KAFUI Mills-Odoi, a new entrant onto the Gospel music scene is set to release her maiden single which she calls Simply Trusting.
The inspirational song which features Cwesi Oteng, will be launched virtually today, Thursday, April 16, on Sunny FM at 8 a,m.
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The song focuses on strengthening one's faith in difficult times and empowering people to keep trusting in God in tortuous moments.
Speaking with Graphic Showbiz Kafui said, "The first part of the song is a Methodist Hymn and my seven years of Methodist education at Wesley Girls' High School brought the soothing words of Edgar Page Stites back when I recently went through some difficult moments.
“I started this collaborative project with Cwesi Oteng and expected that everything would roll out smoothly. But just when plans to kick off were finalised, things changed.
"Basically, I had to trust God every moment, day by day and dig into my creative side while pulling myself out of pain to finally have this collaborative work," she said.
Explaining further, Kafui stated that “The additional portion of the hymn “I Will Lift my Eyes to Him” came to me as I called on Him to support me.
“In the midst of everything, we all see the silver lining. The young people especially need to have this to persevere and trust that God will give us hope extensively," she said.
Touching on the choice of Cwesi Oteng, she said he is one of the leading and willing artistes in the Gospel music industry in Ghana and Africa.
“It has been a very exciting learning experience working with an extensively experienced artiste like Minister Oteng," she added.
Kafui, who was nominated as the Youth Ambassador for Construction by AGI Construction Sector and is well-known for her passion for the development of the youth especially in the construction sector explained her love for music.
"Music: I love singing! It is my creative side; It enables me to express myself, and faith. My late dad exposed us all to different genres of music and that has helped me a lot. I thank God for the gift."