Veteran Gospel trio, Daughters of Glorious Jesus says their fans should look forward to them releasing songs with more secular artists this year.
The group which last year marked 30 years in gospel music ministry told ZionFelix in an interview that they do not discriminate against secular artistes in the country and are ready to work with musicians who produce other genres.
“From 2020 you are going to see us inviting and working with secular artists. You will see more of them soon. Amakye Dede, Lumba, Kojo Antwi Pat Thomas. They are all our close friends. Samini even invited us twice to his shows,” they noted.
Daughters of Glorious Jesus, well noted throughout Ghana for their inspirational songs comprises of Mrs Cynthia Appiadu, Mrs Edna Sarpong and Mrs Monica Owusu Ansah.
They currently have 12 albums to their credit and are known for several hit songs including ‘Yesu Mo’, ‘Odomfo’, ‘Bebree’, ‘Woso’, ‘Adedie’, ‘Abba Father’ and ‘Yesu Fata Ayeyi.’
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