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Efua Black’s ‘Amazing God’ Clinches Song of the Year at Western Gospel Awards (2023)


In a resounding victory at the recently concluded Western Gospel Awards held at the Word of Life Assemblies of God Church in Takoradi, the talented gospel artist Efua Black emerged triumphant as her latest single, “Amazing God,” secured the prestigious Song of the Year accolade.

The competition was fierce, with notable contenders vying for the coveted title in the same category. The nominees included Mable Love featuring Enoch Ewudzie with “Faithful,” Yvonne Menz with “Okokroko,” Navah with “Sore,” SK Frimpong presenting “African Praise Jama,” and Pascal Koomson with “Menkwagefo.”

However, it was Efua Black’s soul-stirring and uplifting anthem, “Amazing God,” that captured the hearts of the public and the awards committee, earning her the top spot in the Song of the Year category.

The Western Gospel Awards, organized by the prolific Ghana, celebrated excellence in gospel music, and Efua Black’s victory reflects not only her musical prowess but also the profound impact of “Amazing God” on the hearts and minds of listeners.

Known for her powerful vocals and inspirational lyrics, Efua Black has quickly become a rising star in the Takoradi gospel music scene. “Amazing God” is a testament to her dedication to spreading messages of hope, faith, and gratitude through her music.

As the news of her win spreads, fans and fellow artists alike are congratulating Efua Black on this well-deserved recognition. The success of “Amazing God” at the Western Gospel Awards marks a significant milestone in her burgeoning career and solidifies her position as a force to be reckoned with in the Ghanaian gospel music industry.

Listeners can experience the magic of “Amazing God” and join in the celebration of Efua Black’s achievement, as her music continues to inspire and uplift souls across the nation.


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