Me Wo Gyedi I Have Faith
Joycelyn started singing in a Church youth choir when she was at the age of 9 year old. When asked to describe herself, Joycelyn Baddoo says that she is 'a heartfelt singer, you can feel all the passion and love I have for Christ when I am singing.' THE ALBUM - 'Me Wo Gyedi' - This is an album that will blow your mind and lift you up physically and spiritually - it's so inspirational. The beat is danceable; the lyrics are comforting, full of anointing and healing to the core of your soul. This is a MUST HAVE in a music library. 'You need to listen to it yourself'. The album consist of 10 great songs and each track is a hit - check it out! Joycelyn dedicated the CD to all victims of rape, abuse, battered women and orphans in the world and she encourages them to hang in and have 'Faith' for God has heard their cry and He's able to change their condition beyond measure. The album opens with 'Me Wo Gyedi' (I have faith) 'I have faith that my God is able to do it'. The second track is medley, 'Ataa Daniel', it says (Daniel don't be afraid) this is a bouncy, congregational praise song, mostly in unison. Track three is 'Adea Yesu Aye Amame', which says (What the Lord Has Done For Me). As I am living under the dispensation of God's grace, it is imperative that I praise him. Track four is 'Onyame Hwan Kora Na Esewo', that is (Lord Who Can Be Compared Unto You). No one can be compared unto this great God; there's none before Him, neither after him; He's a prayer answering God; therefore, I will praise him. Track five say 'Open My Eyes Lord' (Lord, open my eyes to see and my heart to know you more). Track six, 'Your Grace' (Your grace is sufficient for me and your word has been made perfectly in my weakness) when all hope is gone - know that He's always a phone call away. Track seven 'Have Your Way' (Father, you know my troubles and my pain; my life is in your hands; have your way). Track eight 'I Love Him' (He's a wonderful man and his name is Jesus; I love him). Track nine, 'I Will Lift up My Eyes' (I will lift up my eyes unto the hills; where my help will come from; from him my way maker). Finally, the last track is ' Yehowa Gye Me Kwalo' which says (The Lord is my Shepherd I shall not want). Track 1, 2, 3, 4, 8 and 9 are danceable, high-geared church-beat; 5, 6, 7 are mid-tempo worship and track 10 is a slow melodious acoustic trumpet. A note from an audien Congratulations! Congratulations!! Congratulations!!! I am a music lover and have been to few 'Launchings' but your CD launching was spectacular. I had a very good evening and to be honest with you, the other artists who came to back you up were also wonderful. Your showmanship and floor display was perfect. I mean you were a SMASH and the words of the songs were encouraging and easy to dance to. Simply put, "IT WAS A SUCCESS", and I was honored to be part of your SHOW. God bless you and anoint you more to write more wonderful songs to glorify his name. Peter.