FAFFA, one of Ghana’s well-sought-after Urban gospel artiste, has again, released another sublime record titled ‘Ewo Koe Nye Mawu’ embedded on a reggae rhythm.
Largely known for composing preternatural lyrics on Afropop/Hiphop beats, FAFFA varies her rhythm this time with a reposeful reggae rhythm – set in her usual dulcet voice that gives the spirit-soul its physical comfiness.
FAFFA has indeed proven that she’s mastered her craft to an adaptable demesne. This confirms why she considers working with some Jamaican gospel artistes a necessary move – surely, a future reggae-dancehall album is most likely. Enjoy ‘Ewo Koe Nye Mawu’ by FAFFA:
In another development, FAFFA, who is also a humanist, is poised to visiting the ‘Village of Hope Orphanage’ on the Bojo Beach Road to fraternize with the inmates come November 4, 2017 – a day which marks her Birthday.
According to her, she will be singing as well as interact with the inmates to inspire hope, confidence, positivity and a dose of piety in them. Her visit to the orphanage is on the ticket of MA Love Foundation set up by Rev. Mike Abossey, whose birthday also falls on November 2, 2017. Rev. Mike Abossey is the Host of ‘’The Reason Is Jesus’’ on Joy 99.7fm.
FAFFA hopes to collaborate with Caribbean, American, South African and other African gospel artistes.
FAFFA has shared stage with equally esteemed Urban gospel musicians like: Nii Okai, Daniel Nettey (late), Cwesi Oteng, Joe Mettle, Becky Bonney, Helen Yawson, Marko, Episode, to name a few. She has also played with the Big Hills Band, Patch Bay Band and other bands as well.
FAFFA doubles as a voice-over professional – credited with works on: Life Walk, Greater Works, Joy FM Sweeps, Coffee Coffee, Pathway for Success [an audio series by Dr Mensa Otabil] and still considers voice-over deals.
Her musical influences are: Tracy Chapman, Yolanda Adams, Chevelle Franklin, Nicole C Mullen, Cece Winans, Bob Marley, Mary J Blige, Tanya Stephens, Zahara, Mary Mary, Kojo Antwi, Chronix, Lauryn Hill and Etana.
What is latest again? FAFFA has also one of her songs ‘Make Me Wanna’ nominated in the ‘Best Hip Pop Song of the Year’ 2017 category in the National Gospel Music Awards.