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(VIDEO)-Kobby Mantey Drops ‘Di Wo Hene’ (Reign)


Ghanaian Gospel musician, Kobby Mantey has dropped visuals for his new song ‘Di Wo Hene’ (Reign).

While praising the Almighty God, Kobby said He should continue to reign.

He reiterated that God is so powerful—and no one is like Him.

Kobby Mantey postulated the need for all creatures to bow and worship this powerful and mighty God.

‘Di Wo Hene’ (Reign) was mixed by Kwabby (Seven Record), mastered by Shadrach Yawson (Sha) and produced by Charlie Keyz.

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Eugene Zuta Unveils The Tracklist Of His Upcoming ‘The God Factor’ Album


As the countdown continues towards November 4 – the official date for ‘The God Factor’ album release, dynamic worshipper and songwriter Eugene Zuta has unveiled the final album tracklist.

The ‘Woso’ singer is ready to unleash a total praise and worship experience into our hearts once again in this new nine (9) track project recorded live in Takoradi in late 2019.

All songs on the album were written and composed by Eugene Zuta with others such as Baaba Enim (Co-writer of Papa), Henry Datsomor, David Pinkrah playing the roles in the arrangement of some songs. All songs on the album were produced by KODA.

The foretaste of this timely album was experienced in the two singles released earlier this year. Okasa, the first single from the album is a song written by Minister Eugene Zuta back in 2003 for Echoes of Calvary of GHAFES – UCC chapter and was ministered live and unrehearsed during the live recording.

Coming on the heels of ‘Okasa’ was ‘Papa (My Father)‘, a song urging us to place our hope in God as our Father based on His track record.

Judging from these two songs, there is more to be experienced from this project by the renowned worship leader.

Album will be available from the 4th of November on all digital stores.



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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.

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Source; SammyKayMedia

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New Music: Kingsley Ampoful Releases Maiden Gospel Single “God”


Gospel singer, worshipper, and vocalist Kingsley Ampoful debuts his maiden worship single titled “God”.

The soothing ballad brings to mind the incredible deliverances, blessings, and strength we receive daily from the Lord our God. Even in the most difficult times, He is our God from beginning to end.

Speaking about this beautiful masterpiece, Kingsley noted;

“I cried when It was complete and we played it back it was so beautiful the lyrics speak to my personal challenges directly and I didn’t really realize how well it did until it was expressed in its completion. God is indeed my everything and this is what I have to appreciate Him”.

‘God’ was co-written by Joshua Obeng and produced by Byte Production.

Kingsley, is a great and versatile vocalist, a very known committed member of Eric Jeshrun’s team. He was featured on the popular and impactful ‘Yahweh’ single, a song released in 2019 with another awesome and worshipful live ministration released in August 2020.


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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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Female dominance in gospel music industry cause of rifts between artistes – Ceccy Twum


Renowned gospel musician Ceccy Twum has observed that the gospel music industry is bedeviled by petty squabbles because the sector is dominated by females.

She posited in an interview on ‘Restoration with Stacy’ 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.

While underscoring it is not compulsory and cannot be possible to be friends with everyone, the popular gospel singer said it would be prudent for one to rather put in much effort and accomplish one’s dreams instead of being swamped in jealousy.

“If you don’t have that connection with someone, it doesn’t mean you should be enemies. When your paths cross, just exchange pleasantries and walk away,” she said in the interview monitored by GhanaWeb.

She continued: “Be happy for the progress of your colleague. Let’s not be overly envious. There is a bit of envy in every person but when it translates into evil and hatred, it becomes problematic. Be inspired by the achievements of others.”


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[Video] Afia Sika, A ‘Daughter’ Of The Daughters Of Glorious Jesus Unveiled As She Debuts A Single

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Afia Sika, a rising gospel singer and a ‘musical daughter’ of the legendary trio, Daughters of Glorious Jesus has officially been unveiled to the world as she launches maiden single “Yesu Asue Me (Unburdened)”.

The new song that comes with a great video was premiered yesterday in a plush unveiling ceremony at Sunlodge Hotel, Afia’s creativity, music arrangement, composition, taste for quality production, and content when it comes to spirit-filled lyrics is something exceptional the globe should anticipate.


Watch the Unveiling ceremony below;

She’s simply the ‘daughter’ and likeness of the celebrated music trio, Daughters of Glorious Jesus.

The beautiful minstrel over the years has been ministering with Daughters of Glorious Jesus until releasing her maiden single today. She says these great women have been her inspiration from day one and thoughtfully and wholeheartedly dedicate the new song – ‘Yesu Asue Me’ (Unburdened) to them.\

“When I met them, they’ve been all to me. They’ve been there for me, wherever they go. The advice they gave me, and this song that I’m releasing I’m dedicating it to the Daughters of Glorious Jesus for taking me as their own”, Afia recounted.

Also, Apostle Emmanuel Adade, the executive producer who doubles as the spiritual father of Sika during the unveiling ceremony by virtue of a video he sent endorsed Afia Sika’s new single.

‘Yesu Asue Me’ is one of the songs off Afia’s upcoming musical album. The song is currently available on all digital music stores worldwide.

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Carl Clottey Shares New Worship Song “Di Wo Hene” Ft Naana Asiedu


Undoubtedly one of Ghana’s rising gospel stars and a gradual household name, Carl Clottey is simply unstoppable and he has once again proved he is a good songwriter in his new worship song “Di Wo Hene”.

The “One And Only” singer debuts this worship piece with a simple theme running through the verses and chorus and that is to extoll the Lord Jesus as King of all. As simple as a worship song can be, Di Wo Hene raises worship to God and an invitation for Him to reign in our affairs in spite of the chaos we see around us.

The song features another vibrant voice belonging to Naana Asiedu and this was recorded live as part of Carl’s upcoming Shidaa album.

“Di Wo Hene” is available now on all digital streaming platforms.


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Stop saying BBNZ made me who I am, I was already popular before they signed me – Cwesi Oteng


Ghanaian Gospel musician, Cwesi Oteng has stated that he was in his prime before he joined his former record label, BBNZ Live.

Speaking in an interview with ZionFelix on the ‘Uncut’ Show, the ‘God Dey Bless Me’ composer said he was popular before he was signed onto the record label.

He explained that he released ‘God Dey Bless Me’ before the management of BBNZ contacted him.

Cwesi detailed that he reached an agreement of 60 percent to 40 – in his favour because he was an already made artiste.

The renowned Gospel musician urged people to discard the notion that BBNZ discovered him and afterward, he departed.

According to him, they signed a three-year contract and he thought he could do things on his own following the expiration of the contract.

Cwesi Oteng disclosed that he had a great working relationship with his former management, but the relationship between artiste and management is not marriage for it to last till death do them apart.

Following his exit from BBNZ in 2016, Cwesi believes he is still a great force to be reckoned with in the Ghanaian music scene.

Watch the full interview below:

Source: Zionfelix

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