Entertainment of 2014-01-30

Hannah aims for limelight

Her voice may not be familiar on the gospel music terrain but new entrant onto the gospel scene, Hannah Ewoo, believes she has what it takes to be a great gospel artiste. That, she said, is evident in her debut album, Onyame Adom.

Her ten track debut album Onyame Adom, which was recorded by sound engineer, John C in the U.S.A has tracks like Adom Nti, Oseeye , Wayeyie, Osahene Nyame and Me Nya Tekyir3ma Apemaa.

In all, there are four worship songs, four praise songs and two reggae songs on the album.

Hannah describes the wonderful things God always does for his children on Wayeyie which is a praise song.

According to her, God never allows bad circumstances to befall His children because he always has his own ways of delivering them from difficult situations.

On Oseeye, which she said is her favourite track on the album; she admonishes Christians to trust in God even in times of difficulty. Hannah believes that because God tests the faith of his Children it is important that Christians rely on Him for their sustenance.

She told Showbiz that her songs are composed mainly as inspirational tools for the down trodden who have lost hope in life.

“I know that there are great talents in the gospel industry but I also have unique talent that can make me stand out. I believe it is not about how long you have been in the industry, but rather about the quality of music. One’s good works will be recognised by Ghanaians and that is what I am here for” she said.

Hannah, who is a nurse by profession, is hopeful her debut album will shoot her to the limelight and give her a good start in the gospel music fraternity.