We are privileged to have many talented musicians who displayed their talents in all the genre of music. Some began many years and are now known as legends because of the foundation they laid down.
In this article, we will be focusing on one gospel musician whose angelic tunes rocked back in the mid 90's. Helena Esi Mends popularly known as Helena Rhabbles is from Takoradi in the Western Region of Ghana.
She started singing and performing at an early age. She trained as a teacher but quit her profession after teaching for 9 years to pursue her music career full time.
In the year 1994, Helena Esi Mends released her maiden album titled 'Helena Rhabbles Volume 1'. This album became an instant hit and Helena Rhabbles became a household name.
She released "Helena Rhabbles Volume 2' in 1995 which also rocked the radio stations.
Her songs made great impacts due to her angelic voice and the messages her songs carried.
Some of her songs includes; "Y3wo Oman", "Satan don fall for ground", "So so wonders" and "Kokromotsi".
She sang both in English and Ghanaian local dialects.
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