Best-selling gospel minister OJ – real name Michael Oware Sakyi, has made a comeback years after his previous songs won souls for Christ.
OJ’s latest album is titled, Nokwasen. On it is a particular record, Maye Se Mo Pen, which is doing wonderfully well on music charts.
The album, executively-produced by Charles Sarpong of the popular Cebex Music Production at Katamanto in Accra, has eight tracks, including Apor Yesu, Tete Botan, Meho Nyinaa, Onyame Ayebi, Domfo Nyame, Mehia Wo and How Can I Say Thanks.
The songs were recorded by some of the industry’s finest hands such as Nana Kweku Osei (NACY), Dan Bassey (Bassey House of Music) and Shadrach Yawson (Wave Box).
It also features special appearances by NACY and John Sena, with Kofi Dua Anto (KODA) and Ackah Blay on lead guitar; Bafour (Oblolo) and Dan Grahl on bass guitar; Steve Bedie and Theophilus on the saxophone; Francis Osei and Nana Yaw on percussion and Osei Tutu, Justice and Kuuku on horns.
The release of his latest album is in fulfilment of a cherished dream.
The album is simply the hottest cake on the Ghanaian gospel music scene at the moment, according to media reports.
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