Posted: Tuesday 12th August 2014 at 8:14 am

Rose Adjei Has Come To Stay— Says Ernest Ennin

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Ernest Kwasi Ennin, the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Media Excel Music Production, has predicted a huge success for the upcoming gospel music star, Rose Adjei, whose eight track album is yet to be released soon.

He disclosed that Rose Adjei’s eight track album titled God’s Favour, which features Opiesie Esther and other gospel artistes, has hit tracks such as ‘Nyame Ye’, ‘Agya W’ahwe Me So’, ‘Adom’ and ‘Wose Ayeyi’, adding, ‘The album is made up of educative and soul-winning songs and they offer great inspiration to all Christians.’

Ernest Kwasi Ennin stressed that with her presence in the music scene; Rose would take the gospel music industry to another level and would also run things in a different dimension with support from Media Excel Production.

The CEO also believes that Rose Adjei’s music has come at the right time to heal Ghana from its depressing moments because

‘Rose is an anointed singer. She has made a tremendous impact in motivating and inspiring so many people, both in and out of the church. She’s been in the gospel music industry for the past decade and has dedicated her whole life and music to God to show appreciation for what He has done and continues to do for her.’

Ernest Kwasi Ennin in an exclusive interview disclosed that his outfit has established a vibrant global distribution network which, according to him, would ensure that the works of the artistes on his label get to the market place.

Briefing BEATWAVES on his distribution network, Ernest disclosed that distribution is one of his mainstay activities and over the years, he has initiated partnerships with other distributors from some selected African countries who handle works of his artistes and other Ghanaian musicians, adding, ‘Our goal is to become one of the top professional events and marketing companies in Ghana and in Africa and also to provide already-made market for artistes and musicians in Ghana and Africa.’

AS part of his efforts to promote Ghanaian gospel music on the continent and beyond, Ernest would be travelling to some European countries to negotiate for marketing and distribution avenues for Ghanaian musical works as a starting line for creation of available market for Ghanaian musicians.

Kwasi Ennin and his Media Excel company have been the brain behind the success of many gospel musicians in Ghana, such as Stella Seal, Georgia Adjei, Azigiza Junior, Piesie Esther, Gifty Osei, Cecilia Marfo, Lizzy Okrah, Princess Ivy, Joe Dee Owusu, Supt Kofi Sarpong, Wind Afrique Band, Tongues Of Fire, Bernice Offei and many other great talents in Ghana and abroad.

  By George Clifford Owusu ([email protected])
 
 
 
 
 

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