strategies that will benefit all members and help bridge that gap between leadership and members with my experience as President of Women in Gospel Music, having held the group together for five years.”

Abena Ruthy is the Founder and Executive Director of Diamond Africa Foundation (DAF) which is into advocacy for a better youth for Africa. She is also the CEO of Incredible Cleaning and Trading Services, President of Women in Gospel Music and Vice President of Christian Music Association of Ghana (CMAG).

She holds a certificate in Public Policy and Administration from Walden University, specialising in People Management and Leadership, MA in Economic Policy Management, Executive MBA (Marketing) and a BA in English and French, all from the University of Ghana, Legon.


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Joe Mettle to host Cwesi Oteng, KODA, Ceccy Twum and Jonathan Nelson at Praiz Reloaded 2019


Award-winning gospel artiste Joe Mettle is once again set to lead thousands of patrons in worship at his annual Praiz Reloaded worship concert this year.

This year’s edition of the event is dubbed ‘Wind of Revival’ and just as we have seen in the case of ‘God of Miracle‘ and ‘The Encounter’, the 2019 edition will also mark the release of his already recorded 5th studio album ‘Wind of Revival‘ which had some of the songs recorded in a Live atmosphere in Hope City Church earlier in April.

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Praiz reloaded, an event patronized by thousands of worshippers will this year feature fellow prominent Ghanaian gospel artiste such as ‘My Defence’ hitmaker Cwesi Oteng, ‘Hossana’ singer KODA, Ceccy Twum and Acclaimed US  singer-songwriter Jonathan Nelson.

Date: 30th of June 2019
Time: 5pm



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Wearing ‘Kaba And Slit’ limits my performance on stage – Joyce Blessing reveals


In a Facebook post yesterday 13th June, 2019, the Repent hit maker explains why she sometimes puts on trouers during ministrations and not our Ghanaian outfit “kaba and slit” which have been suggested by some Christians as the most decent costume for female Gospel artistes.

According to Joyce Blessing, due to her style of performance which is quite energetic, she feels uncomfortable and not able to make moves during her performance in “kaba and slit” outfit.

Even though the singer has given a tangible reason as to why she puts on trousers, some fans still lambast her saying whatever the Bible has said about women wearing trousers is final and that she should not wear it at all, while a section of the fans also lauded her assertion.

Joyce Blessing was recently in the news for winning an award from Kenya at the 2019 Maranatha Global Worship Music Awards.



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Diana Hamilton Endorses Abena Ruthy As 2nd Vice President For MUSIGA

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Gospel Songstress, Diana Hamilton has endorsed Abena Ruthy to become the next 2nd Vice President of the Musicians Union of Ghana (MUSIGA).

MUSIGA has set aside June 26, as a day to elect new executives as Incumbent Bice Osei Kuffour brings his second term in office to a close.

Among those aspiring to lead MUSIGA, the Gospel Artist Of The Year at the just ended Vodafone Ghana Music Awards believes Abena Ruthy stands tall on the basis of how well she has managed her several businesses including her talent as a musician over the period.

The reigning gospel artiste of the year believes that entrusted with the position of 2nd Vice President of MUSIGA, Abena Ruthy will excel by bringing her expertise to bare.

“I do support Abena Ruthy in her quest to run for 2nd Vice President of MUSIGA; I think she has done well. Her dedication to gospel music over the period has been of great value. Her commitment to women in gospel music has been phenomenal as well. I think on her experience in the Industry, members of MUSIGA voting her into power won’t be a bad idea.” she told

A five-member committee to supervise the elections has been put in place.

Abena Ruthy is facing stiff competition from Deborah Freeman. Diana Hamilton’s endorsement comes in support with many backing from several media personalities rallying their support for the talented musician.

Born Ruth Benny Wood, Abena Ruthy undoubtedly came into the music scene in 2013 with an album ‘My Thought’ and in 2016 ‘Higher Praise’ which made her stand tall in the music industry.

Under the umbrella of Media Excel management, Abena Ruthy has ‘Waye Ade3’ as her latest single in the year 2019.

The song released months ago has gained momentum and is currently making some massive improvement on the airwaves.


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