Contemporary Gospel singer Omari Frimpong has been announced among performers for this year’s edition of the prestigious Next Generation Gospel Ministers Concert.
Slated for May 20 at the First Love Centre – Legon, it sees the MOGYA singer perform alongside other shining faces in the gospel industry as Royal Chris, Carl Clottey, Naa Kronkron, Japhet Adjetey, Curtis Quarcoo, PK Thompson, Musele Mensah, Bernard Franklyn, Brian Kuffour, Jormobi, Maame Efua Acquah, Stephanie Adenyo, Douglas Opoku Konadu, Tosin Tunes, Adwobi Tagoe, Lady Osborn, among a host of others.
Put together by KC Entertainment and Footprints TV, the event has, in previous editions, featured now prominent faces as VGMA Artist of the Year Joe Mettle, Kobby Mantey,Akesse Brempong, Niiella, Joycelyn Armah, and Ps Dzifa.
A free event, this year’s edition is themed “Celebration of Glory”, and will see the prolific Omari Kissi lead all gathered into the very presence of God.
Listen to MOGYA, the latest piece of Omari’s forthcoming EP below:
Omari Kissi Jnr is a new contemporary gospel artist from Ghana. Serving for 6 year under Rev Denzel Agyemang- Prempeh as background singer with Heartbeat Music, Omari has been privileged to work with all the contemporary gospel greats in Ghana.
Following earlier collaborations with Rev Denzel, Pastor Emmit and Nyamekye Zionite, Omari stepped into his own and released his first single entitled ‘Give Thanks’ on the 26th of August 2016 under the VI Music (his record label at the time).
The song has received warm reception on national radio stations and has become a favorite among contemporary gospel lovers. His unique voice and impressive delivery in ‘Give Thanks’ has made the song a staple on college campuses and among youth in Ghana.
Omari also ministers across the country, singing his own music as well as leading many believers in worship, fulfilling his purpose of bringing Ghanaian youth closer to God.
His new single, MOGYA, a song celebrating the work of blood of Jesus has taken off a new favourite contemporary gospel music lovers.