Award winning Gospel singer Ohemaa Mercy’s annual Tehillah Experience concert comes off at the International Central Gospel Church (ICGC) Calvary Temple, Spintex Road-Accra .
The concert will also see Veteran gospel musician Elder Mireku, Francis Amo, Ceccy Twum, Cecilia Marfo, Bro. Philemon, Minister Ramzy and Uncle Ato.
The August 6 event will be the fourth edition and dubbed the Cross Effect is expected to attract a wide variety of patrons to worship the Lord.
Mr. Twum Ampofo, CEO of Royalty Music and Unique Brands Communication organisers of the worship concert explains that Tehillah as “praise, adoration and thanksgiving” and assures that the concert is designed to fulfill the spiritual needs of people.
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.