Ceccy Twum, the Ghanaian gospel singer, has claimed that her music career elevated after she was touched by the renowned and cute music group Daughters Of Glorious Jesus.
During a live interview with Roman Fada on Atinka FM on Sunday, the spectacular contemporary gospel singer revealed the news.
Many young musicians in the country were reportedly inspired by the talented and legendary gospel trio “directly or indirectly.”
Ceccy Twum claims that she developed a love for the Daughters Of Glorious Jesus at an early age and that her passion for them has only grown stronger since then.
After thanking her husband for his unwavering support, she went on to describe how important Daughters Of Glorious Jesus had been in her artistic journey.
The singer told Roman Fada about her first meeting with the renowned gospel music trio. Ceccy Twum got the pleasure to meet them during the premiere of their classic record, and it was an unforgettable experience.
She knelt in front of them, and each of them placed their hands on her and said encouraging things about her life and work.
She has been incredibly outstanding since her debut album, “Megyefo Ne Yesu,” was published in 2005.
The brand ‘Cecy Twum’ has a strong presence in Ghana and other areas of the world.
She has collaborated with world-renowned musicians from Ghana and other countries. Nathaniel Bassey, Sinach, Mercy Chinwo, and Frank Edwards, all from Nigeria, probably Africa’s largest music market, are among them.