It’s been long since gospel artiste Bro Philemon, one of the renowned gospel artistes from Ghana, released any song, album or music video.
Remember back in 2015 when he released ‘Me Da W’ase’ and ‘All The Glory’ of his upcoming album, now Bro Philemon is giving fans 3 brand new video titled ‘All Glory’, ‘Guan Hwe Fo’ and ‘The Song & The Dance‘ featuring Jeremy Rayborn Hall.
Bro Philemon could be remembered singles for – ‘Mo Bo Wo Dzin’, ‘I Am Thirsty’, ‘Ohen A Oreba’ and ‘Jesus Wo M’afa’ which rocked airwaves and made him a popular house hold name making him win awards such as All Africa Music Awards Nigeria (2014), Africa Gospel Music Awards UK (2014), 2014 Africa Gospel Music Awards Winner UK – Artist of the Year North Africa/Middle East/Asia, Shine Awards 2018 (Foreign Based Ghanaian Artiste) and more.
After 3 years of absence in the gospel sector arena, aside from dropping 3 music videos, Bro Philemon is planning to release “Best of the Best collection” album before the end of the year as free downloads for his fans worldwide
Even though the musician cum business has been quiet, he has been working with few international artists from USA, UK and Philippines as well.
Also, the new Bro Philemon would be releasing music that motivates and inspires but have that same base of a gospel song that people can appreciate spiritually and emotionally.
“It is all about God’s love and my life experience in the musical journey. He helped me cope with the obstacles I met as I tried to make a breakthrough in the music industry”, he said.
Bro. Philemon (Ishmael Philemon Ackon) aside from being a gospel musician is a family man, performer, songwriter and producer, businessman, CEO of P&D MPC HK CO. LTD (based in Hong Kong) as well as Philemon’s Supply Management SZ Co. Ltd (based in Shenzhen, China) and also a popular figure in Western Region of Ghana to be precise Takoradi.
When an artist such Bro Philemon has good talent, it is easy to recapture the people with his state of the art music videos, so prepare yourself for the return of Bro Philemon to our airwaves, tabloids and social media feeds.