A UK-based Ghanaian gospel musician, Isaac Frempong, who burst onto the gospel music scene in 2003, is in the country on a working visit.
The gospel artiste is in the country to study the trend of Ghanaian gospel music and also to do a number of collaborations with some gospel artistes as well as build a healthy relationship with the gospel music industry in Ghana.
He is currently out with a 12-track album titled ‘Praise Through’, which is due to be launched in Ghana in March this year.
Speaking in an interview with BEATWAVES in Accra, Isaac Frempong, who started singing during his secondary school days at the Presbyterian Boys Secondary School (PRESEC), revealed how poised he is to reach a wider audience in Ghana with the launch of his ‘Praise Through’ album.
“This new album brings out my creative nature perfectly. The producers and featured artistes also added their different musical styles that added spice to the album and gave it a different feel,” he told BEATWAVES.
He disclosed that ever since he burst onto the gospel music scene in 2013, he has used his music and live performances to encourage the depressed to keep trusting in God, and he believes he is living up to that purpose with his new album.
He has so far performed on a number of gospel platforms in UK, France, United States and Ghana.
Credit: George Clifford Owusu