The winner of the "Stars of the Future" Season Three edition, is about to hit the music scene with his first album.
Justice told The Statesman yesterday in Accra that the new album would be launched before the end of the year. According to him, it would be called 'The Ministry of Justice Vol.1'.
Before this album will be launch, he disclosed that a single track which, 'Thank You Lord, will be played next week at all the radio stations in Accra, just to announce his advent in the music industry.
Justice Akwasi Nhyira Owen is a product of Stars of the 'Future', a Charter House reality show, and there is no doubt about Charter House's aim of giving the youth the opportunity to explore their hidden talents and potentials, hence the confidence being exhibited by Irene, Adina and Justice, winners of the 1st, 2nd and 3rd editions respectively of the 'Stars of the Future' and some few others, to come out with their own albums.
Justice told this paper that he had decided to enter into gospel music because of the love he has for God, and therefore he was convinced that through the song the lives of people would be touched.
In his answer to whether he could compete with the numerous gospel artistes, he affirmed, 'I'm aware of the many gospel artistes in town but I will never lose hope. I'm ever ready to come out, no matter the situation on the ground because I am going to be one of the outstanding gospel musicians in the music industry.'
Justice pointed out that coming out with an album as a fresh musician was not easy because 'it is not just about sitting at one place to compose a song, rather it entails a lot of technicalities before one can stand on one's feet.'
He was grateful to his producer and his management team for their assistance. 'There are some of us who come out immediately after a competition is over but I have kept this long because of how rich I want the content of my album to be', Justice pointed out, and then underscored, 'all my fans who are anxiously waiting to hear from me should relax because I'm about to give them something they never imagined; it is really going to blow off their minds.'