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23.02.2020 Gospel News

3G Media Spotlights: Gifty Boadu, Gospel Music Sensation

By 3G media
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"In God’s own time he makes things beautiful." These are the words of Gifty Boadu a native of Agona in the Ashanti Region of Ghana who has thrilled her fans for years with her gospel music compositions. She started singing at a very tender age and with time it was discovered she was not only gifted as a singer but as a songwriter as well.

In 2010, she wrote the song; "Twereduampon" a worship song that she composed a high life version of it. Throughout her education, in Juaben Secondary school and Christian Service University College in Kumasi, she nursed the ambition of being a musician.

Gifty, as she is affectionately known by her fans, looked up to a gospel musician by the name of Mama Esther as a mentor. She was inspired by the fact that the faithfulness of God and his blessings are true and his mercies endure forevermore. To her most importantly God’s grace is so much upon our lives regardless of how many times we sin against him. That was the inspiration behind her songs especially the highlife version of "Twereduampon".

To Gifty being in the music scene is not by chance but rather to serve a purpose. This is because she sees herself making a positive impact on the lives of people through music now and the years to come.

Her debut album has finally been released through years of waiting upon the Lord for spiritual direction as such all the five songs on her album were messages she received from God to put into songs.

Currently, both her mother and husband are being credited as the executive producers of her music with the backing of Spirit Maxi as the sound engineer. According to Gifty, due to her passion for music, it is actually taking most of her time such that she is doing well to balance her time between business and her music career.

Source: 3G Media

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