I set the pace for others to follow – Empress Gifty on artists’ extravagant entrances to concerts


Empress Gifty Pledges to Shine Brighter than Diana Asamoah and MOG Music at ‘The Resurrection Effect Concert’ (TREC)

In a recent interview on Joy Prime’s Prime Morning, Empress Gifty unveiled her ambitious goals for the upcoming ‘The Resurrection Effect Concert’ (TREC), promising to surpass the performances of fellow gospel artists Diana Asamoah and MOG Music.

With the event scheduled for April, she aims to captivate Ghanaians with unmatched music and stage presentations.

“I want to appear from under the land. For me, I add art to my ministrations so people always know that about Empress, and this year I’m just going to blow their minds. I’m going overboard, not the regular thing,” she declared.

Recognizing the buzz surrounding artists like Diana Asamoah and MOG Music for their concert performances, Empress Gifty declared her determination to establish a new benchmark with TREC’24, confidently asserting, “I set the pace for the rest to follow.”

Set for April 1 at Living Faith Ministries in Ashaley Botwe, the concert will showcase acts including MOG Music, Akesse Brempong, ACP Kofi Sarpong, and Kofi Owusu Peprah.

Promising a spiritually enriching experience themed ‘He has Risen,’ the event is expected to last approximately five hours.


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