In 2020, when the coronavirus pandemic was at its peak and brought the world to a standstill, Gospel artiste Sarah Owusu-Asante known by the stage name Sarah Sings took on a personal assignment.
Her mission was her commitment to use the word of God through songs to encourage people not to lose hope.
Through her song Towdah, Sarah Sings urged people to always offer praise and thanksgiving irrespective of the negative situation they may find themselves in.
After the devastating effects of the pandemic, which she believed proved the limited power and knowledge of world leaders, Sarah Sings is back with a new material titled At Your Feet.
Featuring Pastor Isaiah Fosu, At Your Feet, which will be released by the end of this month, is an inspiring piece entreating people to always seek the face of God.
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According to the singer, she was in a place of prayer when she received the inspiration for the message of At Your Feet and picked her phone to record it.
“I’m very much of the opinion that Gospel songs should bring transformation to followers and there’s no doubt that change happens when we spend a long time at the feet of God.
“With all that occurred with coronavirus and present happenings around the world, it is clear that one can only find refuge in God and At Your Feet preaches that,” she said.
Sarah Sings, who holds a Bachelor’s degree in Heath Care and Administration is also a certified IT Professional. She left Ghana for the US in 2005 but she’s back in the country to promote her music.
She told Graphic Showbiz that there were many Ghanaian Gospel artistes doing well abroad but unfortunately making little impact back home.
“There is a vibrant Gospel music industry in the US but for some strange reasons, these songs and artistes are not known here due to how the system operates.
"That informed my decision to come home and I can say through the help of my management, we are really making lots of progress,” she said.
Sarah Sings has served as a lead vocalist, choir leader, and worship leader at Family Choir'(KNUST), KNUST Mass Choir, Gospel Light Mass Choir among others and credited with songs such as Never Failing, Towdah and Let Him In.