Spirit filled gospel songstress Louisa Annan as part of her passion for doing spirit filled songs is out with another exceptional single titled metrimu aye me dedeede which literally means ‘my soul is filled with joy and happiness’ or ‘my soul is gladdened in the Lord.’
The song noted for carrying an outstanding message, is the type of song one needs especially in these end times where most believers are discouraged and perplexed. It resonates the gospel according to Psalm 2: 8 that, they are heirs to the heavenly kingdom.
Aside the anointing her voice carries, it attenuates the burdens and stress of a believer as it comes with a danceable tune that helps in eliminating anxiety and once it is being listened to, one can feel the presence of God and a clear manifestation of His power. Rhythmically, it has so far one of the finest sounds any gospel artiste has ever come up with as it was produced by one of the finest young music producers Dr. Ray and mixed by Bodo Staiga of Germany.
Being under one of the best international record labels (Rhapsody Management, UK), Louisa Annan promises to take Ghana and the gospel music far with her singing prowess which is uniquely different from other female gospel musicians.
Metrimu aye me dedeede is currently out for grasps and can be accessed on the internet via citymusic.com, ICLOUDS and other download portals. Get this amazing and inspiring new song and keep your family and friends under the anointing and protection of God.
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