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Henrietta Konadu is her maiden name. Herty Borngreat is a native of Ashanti, precisely from Mampong Nsuta of Ghana.

She is the first gospel artiste to receive the discovery of the year in the Ghana Music Award festivals and the only child of her parents. Herty Borngreat is married to Mr. Daniel Ofori Borngreat, the C.E.O of Borngreat Record Label.

They are blessed with four girls and a boy. She had her basic education at Peters Educational Complex in Kumasi and had her secondary and tertiary in Europe.

The talented artiste started singing at the age of 12 in her local church choir in Kumasi. Her passion for music over shadowed her accounting career and entered the Ghana music scene.

Herty released her debut album titled "Odo Ben Ni (Gods wonderful love) on 1st January 2011 and Wapa Ho (Cross Over) are some of the hit tracks. This album was nominated in four categories in the 12th edition of the Ghana Music Awards festival.

As a new entrant in the scene, received nomination among the gospel song, 'Best Female Vocal Performer', 'Gospel Artiste' and 'Discovery Of The Year'award making her the first gospel artiste to receive that kind.

Herty Borngreat is inspired and challenged to take Ghana gospel music to another level. She always say the sky is her starting point. Her philanthropic passion has given her a great vision for the kayaye (Street hawkers) in Ghana, since she has faced the tough side of life before.

Birth name: Henrietta Konadu.
Born: 20th December.
Occupation: Accountant, Musician.
Website: www.HertyBorngreat.com.
Source: Ghanamusic.com

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