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Stop charging churches for programmes – Gospel musician QueenLet advises

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Gospel musician QueenLet

Gospel musician QueenLet

In an age where many Ghanaian musicians make more money from gigs than record sales, a gospel singer still does not understand why gospel musicians should charge for their performance.

Not that Mrs. Leticia Acheampong Hars does not understand the prevailing issues; far from that.

She is just surprised why some gospel artistes could boycott shows including church events simply because their charges were not met.

This, she insists is simply not right because “singing the word of God is not business’.

‘I prefer a situation where the church or event organisers will bless me after my ministration, but not to charge them’ she told The Spectator Agoro on Monday.

Mrs. Leticia Acheampong Hars known in showbiz circle as QueenLet said most gospel artistes had taken it as a business but the primary objective of a minister was to win souls and propagate the word of God to the world.

QueenLet who doubles as a nurse, said gospel artistes needed to find other things to do that would fetch them money.

‘Money from our music should only come in as supplementary support not the main source of your income”.

Mrs Hars  is currently promoting her two singles titled ‘Dear Holy Spirit and Anwawadwuma – marvellous God.
Watch The Singles’ Videos Below:

The German-based gospel artiste added that her two singles talked about the Holiness and the handi work of God.

She used this opportunity to thank the award winning gospel artiste, Esther Smith and Rev. Dr Mary Ghansah for supporting her ministry by endorsing her singles.

She urged up and coming artistes to also make spirit filled songs in order to win more souls for Christ.

“We need to understand the purpose of gospel music, we don’t just sing, problems must run away when we sing, signs and miracles must happen and souls must be won”, stressed .

Source: TheSpectatorOnline.com | Linda Abrefi Wadie

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Queenlet’s One Month Old Song Receives Two Nominations [Video]

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QueenLet grabbed four nominations from Rhema Awards Global

QueenLet grabbed four nominations from Rhema Awards Global

One month old song, “Windblow” receives two nominations from Rhema Awards Global 2021/2022.

When one mention Soakat, the person who comes in mind is multiple award-winning Artiste QueenLet, the Soaking & atmospheric gospel minister, also known as Queen Leticia Kyerewaa.

In the space of one year, through Euro-African’s Favourite Record Label Debrich Group, QueenLet have released four (4) singles, the latest one, ‘Windblow’ is just one month old.

Most noteworthy, this is a collaboration featuring a Nigerian gospel minister, Jimmy D Psalmist.

Windblow have received two nominations from Rhema Awards Global 2021, the categories are best gospel collaboration song, and gospel song of the year.

Even more, Dear Holy Spirit, the award winner song of Maranatha Awards 2021 was also nominated as best gospel worship song.

Furthermore, Anwanwadwuma (marvelous God) which won the best female minister global uprising 2021 Maranatha Awards, also received nomination as best gospel praise song in Rhema Awards Global 2021.

Above all, a month-old song has achieved massive views on YouTube and so many powerful media houses across the world, especially Nigeria and Ghana.

Queenlet And Jimmy D Psalmist Received Four Nominations From Rhema Awards Global

Queenlet And Jimmy D Psalmist Received Four Nominations From Rhema Awards Global

Almost, major Nigeria and Ghana publishers or Bloggers published articles on the new release in less than 24 hours as the song was uploaded @queenletmusic, on her YouTube channel.
WATCH WINDBLOW VIDEO BELOW

Recently, QueenLet is seen in Tiktok and Instagram videos with the programme, Music In Exaltation (MINE). Where She exalts people through music and the word of God.

Meanwhile, her genre of music called SOAKAT, which means soaking & atmospheric music is outstanding. It could be classified as very spiritual or spirit filled.

 

 

Source: GhanaChurch.com

 

 

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QueenLet Feat. Jimmy D Psalmist – WindBlow [Video]

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QueenLet Feat. Jimmy D Psalmist

QueenLet Feat. Jimmy D Psalmist

Multiple award-winning Ghanaian Gospel musician, Queen Leticia, popularly known as QueenLet, has released a new single titled Windblow, featuring Nigerian gospel star, minister Jimmy D Psalmist.

Windblow was recorded in Abuja – Nigeria by Sunny Pee, a multiple award winner Nigerian sound engineer and the video was also shot in Nigeria.

The single track “WINDBLOW” which is under the record label of “DebRich Group Of Companies” or “DebRich Group”.

Debrich Group works with world-renowned businesses from the music industry to bring your favorite music to life.

Debrich Group” In one year, have released four singles entitled Dear Holy Spirit, Anwanwadwuma ( Marvelous work), empowered and the recent one known as Windblow.

QueenLet’s genre of music ‘Soakat’ raised eyebrows everywhere on social media since the year 2020, probably based on the fact that, she is the first person to introduce this genre in the gospel music industry.

This is the first international collaboration done by QueenLet after the release of her three singles: Dear Holy Spirit, Anwanwadwuma and Empowered.

In an interview, on one of the popular radio stations in Ghana, Adom 106.3 FM, QueenLet disclosed that, out of her three singles, before the release of Windblow, two were recorded at Steve crown’s studio in Abuja Nigeria, whilst Anwanwadwuma was recorded by Shadrach Yawson, popularly known as Sha in Ghana.

She also revealed that, within a year, her songs have achieved massive views on YouTube, meaning people are in love with her Soakat music.

QueenLet has been in the gospel music industry from childhood but with Soakat genre in 2020. SOAKAT literally means, soaking and atmospheric music.

She describes this song as a song that soaks one into the atmosphere of the Holy Spirit.

Recently QueenLet won multiple awards from Maranatha global awards USA 2021 with her single ‘Dear Holy Spirit’ as the best supplication song of the year, and she also received another award as the best female minister global uprising.

QueenLet wrote on her verified page on Facebook that, her new single released song ‘Windblow’ featuring Nigerian gospel star Jimmy D Psalmist is a supernatural song because, spiritual electric, magnetic and thunder types of WIND storms is about to move heavy wind blow in every country or city, therefore every country should lift up their flags and they should also get ready for the Holy Spirit.

QueenLet Ft Jimmy D Psalmist – WindBlow is finalized for distribution and it’s available on all digital platforms at https://share.queenlet.com/windblow
Watch QueenLet Ft Jimmy D Psalmist – WindBlow Below:

 

Source: GhanaChurch.com

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Okomfo Nana Agradaa Arrested; two TV stations showing ‘mօnᥱy-dօubling r¡tuals’ shut down [Video]

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(Okomfo) Priestess Dr Patricia Asiedu aka Nana Agradaa

(Okomfo) Priestess Dr Patricia Asiedu aka Nana Agradaa

Mօnᥱy doubler and spiritualist, Dr Patience Asiedua, popularly known as Nana Agradaa, has been arrested.

Nana Agradaa, known for her moneymaking ritual, ‘sika gari’, was arrested by a joint team of Police and National Security Intelligence Operatives, in collaboration with the National Communications Authority on Tuesday night.

Two TV channels – Thunder TV and Ice1 TV – that allegedly broadcast money doubling content at Kasoa in the Central Region, were also shut down for operating without licenses.

The team seized two pieces of equipment each used in the alleged illegal transmission from both premises.

This was announced by the Minister for Communications and Digitalisation, Ursula Owusu-Ekuful on her social media page on Wednesday, April 21, 2021.

Information available suggests the TV channels owned by the self-styled traditional priestess have been operating without authorization for years leading to their closure.

The state’s action follows recent concerns about the broadcasting of inappropriate content in the media space by persons parading themselves as spiritualists

It is on the heels of the gruesome killing of an 11-year-old boy allegedly by two teenagers for money ritual purposes.

Below is the Minister’s full post:

“At about 2200hrs on 20/04/2021, a joint team of Police and National Security Intelligence Operatives, in collaboration with the National Communications Authority, stormed the premises of two satellite television stations, namely, Thunder TV and Ice1 TV, who were illegally transmitting without licenses, at Kasoa in the Central Region

The team arrested the offenders among which included the owner of Thunder TV, Patience Asiedua, popularly known as Nana Agradaa, and seized two (2) pieces of equipment each used in the illegal transmission from both premises. Nana Agradaa advertises her “Sika Gari” on her TV station, which she claims is her personal god that multiplies money with some rituals she makes. She has hence admitted to this illegality and is currently in custody assisting with further investigations.

The influx of unregulated television stations on air has led to the promotion of certain content which may affect public order, public morality, and the rights and reputation of others. As such, efforts are underway to rid the system of this canker and reduce overcrowding on Ghana’s airwaves.”

Credit: CitiNewsRoom

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