Mark Anim Album Launch A Hit
The New Tafo SDA Church in Kumasi last weekend witnessed a historic live musical performance by one of Ghana's seasoned gospel music stars, Mark Anim Yirenkyi and his Deliverance Singers.
The musical performance which was organized to launch Mark's latest album attracted hundreds of music lovers who trooped to the church to witness the official launch.
For over 30 minutes, Mark Anim held the audience spellbound with his music and electrifying dance steps.
Mark and his band, Deliverance Singers, performed songs from some of his albums to the excitement and admiration of his fans.
At one point, the auditorium of the church was transformed into a dancing hall, with everyone dancing and singing along to the tunes.
According to a number of Mark's fans, this new album would propel Mark onto the international music scene.
Some of the songs on his latest album include ' Mogya Kronkron' , ' Ha Nye fie' , ' Yesu Beba' , ' Eye Adom Bi' , ' Same Yadie', among others .
In a chat, Mark expressed appreciation for the way and manner in which the church received him, saying he was lucky to have had the opportunity to showcase his talent there.
He also thanked God for what He had done for him throughout his chosen career.
Mark told BEATWAVES that the songs on his latest album were a true reflection of his worshipping heart and desire to encourage people to come close to God, adding that some of the songs on the album had a traditional beat to meet the demand of music lovers.
His music is basically a combination of the traditional gospel rhythms mixed with other danceable gospel tunes, and his creativity is superb.
Based on his outstanding performance on the music scene, Mark was invited to Europe, where he staged series of live musical performances in Amsterdam, Hamburg and some parts of Europe to entertain Ghanaian gospel music fans.
Mark Anim Yirenkyi used his tour of Europe to launch his latest musical album, of which he sold thousands of copies. Currently, the gospel star is in Ivory Coast for a live musical performance in some selected towns in that country.
By George Clifford Owusu