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Ras Kuuku’s ‘Me Mpaebo’ is one of the best Ghanaian gospel songs in history – Ohemaa Mercy » ™

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Gospel star Ohemaa Mercy of Ghana has gushed over the “Me Mpaebo” song by reggae/dancehall star Kojo Kurankye, also known as Ras Kuuku.

Ohemaa Mercy said that “Me Mpaebo,” written by Ras Kuuku, is a gospel song, not a secular one, in an interview with the well-known presenter Doreen Avio on Hitz FM’s Daybreak Hitz.

This award-winning gospel singer claims that the song, originally performed by a reggae/dancehall artist, is really a powerful praying hymn.

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The former VGMA Reggae/Dancehall artist of the year was really making a prayer to God in his music, as she disclosed.

According to her own words, “Ras Kuuku’s Me Mpaebo is a gospel song. This music serves as an intercessory prayer. As we speak, he is on his knees, praying to the Lord.

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In 2020, Ras Kuuku released “Me Mpaebo,” which is widely regarded as one of his finest musical efforts; ten years later, he remains at the top of his game as a recording artist.

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