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Photos+Video :Joyce Blessing’s Invigorative Live Performance Saved Gospel Musicians At The SConcert

Yesterday, 1st December ,2017 sawmost of the mainstream musicians in Ghana parade spectacular stage artistryto the mammoth patrons who trooped in to Accra Sports Stadium to witness the 2017 “Neon” edition of the SConcert.
Organized and spearheaded  by EIB Network and Bola Ray, the show witnessed only two gospel musicians amidst the numerous secular musicians  who thrilled fans present to their gratification.
Joyce Blessing happens to fall in the category of artistes who delivered a galvanizing and rejuvenating artistry with  live performance. According to patrons, the Zylofon Music gospel crooner stands out as the only gospel artiste  who appeased the hearts of the many fans who were present at the stadium as they verbalized how gratified and  assuaged  they were  with her powerful,energetic and commanding performance, hellogh.com can confirm.
In a one-on- one chats with some of the patrons present at the stadium ,they divulged that the Agyebum singer has really disabused the perception they had that gospel musicians are boring on stage when they saw the mammoth crowd sing and dance along with her performance. They said Joyce Blessing is different altogether and that her energetic delivery really earned some new fans and respect not only for herself but gospel fraternity as a whole.
Joyce Blessing commenced her performance with her “Heavy Price” single and ended with Lil Win’s gospel “Ladder” song.
Other artistes who perfectly rocked the stage include ; Edem, Stonebwoy, Kuami Eugene, Shattawale ,Obibini, Kumi Guitar, Kidi, and others.
The fun at the  SConcert will definitely be a nostalgic experience which will  arguably be very difficult for its witnesses to forget.
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