Veteran Gospel trio, Daughters of Glorious Jesus have shared their challenges regarding their thirty years of doing music.
In an interview, the celebrated gospel music trio disclosed that their music journey has been difficult as compared to now.
“30 years in the music industry has never been easy. We’ve really suffered, the journey hasn’t been easy at all.
“Today, gospel artistes are fortunate they receive tokens from church leaders after their performance for transport. Thirty years ago, we came to Accra to perform for a church and we were bid farewell without even our money for transport back to Kumasi.
“We’ve had so many challenges growing up as a group.” Daughters of Glorious Jesus told Zionfelix
The group disclosed that as part of commemorating their thirty years in music, they toured seven regions.
The gospel musicians, Daughters of Glorious Jesus who has been consistent in producing inspiring and authentic music said, “It’s been a glorious 30 years journey: To God be the glory”.
Daughters of Glorious Jesus recently released a new a track titled ‘Y’aseda Dwom‘.
The group that started as part of the Resurrection Power and Living Bread Ministries in 1987 is made up of Cynthia Appiadu (Lead Singer), Edna Sarpong and Monica Owusu Ansah.
They currently have 12 albums to their credit and are known for several hit songs including ‘Yesu Mo’, ‘Odomfo’, ‘Bebree’, ‘Woso’, ‘Adedie’, ‘Abba Father’ and ‘Yesu Fata Ayeyi.’
The multiple award-winning group released their debut album ‘Anwanwa Do’ in 1990 and in 2003 released another album which recounts their trials, tribulations and many miraculous deliverance from death titled ‘Aseda’.
Some of their hits include Mebo Wo Din Daa, Edin No, Asomdwoe Hene, Tumi Wo Mu, Fata Ayeyie, Ewurade, Yesu, Woye M’ade Nyinaa, Aseda Ben, Yeyi Waye, Okasa Preko, Fa Wasem To Awurade Anim, Momma Yenben Awurade, Odomfo, Onakwafo Nyame, etc.