Isaiah Fosu Kwakye, a pastor and gospel singer is excited about the release of ‘Glorify Your Name’ by Barry Neequaye.
He said the song has come at the right of the season, “When people can have intimate times of worship.”
Neequaye released ‘Glorify Your Name’ last Thursday, and according to him, it is a song that he “received in a time of prayer and intimacy with God.”
He added, “I believe God wants to draw His people deeper into genuine fellowship with this song.
“In this time where other names such as Corona have dominated the airwaves, ‘Glorify Your Name’ is a call to exalt the name Jesus in our hearts and lives.”
Barry Neequaye has been in music ministry since his secondary school days in 2007.
Since then, he has worked in the field of music and ministry in different ways, across different educational institutions and religious organisations.
He has released two music albums under the record label Glory House Records and is set to release a third, with ‘Glorify Your Name’, being the first single ahead of the album.
Barry and his team, The Kingdom Vessels have organised events where they have been making efforts to encourage people to turn their hearts to God.
Their new release is available on all major digital platforms such as iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon, Tidal, Spotify, among others.
The song is also available for free download.
Barry Neequaye is currently serving as a pastor and member of the choir at Zion Impact Ministries.
- Video of unknown driver driving dangerously in Accra goes viral
- Police arrest man driving dangerously in viral video
- Reckless driver in viral video to appear in court on Monday
- Colombia’s most wanted drug lord Otoniel captured
- Iranian governor slapped in the face during public speech
- NCA backtracks on Radio Gold, others not having their original frequencies
- Assistant police chief claims she was told to get abortion to keep her job
- CAF Champions League: Hearts of Oak poised to make history ahead of second leg against Wydad
- CAF Champions League: Hearts of Oak drop to Confederations Cup after being thrashed by Wydad
- Why Kenyan churches are banning politicians from pulpits
Manchester United 0-5 Liverpool: ‘This was a terrible mismatch and Solskjaer has to take blame?’
Today’s front pages: Monday, October 25, 2021
37th ICAG Graduation Ceremony: female UEW graduate adjudged overall best candidate
Komenda Sugar Factory: Alan Kyerematen never sold land to “Akpeteshie Distillers” – Trade Ministry
3 in Police custody for faking kidnapping incident in Takoradi
Spectacular and elusive Shelley’s eagle-owl rediscovered in Atewa Forest
Wielding guns in public without permit prohibited by law – Agortey
I love security issues – Henry Quartey on why he didn’t want to be Greater Accra Regional Minister
CAF Champions League: Hearts of Oak drop to Confederations Cup after being thrashed by Wydad
AWCON Qualifiers: Black Queens beat Nigeria in Accra but Super Falcons advance
Playback: The Probe discusses Operation Clean Your Frontage
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer ‘won’t give up’ after Manchester United thrashing by Liverpool
Real Madrid win fourth consecutive El Clasico as Alaba scores in victory against Barcelona
Agric Minister stopped my bid to introduce fertiliser manufacturing plant – Entrepreneur
Samuel Dowuona: Facebook outage; a single-point-of-failure lesson for Ghana