Musician and songwriter, Irene Logan has released her debut single as a gospel singer titled, ‘More’.
The newly converted gospel artiste says the single is a prophetic worship song about purpose and yearning for more of Jesus Christ.
Irene sees ‘More’ as truly personal for her. According to her, the track was gifted to her by the Holy Spirit during her period of surrender and wait.
She shot to fame on a popular music reality show, ‘Stars of the Future,’ back in 2006 and has since thrilled Ghanaians with an array of chart-topping tracks.
Irene, however, went on a hiatus in the past two years but is back in a different fashion.
The secular artiste turned gospel opened up on Joy FM about her cigarette addiction and battle with depression at the prime of her career.
“My journey in the public eye started in 2006 when I took part in the ‘Stars of the Future’ competition. I was young; I think I was about 22 years thereabouts, and I so badly wanted to fit in as an only child.
“I had grown up in a Christian home, and I wanted to explore the world, so that steered me away from my true calling,” Irene Logan explained how she got into the cigarette addiction.”
Speaking on ‘The Reason is Jesus’ on Sunday, the ‘Runaway’ hitmaker said the addictions altered part of her life during her mid-20s.
In a press release, the singer expressed hope that the single will be a blessing to listeners, restore the brokenness lift up the name of God.
‘More’ is now available for download and streaming on all digital platforms.
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