'The Kadosh' is Joe Mettle's seventh studio album.
According to the multiple award-winning Ghanaian gospel minister, the title of this album was inspired by her baby daughter.
According to Joe Mettle, The Kadosh is an act of God's holiness to his people because it ministers in a unique way.
The eleven-track album is a holy spirit-inspired worship project that promotes God's sanctity and reverence. When things are going downhill, the Kadosh album is fortified with God's word to uplift and encourage you to recognize God's saintliness and to trust that He is our deliverer.
Each song differs in tone, rhythm, and tempo, but they all depict and explain "The Holiness of God."
The album includes songs such as Woye Mame, an Akan lullaby written by Joe Mettle that recounts God's goodness in his ministry, life, and family. Track 11 titled "I Can't Stop Praising" also features Nigerian gospel singer Eben.
Joe Mettle hopes that his seventh album, "The Kadosh," will inspire people to worship and seek God's holiness.
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