The Christian race can only be completed with total obedience to God’s word and fervent prayer and gospel artiste Evans Forson is committed to helping Christians achieve the best on earth and in heaven.
After about 2 years of a successful music career since he released his first album, Nyame Ye, Forson has re-emerged with a second hit, Dzi Dew.
Evans is typically noted for his prayerful, cool worship songs which he said are meant to edify the soul and help the children of God have an effective communion with Him.
Dzi Dew is an album which exposes the maturity and improvement of Evans’ style as a musician but still maintains the cool-meditative worship nature that the artiste is noted for. Dzi Dew,which means “rejoice”, is a slow-paced song which says it all.
The album opens with a cool instrumental introduction of the popular hymn Take My Life and Let It Be. The sound effects are beautifully programmed and could easily invoke the spirit of God when listened to prayerfully.
Thanks is more of a prayer than a song though it contains instrumentals of some Ghanaian worship tunes. Instead of singing, Evans takes us through a long prayer session while the instrumental plays in the background.
Mensuro is sang in a slow-paced worship vein vein to make the listener meditate on the encouraging lyrics of the singer who clearly reiterates the need for Christians to be bold and never fear so long as God is with them.
The message in Mensuro is further embellished with more encouraging words in Banbofo which means “God our protector”.
The album also has Awuradze Asor, N’adoye, Ased, Agyenkwa, I’ll Say Yes and I Believe.
Evans Forson is a product of the Konongo-Odumase secondary School and decided to pursue music since he discovered that talent at a very young age when he sang in the choir at the Christ Apostolic Church, Kumasi. His first break at professional music came when an elder in his church sponsored the release of his first album, Nyame Ye and he has never looked back since.
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