Gospel musician, Lizzy Ntiamoah has been nominated for the “Female Artiste of the Year” category at the upcoming 24th Texas Gospel Music Excellence Awards which is scheduled to take place on February 24 -27, 2022 in Houston, Texas.
The gospel singer is competing with maestros such as Nigeria’s Mercy Chinwo and UK’s Keziah Job among other top acts who are equally poised to top the category.
Her recently released “Judah Mu Gyata” song propelled the gospel singer to grab the nomination whereas she has urged her fans to visit the official website to vote for her.
Meanwhile, voters are reminded to vote in each category of the award’s scheme for their ballots to be rendered valid before December 4, 2021.
Lizzy Ntiamoah is not a new face on the Gospel scene but her long hiatus after releasing three albums was for a good cause.
Spanning for about two decades, Lizzy Ntiamoah has been a lead singer in her church, Victory Bible Church International in Awoshie. Her service and song ministration in the church has gone a long way to help her home her craft in music as one of the finest gospel voices for the country.
Born as “Elizabeth Okrah” on October 26th, the ever-young singer is joyfully married with 2 children. She’s a graduate of Regent University of Science & Technology who pursued Banking & Finance after completing Trans Africa College.
The young gospel musician writes her own song and is very determined and committed to promoting God’s work with the power of her voice.
The angelic songbird who has just rebranded for the New Year is fired up to release a new song and video.
The gospel musician has since urged fans to vote for her and also follow her on her various social media platforms.
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