A young and enterprising gospel music group, Skuulfuo, which announced its presence in the gospel music industry recently and has attracted a large following, is determined to use its music to promote the work of Christ.
The group has promised to motivate and inspire as many people as possible.
According to the members of the group, Adjah, Ama, Nana and Fii, they developed a strong passion for spreading the gospel of Christ through music, adding that their album was a delight to listen to as the lyrics focused on real life issues.
They noted that since music was good for the soul, it was their duty to compose music that would educate, entertain and encourage everybody, including the downhearted.
Nacy, one of Ghana’s enterprising sound engineers and music producers, is the brain behind the formation of the group.
As part of Nacy’s social responsibility, the award-winning sound engineer and musician who doubles as the president of No Tribe, put together the four talented musicians to make them stars.
According to Nana Kweku Osei aka Nacy, apart from No Tribe, he felt he could still help society by forming another group to create more awareness about the teachings of Christ, adding that Skuulfuo’s album, ‘Chapter One’, was receiving massive airplay on radio and television stations in the country.
Management of Skuulfuo is currently working tirelessly to launch the album and a concert to unveil the group.
The album is full of catchy, easy-to-sing-along-with tunes with immense commercial potential. It is set to create stiff competition for established artistes and groups, particularly those in the gospel music field.
The lyrics of the songs on the album are neatly arranged with sensational and inspirational rhythms, making the album unique and pleasing to the ear.
The group’s contribution to the music industry in Ghana would undoubtedly add to the rich repertoire of musical works that the country already has.
Skuulfo album is being distributed and marketed by award winning production firm Cebex productions.
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