Last Updated on September 8, 2018 by mybiohub
Ghanaian Gospel singer, Joyce Blessing shot to fame in the year 2013 on the Media Excel Productions. She ended that year on a glorious note
winning several awards at the Adom FM organized Ghana Gospel Industry
Awards. she is gave birth to a baby boy in 2014.
Joyce Blessing , The
talented gospel singer won five awards in the recent Gospel Music
Awards held on December 23, 2014 at Accra International Conference
Centre with her debut album.
She had been a backing vocalist for musicians such as Joel Arcah ,Mary
Gansah ,Ernest Opoku ,Diana Asamoah and a host of others.
The young vocalist received seven
nominations and managed to win five key awards including; The Best
Vocalist, Popular video, Artist of the year, song of the year and Album
of the year. She was also
Nominated Ghana music award UK 2016 GOSPEL SONG OF THE YEAR.
Hour by Hour – SP Kofi Sarpong ft. Joyce Blessing
The Blessed Ghanaian gospel diva Joyce blessing says she is no new comer in the gospel arena,, since she started singing at the age of 14 in Kumasi.
“I had been a backing vocalist for musicians such as Joel Arcah ,Mary
Gansah ,Ernest Opoku ,Diana Asamoah and a host of others”.
Joyce Blessing is one artiste who has arguably disabused the perception that gospel musicians are dull on stage.
Gospel musician, Joyce Blessing is able to
perform to the satisfaction of patrons because of her experience with a
band coupled with backing notable artistes before the shot to the
Gospel artiste, Joyce Blessing Speaking on AM Pluzz, the Monko Mo
Akyi singer said she also thinks of how to make the audience forget
their problems after watching her perform.
She have played for See Them band for five years. she have backed many
artistes in the studio including Evangelist Diana Asamoah, Jewel Ackah,
Mary Ghansah, Ernest Opoku Jnr, Aseibu Amanfi. Through this, God was
preparing her for the task ahead. So when it comes to stage performance, she
don’t intend to brag but by the grace of God, she sing to entertain, to
move people so they forget their worries,” she said.