Multiple award-winning gospel musician Ohemaa Mercy has officially launched her recording and rehearsal studio, Royalty Music Studio, Online Gospel Radio and an Online Television.

The event witnessed performance from young gospel singer , Niiella, O.J and Piesie Esther.

The beautiful and well equipped Studio is located on  the Spintex Road adjacent to the Zenith Bank in Accra.

Mr Twum-Ampofo detailing why the recording studio was established disclosed that her wife had always dreamt of setting up a recording studio to help the gospel music industry. He added that this new project will help project the ministry of God.

O.J, SP Kofi Sarpong, Piesie Esther, Diana Hamilton, Mabel Okyere, Patience Nyarko, Abena Ruthy , Rev and Mrs Lamptey graced the occasion with their Presence.

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.

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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 Agyekum Kufuor.

In 2010–11 Ohemaa released her third album, Wobeye Kese, which again was the highest selling album and topped all the major chat shows in the country. Four months after its release this album again won her four nominations at the 2014 Ghana Music Awards.

She won the Gospel Artiste of the year and in Canada the same year was Gospel Artiste of the Year-Canada.  She was nominated the Best Female Artiste West Africa the same year for the Africa Gospel Music awards in London.

Ohemaa Mercy has performed on major platforms with electrifying performances that have earned her a huge fun base, not only for the love of her music but also for her stage performances. Ohemaa has shared the stage with renowned international artistes such as Andrae Crouch, Israel Houton, Don Moen, Darwin Hobbs, Juanita Bynum, Kirk Franklin, Fred Hammond, to mention a few. With her latest album Aforebo, Ohemaa Mercy has six successful albums to her credit.

Royalty Music Studios and Royalty Music, a record label are all under Royalty Group of Companies.

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