Thousands of worshippers last Sunday joined Gospel Musician Ohemaa Mercy to praise the name of God at the 4th Edition of her annual Tehillah Experience.
The event saw performances Francis Amo, Ceccey Twum, Esther Nyamekye, Edler Mireku, Mary Ghansah, Nhyira Betty, Ramsey.
Among the several known faces who throng to the ICGC Calvary Temple to support the Aseda hitmaker were SP Kofi Sarpong, Cwesi Oteng, Opisie Esther and Sound Engineer Kaywa.
The general overseer of the Royal House Chapel International Rev Sam Korankye Ankrah and Prophet Emmanuel Badu Kobi graced the occasion.
The event was put together by the Ohemaa Mercy Ministries and Powered by Royalty Music and Unique Brands Communication.
Ohemaa Mercy released her first album in the latter part of November 2004. Entitled Adamfo Papa, the album enjoyed massive airplay after its release, which brought Ohemaa into the limelight. She won seven nominations for the 2006 Ghana Music Awards but did not win any of the awards. She later won the Discovery of the year for the Gospel Music Awards the same year.
In 2007, the gospel minister released her second album, Edin Jesus. Ohemaa Mercy sold 875,000 copies six months after releasing the second album making it the best-selling album of the year.
The Edin Jesus album gave Ohemaa Mercy 10 nominations for the 2008 Ghana Music Awards. This was the highest number of nominations so far in the history of the awards scheme. At the event, she managed to take home three awards: Gospel Artiste of the Year, Album of the Year and Gospel Album of The Year. In the same year, she won a Grand Medal During the National Honours Award from the ex-President of Ghana, John Kufuor.