Click to read all about coronavirus →
Budding and talented gospel musician Nana Perbi is gradually making waves with his single and latest praise song titled – Hosanna. Released a couple of weeks ago, the single is a complete departure from the usual ‘sorrowful moods to delightful endings’ gospel style.
Since its release, the single has received massive airplay on both radio and television making it an instant hit. Not only is it a hit on radio but also a hit in many churches across the country with almost every church choir singing it.
The song has also become the preferred gospel song with which many morning show hosts open their shows.
Unlike many other gospel music which would want to take listens through a series of event from trials and tribulations to success stories, Hosanna is a praise and worship song that gives praise to the lord for things done and things undone.
According to Nana Perbi, Hosanna is to let people know the need to thank God for his greatness, adding that the though there are kings, there is the greatest of them all who is God.
“We should know that the King is coming and it is therefore, time to talk about his coming for people to know where they stand when he comes because it’s important to be in his presence and be prepared for his coming”
The track features Cece Twum, the Shepherds, as well as some top stars from South Africa including Avis and Adlovu and the Soweto mass choir. Hosanna is surely tipped to stay on top of the gospel music charts for a long time.
Nana Nkosana Perbi is the Praise and worship leader and associate music director at Zoe Temple branch of Dr. Mensah Otabil’s ICGC (International Central Gospel Church) in Tema-Ghana and Church of Pentecost in Johannesburg- South Africa.
He has also sung powerfully alongside several renowned men of God such as Bishop Dr. Ampiah Kwofi (AKWO); Bishop Dr. Isaac Quaye; Bishop Clive Mould; Dr, Lawrence Tetteh; Rev. Eastwood Anaba; Proph. Nanasei Opoku-Sarkodie, Rev. McDonald Essandoh; Bishop & Mrs Aremu; Rev. Dickson Tuffuor Sarpong, and many more.
Send your news stories to and via WhatsApp on +233 55 2699 625.