Ghanaian Gospel Diva Rev Obaapa Adwoa Christy popularly known as Obaapa Christy has disclosed how her new song ‘Ma Enye Yie’ on her eleventh studio album W’agye Me was recorded.
In a new update monitored by GospelEmpireGh.Com, the “Hyebre Sesafo” singer revealed in an interview with Dj Romeo on Accra 100.5fm, that she got the song Ma Enye Yie during a service at her spiritual father’s church in America, Bishop Dr Adonteng Boateng.
Speaking on how she recorded the hit song, the award-winning gospel artiste narrated that the lyrics of Ma Enye Yie dropped in her spirit during Bishop Dr Adonteng Boateng’s ministration.
Rev Obaapa added that, she recorded the songs immediately on her phone when she noticed it was a song divinely inspired by God.
According to her, she sent the voice recording of all the songs she recorded on her phone to Kumasi’s finest Sound engineer Dan Bassey Mix for safe keeping and for next album project.
Unfortunately, she got her phone stolen when she visited South Africa and lost all her recordings.
“I thought all my voice recordings on my phone were gone because my phone got stolen in South Africa. I decided to call Dan Bassey Mix to enquire of the voice recordings I sent him. Dan Bassey was also robbed of his phone at gunpoint. Fortunately for me, I got back my recording from a Pastor who was also recording with his phone when I was ministering Ma Enye Yie in church,” she said.
Watch Obaapa Christy tell her story about her stolen Phone on Accra FM
This is her first album after she was ordained as a Reverend Minister in the United States.
The album which is under the label of Francoba Management has six songs with W’agye me as the album title which comprises of both worship and praises seeks to inspire, motivate and bless Gospel lovers all over the world.
“W’agye me” has started enjoying airplay in a section of the radio stations across the country and other public places.
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