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Female musicians in the early 2000s who took Ghana gospel music to a different level

Ghana is a very religious country. The citizens of this country never jokes with matters which deals with religion and for that matter, religious beliefs have guided us for many years. This is where the invention of religious songs settled in. This article is going to focus much on Christianity. Gospel songs are held up high and treated in a very special way in the country.

In the early 2000s, some female Ghanaian musicians took gospel songs to a whole different level. Their songs were spirit-filled and could get you on your feet whenever they passed through your ears. It is very saddening getting to know that they no more release songs like they used to.

In this article, I am going to remind you of some veteran female gospel musicians who gave Ghanaians many bangers. Their music was just awesome and they never minded releasing over 3 songs in a period of three months. Let's take a look at them below;

1. Christiana Love

The "mete ase" hit maker dropped many gospel songs in her prime and got many Christians very happy. You just couldn't stand on your feet whenever she decided to voice out her melodious sounds.

2. Philipa Baafi

Philipa is a versatile gospel musician who also stayed relevant in a very long time. I remember her "Go high" song which was coupled with Michael Essien's kangaroo dance which got viral during the 2008 African Cup of Nations which was hosted in Ghana.

3. Florence Obinim

She is the wife of the famous Bishop Obinim. Talk about delivering quality songs, she has been a virtuoso. Her "osoro ne me fie" song is still fire and will get you repenting from your sinful ways even at this current moment.

4. Esther Smith

Esther dropped many awesome songs like the spirit-filled "Onyame Ben ni" which was released in 2004. Her songs were soothing and could easily get you into the spirit.

5. Mama Esther

Mama Esther is the gospel musician who came with the famous "Onyame aye bi", "Me judge akasa" as well as many powerful gospel songs. She has really been an inspiration to this generation

Which amongst these five musicians did you like most and why did you like them over the others? The comment section is all yours.

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