The sensational and versatile Afro-pop, traditional, R&B, Soul and Jazz live performer, Justicenhyira, Winner of 2007 Stars of the Future Reality Show, finally releases in August what music industry analysts say has been a long wait for the musician's signature to be written on the sands of Ghana, and indeed Africa's, music terrain.
Touted by Ghanaian music industry players as one of the most-talented emerging international stars, Justice says his inspiration for what he sings and does on stage is Jesus. "Thank You" is a song of appreciation to Him and Justice invites all believers to join voices with him to sing "Thank You" to the Lord for all his benefits.
The "Thank You" single - a mid-tempo Afro-pop style, with infusions of highlife, R&B and contemporary rhythms with a 4/4 time signature features ace musician Kwabena Kwabena and some of the most seasoned instrumentalists such as ace drummer Francis Osei and bassist Sammy Otoo.
Talented Justice combines many roles effectively: as a minister of the gospel, singer, guitarist, drummer, composer, vocal trainer and technical producer.
His musical journey has seen him take key positions with a number of musical groups such as lead vocalist with "Soul Winners", (2005- 2007) as well as the male lead vocalist with the "Master Mix Band".
Justice, a product of Becklee school of Music, USA where he also enrolled at the Tom Bight Davies' Bee Dee Music Institute for three years certainly has set his sights set on the global platform and says he "dreams and works towards this everyday."
Formerly of EKB Records, the record company which also manages Becca, where he was signed on for two (2) years, Justice is currently on ENHYIBA MUSIK where he doubles as the Chief Executive.
Justice says "the key to dynamism and continued significance in the ever changing world of music is constant learning and practice".