Ghanaian gospel recording artiste and songwriter Cwesi Oteng will host the taping of his new album on the 15th of September 2017.

The Award-winning contemporary artiste will showcase a life recording of various songs in this event.

“This is not a concert. It’s a video shoot & live audio recording of an entirely new wave of songs. I am looking forward to do it with you”

The singer whose real name is Hermon Cyrus Kwesi Nhyira Oteng further explained that that the event will serve as a video shoot.

The singer who is also a youth pastor, creative director, conference speaker and a youth advocate took to Instagram to invite his followers to his event at the ‘First Love Centre’.

“It’s took a while but glad we here! You are humbly invited to the Live Taping of my new album this Fri,15th Sep., 2017 at the @firstlovecentre.

*This is not a formal concert but an unusual live recording of all songs on the album on stage plus videos with audience engagement.”


Music reflects his passion, soul and drive- creative blend of cross-cultural African and western rhythms, contemporary elements and dynamic vocals laced with powerful thought-provoking messages revealing the rare anointing on him.

Cwesi recounts a testimony giving his life to Christ as a teenager and consequently being drawn to the things of God particularly church music thereafter.

This lead to over a decade of service, learning and preparation in his local church (Tema Community 8 Lighthouse Chapel Church, Ghana) as a worship leader and music director before making a ministry debut as a solo artiste in 2008 with his ‘Blessed Are They’ album.

True to this, ever since receiving the inspiration from God to re-brand and re-structure his music and ministry, impacting young people as another focus and embarking on charity works in 2010, a new chapter began in Cwesi’s ministry.

He has been garnering attention all over the world for his passionate, creative and quality music that has life changing messages particularly after releasing his inspiring hit single ‘Mercy (But for Your Mercy)’, plus it’s video in 2010.

Some of the honors received recently include:
*Multiple nominations at the 2011 Africa Gospel Music Awards (including Best Gospel Video & Discovery of the Year)

*Best New Artiste of the Year at the 2011 Ghana Gospel Industry Awards (he had multiple nominations here too)

*’Best Gospel Video’ at the 2011 Vodafone-4syte Music Video Awards, Ghana.

*‘Best Lyrics for a Most Wanted Song’ award at the Christian Community’s 2011 Most Wanted Contemporary Gospel Music Awards held in February.