Ebenezer Yirenkyi set to Release “YESU D)“ from his “YESU MO“ Album.

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Ebenezer Yirenkyi is a Ghanaian Gospel singer, songwriter, Praise and Worship leader who has ministered in several Christian events for over 20years.

Ebenezer Yirenkyi grew up in Mallam, a suburb of Accra in Ghana. His musical talents began whiles participating and leading in praise and worship sessions as a Sunday school member. This happened whiles fellowshipping in the Mallam Assembly of the church of Pentecost in Accra in the ‘90s. His style of praise and worship ushers people to offer “spiritual sacrifices” and be nourished in their inner being.

As worship leader, God uses his ministration to release His power to comfort the depressed and sorrowful during various Christian events like crusade, conventions, retreats and revival programmes.

Eben begun nurturing his musical gift as a songwriter and released his first album in 2006. The title of the album was “Mepri mako menim “. To the glory of God his album ministered to the spiritual needs of individuals to “reign in life”.

Ebenezer Yirenkyi has had support and collaborated with other gospel musicians. They include Nhyira Betty, Francis Amo, Wonder Zartey etc. He served as music mommittee member in the Church of Pentecost, McCarthy Hill District. He is Praise and Worship team member at the church of Pentecost Prayer Center (Salvation) in McCarthy Hill, Accra- Ghana.


On the 22nd of January 2021 Ebenezer will be releasing his single called “Yesu D)” on YouTube from his New Album title “ Yesu Mo

You can follower him on all is social media handle
Facebook : OfficialEbenYirenkyiGh
Twitter : @Ebenyirenkyigh
Instagram : @ebenyirenkyigh
YouTube : Ebenezer Yirenkyi
Telephone : 0245940209




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Sonnie Badu Releases His Latest Album “Rhythms Of Afrika” – Available On All Music Stores


Accomplished Ghanaian gospel music icon, founder and lead pastor of US-based RockHill Church has released his latest gospel music project he titled “Rhythms of Afrika”.

Known to portray his African identity in his music established even in the title of most of his albums (Colors of Afrika, Soundz of Afrika to now Rhythms of Afrika), Sonnie’s 4th album is nothing short of musical excellence as well as a praise and worship experience.

The 12-track “Rhythms of Afrika” is a great addition to the already vast repertoire of gospel music from the Baba singer who decided to remix some of his already known gospel hits such as African Medley Ese Oluwa, Rejoice, Okokroko, and Angels Cry.

Before the main album release, Sonnie Badu created great anticipation with “My Confidence”single released last month, a soothing and passionate cry of faith in who God is.

The music professor desires to restore the attitude of praise and worship through the difficult last year 2020 and to remind us of the fellowship we shared with God through his music as a medium.

Watch “My Confidence” video below;

Source: worshippersgh

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Your December just got spectacular with the maiden virtual Rooftop edition of the biggest outdoor gospel music concert headlined by Akesse Brempong; Agape Carnival.

The event is set to roll out on your TV screens, tablets, laptops and smartphones at exactly 5pm across all Akesse Brempong social media handles; FacebookTwitterInstagram and YouTube.

For all those that, for one reason or the other, can’t access it online, we got you! Kindly tune in to Homebase TV or Amansan TV (A TV) for the el-classico of gospel events.


This year’s edition features none other than the national gospel music hot cake of the moment and VGMA award-winning act, MOGmusic as well as the ‘I No Dey Barb’ hitmaker Vessel Chordrick.

And from the camp of Akesse’s own band, Tribe of Judah, we will be blessed with deliveries from the bands Music Director, former MD for KNUST Mass Choir, Worship leader at The Maker’s House International and proprietor of Zoe Music Academy, Johnny Haick, incoming medical doctor, AJ Ajarquah, as well as one of the longest serving bv’s, ADOM Cwesi.



















It promises to be a virtual experience like none other and an upgrade from his epic ‘Heal Our Land’ virtual concert organized during the lockdown.

Anticipate, sit back, relax and worship together with one of Ghana’s astute songwriters and versatile youth oriented worshippers.


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VIDEO: KODA Features Eben On New Praise Groove “Game Over”



It’s a Ghana – Naija affair as the renowned Ghanaian music producer and gospel musician KODA features “Victory” hitmaker Eben on the new gospel song “Game Over”.

Released from his upcoming Keteke album and on the heals of a praise groove “Aseda“, ‘Game Over’ brings on the game-changing element for a vibrant gospel music-centered Christmas.

With a brilliant music video shot by Skyweb, the upbeat traditional gospel song declares the victory for all who believe in Jesus’ name for the game is indeed over in our favor.

Known for his praise and gospel jam compositions, this song fell in a comfortable place for Eben who delivered powerfully on this song as well.


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The Moment’ album- a live recording of Halal Africa’s concert held in South Africa which featured Ghana’s Akesse Brempong has been released and is available on all major online music stores.

The live recording concert held on 8th November 2019 at 3C Church, Centurion, South Africa hosted 2 songs from the Ghanaian A-list act.

His mettle was proved on the 4th and 11th track titled, ‘My God’ and ‘Yeda W’ase’ respectively as he gave the South Africans a piece of Ghana’s musical ingenuity.

The album featured ministrations from the Gospel Reggae/Afrobeats Kingpin, Akesse Brempong, South Africa’s gospel music vocal goddess Ntokozo Mbambo, the ‘Phindukulu’ hitmaker Patrick Duncan, among several of South Africa’s finest Gospel acts.

Other greats to anticipate on the released album include Takesure Owen, Ayanda Ntanzi, USA-based contemporary gospel sensation, Michael Stuckey, Alice Kimanzi, Takie Ndou and Taela Robinson.

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Video:Joyce Blessing is not emotionally intelligent – Julie Jay fires


Former publicist and personal assistant to Gospel musician,  Joyce Blessing, Julie Jay has asserted in an interview with Sammy Kay on the Go online show that the “i swerve” hitmaker lacks emotional intelligence.

Julie Jay Kanze after her separation from Joyce Blessing has been accused by the Gospel musician of sabotage which has resulted in the latter invoking curses.

During the interview, the well-composed

publicist denied all the allegation levelled at her and stated in the affirmative that she has not in anyway had any amorous affair with Dave Joy, husband of Joyce Blessing.

She expressed her disappointment at Joyce Blessing for invoking curses on her and added that the former Zylofon signee lacks emotional intelligence.

Watch full video:

Source; SammyKayMedia

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Joyce Blessing curses former publicist Julie Jay Kanze


Gospel musician Joyce Blessing has rained curses on her former publicist, Juliana Ntiamoah, popularly known as Julie-Jay Kanze in a leaked audio making rounds on social media

In the audio message sighted by, the actress accused her former publicist of being behind the reason her content keeps getting flagged on YouTube.

According to the visibly angry gospel musician, the email account that keeps reporting her songs to be flagged belongs to Julie Jay, and knowing her to be the computer wizard she is, she firmly believes she is the one behind the account.

“Juliana Ntiamoah, that is your name, the way you will suffer, it will affect your entire generation. I have done you no wrong, whatever you asked I paid. This curse will manifest heavily on your life because I have done you no wrong, yet you want to cause me pain…” she said in the audio.

Joyce Blessing who had a fall out with her former publicist and manager husband a few months ago claims that she had paid Julie Jay all that is due her and does not understand why she would want to cause her pain and suffering.

“The day you will sit behind a computer and type my name Joyce Blessing, may God strike you with this curse. No man will find you attractive, you will go up and down aimlessly till you go back to your village” … Joyce Blessing said.

She swore on her life that her publicist will know no peace until she kneels before her and begs for forgiveness.

Listen to the full audio below:

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Celestine Donkor robbed


Ghanaian gospel artiste and songwriter, Celestine Donkor, has disclosed she was attacked by armed robbers in her home on Tuesday, October 20, 2020.

Narrating how it all happened in a Facebook post, she said the armed robbers attacked her between the hours of 12midnight and 2:00 am.

According to her, she was locked in her room with her husband while the armed robbers went into her children’s room which scared one of their daughter who was knocked off after shouting.

“One of my daughters tried to shout, she said she saw a man dressed in all black with a flashlight in his mouth, the next thing she suddenly felt drowsy and knocked off. We had to break our door to come out. Thank God the kids are all ok and no one was hurt,” she wrote.

She said even though no one was hurt, the armed robbers managed to get away with her phones, laptops and cash they had in the house.

“They took all our phones (3 phones: My Samsung s9+, my machine is gone, iPhones, 2 laptops, a tablet and made away with all cash we got at home, we found the bags and stuff they searched outside. It looks like they entered through the balcony, which is very unbelievable, how they managed to enter our bedroom, picked our phones and locked us inside beats my mind. WE ARE HOME PHONELESS AND CASHLESS AT THE MOMENT.”

The musician is appealing to the general public to help them find the stolen items by reporting to the police if they come across any device with her pictures.

Below is her full post

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Ceccy Twum shocks Stacy with revelations about Nacee, OJ, Joe Mettle


The host of ‘Restoration with Stacy’ was utterly shocked and had goose-bumps following Ceccy Twum’s account of how some male gospel musicians have contributed immensely to her musical career.

Ceccy Twum who took her turn on the show mentioned that her most popular and successful song ‘Nyame Aye Awie’ was composed by colleague Minister OJ. The interesting part of the story, according to the songstress is the fact that OJ did so without charge.

“One day, OJ called me and said he had a song for me; he was of the greatest conviction if I sing the song, it will be a hit and miracles will follow. He came home, we rehearsed it,” she recalled the 2011 event.

“I was pregnant at the time… I went to University of Ghana to perform and it was amazing. Nacee and No Tribe were there to perform as well. I had heard his name but never met him before. I wanted to see him but the crowd was massive so I left after my performance.”

“The next day, OJ called me and said Nacee wanted to speak to me. Nacee commended me for my performance and expressed interest in recording my album. He came home… When OJ brought the song, I went straight to Nacee. He produced the song pro bono. He produced the album as well,” Ceccy Twum narrated.

A similar gesture emanated from Joe Mettle when the 2017 Vodafone Ghana Music Awards Artiste of the Year composed ‘Di Wo Hene’.

“My latest single ‘Di Wo Hene’ was composed by Joe Mettle. He called that he had a song for me. I recorded it in his studio and featured him. He gave me the song for free, featured on it for free and shot the video for free,” said Ceccy Twum.

“Wow! God bless them. This has given me goose-bumps,” Stacy Amoateng reacted.

Meanwhile, Ceccy Twum in the interview monitored by GhanaWeb observed that the gospel music industry is bedeviled by petty squabbles because the sector is dominated by females.

She posited that females are naturally quarrelsome and mostly bitter over the feats of others especially when the achiever is hailed by many for the success chalked.

“Bickering is normal. It happens everywhere. But the thing is, females dominate the gospel music industry and wherever women are, you should expect these petty quarrels. It’s natural with women,” she asserted.

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