Ghanaian born UK based gospel musician, Betty Acheampong is prepared to launch her maiden album Adom on March 13, 2016 at the Tesano Baptist Church.
The 2 pm launch will be supported by gospel artistes Selina Boateng, Bismark Takyi , Michealina Anaman, Francis Amo, Kofi Owoahene, Dan Appiadu and The Psalms.
Songs on the eight track album which has three worship songs, five praise songs include Obra Asro Kyɛ, Wayɛ Yiɛ, ɛbɛ si Woyiɛ, Bisa Awurade and Adom (Grace).
Betty says her favourite song on the album is Adom (Grace) because she believes it is by His grace that she is still alive.
“I love Adom and I listen to it all the time because the message in it is encouraging. When I am in trouble or sad, it is the only song I listen to,” she said in an interview with Showbiz.
According to Betty, she has a lot to offer the gospel scene. “Although I might not be popular as some of my ‘seniors’ in the industry, I have a lot to contribute to the Ghanaian gospel music scene and I want everyone to grab a copy of the album when it is launched,” she said.
Betty who started her music career at a tender age singing in churches, takes her inspiration from the Bible and everyday happenings.
The pretty musician who hails from Asante Mampong said the gospel scene in Ghana is doing well with the new crop of musicians churning out good music.