After a long silence, Ghanaian Gospel musician Esther Smith says she is going all out on her eighth album Som No Yie.
“I have been quiet for some time now but this year, Ghanaians are going to have a feel of my 10-track album which has very good songs. I will be in Ghana early in March to perform at the Ghana Music Honours event, organized by the Musicians Union of Ghana where I will be thrilling my fans who have not seen me in so many months” she said.
Esther Smith who was honoured with the award of the Most Inspirational Gospel artist of all time at the Christian Awards Night & Gospel Xplosion (CANGAX) event held at the Accra International Conference Center in Ghana in November last year, believes that although the Gospel music scene has seen tremendous improvements and dynamism, her 10 track album which has garnered massive support and airplay nationwide in a short span was up to win an award. She said she would work some magic on the awards night.
According to her, she is arguably the most sought after Ghanaian gospel artiste in Cote D’Ivoire considering the number of invitations received from different organizers in that country.
Esther Smith who is mourning her late father, Mr Anthony Smith, is preparing feverishly to put up a performance with other gospel artistes to bid her late father farewell on of March 22.