Music remains an incredible and outstanding source of entertainment that has the tendency to lure the listeners to sleep, elevates the spirit of the individual higher especially when it's sweet, melodious, lyrical and rhythmic pattern best correlates and suit our style of preference.
The role of music in the lives of Ghanaians can never be overemphasized from the cultural and ethnic integration role, educative elements as well as the joyous moment it spark and bring into the lives of Ghanaians.
Ghana had groomed and nurtured numerous music talents who continues to grace special occasions both local and on International scenes and therefore given Ghana the highest recognition and credits in the music and entertainment fraternity.
Out of the various musicians we have in Ghana, Sarkodie, arguably the best rapper in the African continent, Shatta Wale, Stonebwoy, Samini, Eno Barony, VVIP, Kuami Eugene, Joe Mettle, EL, Kofi Kinata, Adina, Becca, Efya, Mz Vee and many others are highly recognised with the kind of quality music they play and deserve better.
The likes of Sarkodie, Shatta Wale and many others hold enviable records in their music career but when it comes to music albums, one of the greatest in terms of music among the female artists is Daughters of Glorious Jesus.
Daughters of Glorious Jesus is a Ghanaian gospel musician trio consisting of Cynthia Apiadu the leading vocalist, Edna Sarpong and Monica Owusu Ansah
They have been in existence for more than three decades and still remains the best in their music expedition.
Daughters of Glorious Jesus had release thirteen (13) solid albums and won numerous awards both in Ghana and abroad as the versatile but dynamic musical groups.
Sarkodie, Shatta Wale, Stonebwoy and co have proven to Ghanaians, Africa and the world as the finest musicians in Ghana with a handsome collaborations with top musicians in the world including Eminem, Beyonce.
Daughters of Glorious Jesus started singing together at the Resurrection Power Ministry Church and Rose to a stardom .
Among some of their songs include "Aseda ben, Okasapreko, Wo Ntaban, Yesu Mo" and many more.
In terms of albums, only Nana Ampadu, Elder Mireku, Paa Bobo, Daddy Lumba, Nana Acheampong, Paapa Yankson, Amakye Dede and Nana Tuffour.
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