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Ndowuona Music comes out with two singles

BY: Gifty Owusu-Amoah
'Fake Identity' and 'Follow You' are new ones from Ndowuona Music
Gospel musician, Ndowuona Music

WHEN budding Gospel artiste, Ndowuona Music hosted a press briefing in May this year, his main purpose was to introduce himself to the Gospel fraternity.

The event also involved a listening session for his maiden Extended Play (EP) he was working on at the time.

Last week, Ndowuona Music real name Nii Dowuona Owoo officially released two songs, Follow You and Fake Identity out of the four-track EP.

The songs written by Ndowuona Music were arranged by Minister Igwe.

According to him, both songs were inspired by the negative lifestyles the youth is leading in recent times.

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Ndowuona Music mentioned that as one coming from a poor background but doing very well for himself now, he deemed it a divine mandate to use his music to encourage people to always choose the right path to success.

Hence, Follow You admonishes people to diligently seek God in all their endeavours. He also advises people to avoid being pressured into fake lifestyles on social media on Fake Identity.

Producers who worked on the EP are SHA and Soundgod. Instrumentalists are Emmanuel Bludo (Drums), Prince Senaa (bass), Charlie Keys (keyboard), Dan Grahl (bass) and Cute Guitar (Guitar).

“The listening session in May gave me the chance to get constructive criticisms on my work and to better the final product. I know that Follow You and Fake Identity will make great impact,” he told Graphic Showbiz.

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Ndowuona Music is an elder at International Central Gospel Church (ICGC) and also CEO of Adonai Shipping Company.

He honed his singing abilities in 1988 when he joined the Celebration Choir in Holland where he lived most of his adult life before returning to Ghana.

He urged Gospel artistes not to be distracted by competition among themselves but focus on using music to change the world.

“As Gospel artistes, it is not about who is more popular but how we are impacting the world should be the focus,” he added.