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Daughters of Glorious Jesus

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Daughters of Glorious Jesus (DoG-J) is a veteran Ghanaian gospel group formed in 1989. The trio musical group is composed of Cynthia Appiadu as the lead singer, Edna Sarpong and Monica Owusu Ansah. They sing in English and Twi. With over fifty songs DoG-J are recognised as having the most number of songs by a Ghanaian Gospel Artist. They released their maiden album Anwanwa Do in 1990, which gained them prominence throughout Ghana. As of 2019, they had realised 12 albums. The trio celebrated their 30th Anniversary in the Ghanaian music industry in 2019.

Many of DoG-J’s Songs became very popular and trendy on social media in line with a great number of streaming and downloads on Boomplay.

Career
Daughters Of Glorious Jesus started as part of the choir of Resurrection Power and Living Bread Ministries then headed by the Rev. Akwasi Amoako in 1987. Later, the General Overseer of the Church, Bishop Akwasi Asare Bediako, saw their potential and encouraged them to form a group in 1989. The group proceeded to sing at church crusades and conventions.

In 1990, their first album ‘Anwanwa Din’ was released. In 1991, they released ‘Mebo Yesu Din Daa’ which won them the Entertainment and Critics Association of Ghana award for Best Gospel Group in 1992. They followed it up with a remix of their maiden album, ‘Anwanwa Din’. DoG-J released ‘Mesom Awurade Daa’ in 1994.

This album won Appiadu their award for Best Female Vocalist Award in 1996. Daughters Of Glorious Jesus then released ‘Asomdwe Hene, and ‘Ngyae Mpae Bo Da’, which featured Sarpong as the lead vocalist.

In 1996, they released Asomdwe Hene album. In an interview in May 2019, they recounted how before of that album they nearly died whilst on a crusade with Resurrection Power and Living Bread Ministry in Walewale in the then Northern Region, they nearly drowned in the Black Volta after a canoe they occupied tipped over, fortunately for them they were saved by divers from a nearby town. In 2000, the hit album ‘Nea yehu’ was released.

The album got the group nominations at the 2001 Ghana Music Awards, and 2003 Ghana Gospel Music Awards. In 2003, they released their most successful album; ‘Aseda’ which had all eight tracks on it enjoying massive airplay. The album won the group at a ceremony in Accra the Our Music Award for 2003. In 2004, ‘Aseda’ swept five awards at the Ghana Music Awards, the most to have been swept by a gospel artist on one awards night.

It was also the first time a gospel artist won any of the three top awards. With ‘Aseda’, DoG-J took two awards at the 2004 Ghana Gospel Music Awards. The video for ‘Bebre’ won them the Best Gospel Video Award at the 2010 4syte Music Video awards. In 2007, they came out with ‘Daughters’ Praise’ vol. 1 and 2, which comprised revised renditions of some of their old songs.

In 2009, the much awaited ‘Trimude’ was released. In 2019, the trio launched their 30th anniversary to mark 3 decades of starting their musical career and the impact their ministry had made of lives dubbed the Glorious 30 anniversary, as part of the anniversary the group celebrated with activities including a gala dubbed the Glorious 30 Gala Glorious 30 Gala and Dinner, concerts across the country including Daughters Tribute Concert, musical tours across Ghana dubbed Glorious 30 Tour, sanitation campaigns, orphanages visits and others. By 2020, they had released 12 albums.

Achievements
The group launched a book titled ''Our Story'' in September 2019. The bible which encapsulate their journey to stardom has 229 book pages and features nine chapters, titled; Five Little Voices, Resurrection Power, The Mentor, Don’t Mind for T’adi, The Wonderful Name, All things Shall Be Added, Light Affliction, These Signs Shall Follow Them and Besides Every Successful Woman.

As part of the groups anniversary the group launched a foundation called the Daughters 3 Foundation, a non-governmental organization (NGO) to help the less privileged in the society. Follow Boomplay and keep up-to-date with the latest songs of Daughters of Glorious Jesus and information.

Daughters Of Glorious Jesus’s Songs
• Bebre
• Yesu Mo
• Wo Ntaban
• Adedie
• Aseda Ben
• Edin No
• Wo So
• Ayeyi Ben
• Odo Ben Ni
• Odomfo
• Okokroko
• Onokwafo Nyame
• Mebo Wo Din Daa

DoG-J’s Songs are included in Boomplay music playlists. Search, stream, and download DoG-J’s Songs, her latest singles and albums in MP3 only on the Boomplay platform for free.
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Daughters of Glorious Jesus

Daughters of Glorious Jesus (DoG-J) is a veteran Ghanaian gospel group formed in 1989. The trio musical group is composed of Cynthia Appiadu as the lead singer, Edna Sarpong and Monica Owusu Ansah. They sing in English and Twi. With over fifty songs DoG-J are recognised as having the most number of songs by a Ghanaian Gospel Artist. They released their maiden album Anwanwa Do in 1990, which gained them prominence throughout Ghana. As of 2019, they had realised 12 albums. The trio celebrated their 30th Anniversary in the Ghanaian music industry in 2019.

Many of DoG-J’s Songs became very popular and trendy on social media in line with a great number of streaming and downloads on Boomplay.

Career
Daughters Of Glorious Jesus started as part of the choir of Resurrection Power and Living Bread Ministries then headed by the Rev. Akwasi Amoako in 1987. Later, the General Overseer of the Church, Bishop Akwasi Asare Bediako, saw their potential and encouraged them to form a group in 1989. The group proceeded to sing at church crusades and conventions.

In 1990, their first album ‘Anwanwa Din’ was released. In 1991, they released ‘Mebo Yesu Din Daa’ which won them the Entertainment and Critics Association of Ghana award for Best Gospel Group in 1992. They followed it up with a remix of their maiden album, ‘Anwanwa Din’. DoG-J released ‘Mesom Awurade Daa’ in 1994.

This album won Appiadu their award for Best Female Vocalist Award in 1996. Daughters Of Glorious Jesus then released ‘Asomdwe Hene, and ‘Ngyae Mpae Bo Da’, which featured Sarpong as the lead vocalist.

In 1996, they released Asomdwe Hene album. In an interview in May 2019, they recounted how before of that album they nearly died whilst on a crusade with Resurrection Power and Living Bread Ministry in Walewale in the then Northern Region, they nearly drowned in the Black Volta after a canoe they occupied tipped over, fortunately for them they were saved by divers from a nearby town. In 2000, the hit album ‘Nea yehu’ was released.

The album got the group nominations at the 2001 Ghana Music Awards, and 2003 Ghana Gospel Music Awards. In 2003, they released their most successful album; ‘Aseda’ which had all eight tracks on it enjoying massive airplay. The album won the group at a ceremony in Accra the Our Music Award for 2003. In 2004, ‘Aseda’ swept five awards at the Ghana Music Awards, the most to have been swept by a gospel artist on one awards night.

It was also the first time a gospel artist won any of the three top awards. With ‘Aseda’, DoG-J took two awards at the 2004 Ghana Gospel Music Awards. The video for ‘Bebre’ won them the Best Gospel Video Award at the 2010 4syte Music Video awards. In 2007, they came out with ‘Daughters’ Praise’ vol. 1 and 2, which comprised revised renditions of some of their old songs.

In 2009, the much awaited ‘Trimude’ was released. In 2019, the trio launched their 30th anniversary to mark 3 decades of starting their musical career and the impact their ministry had made of lives dubbed the Glorious 30 anniversary, as part of the anniversary the group celebrated with activities including a gala dubbed the Glorious 30 Gala Glorious 30 Gala and Dinner, concerts across the country including Daughters Tribute Concert, musical tours across Ghana dubbed Glorious 30 Tour, sanitation campaigns, orphanages visits and others. By 2020, they had released 12 albums.

Achievements
The group launched a book titled ''Our Story'' in September 2019. The bible which encapsulate their journey to stardom has 229 book pages and features nine chapters, titled; Five Little Voices, Resurrection Power, The Mentor, Don’t Mind for T’adi, The Wonderful Name, All things Shall Be Added, Light Affliction, These Signs Shall Follow Them and Besides Every Successful Woman.

As part of the groups anniversary the group launched a foundation called the Daughters 3 Foundation, a non-governmental organization (NGO) to help the less privileged in the society. Follow Boomplay and keep up-to-date with the latest songs of Daughters of Glorious Jesus and information.

Daughters Of Glorious Jesus’s Songs
• Bebre
• Yesu Mo
• Wo Ntaban
• Adedie
• Aseda Ben
• Edin No
• Wo So
• Ayeyi Ben
• Odo Ben Ni
• Odomfo
• Okokroko
• Onokwafo Nyame
• Mebo Wo Din Daa

DoG-J’s Songs are included in Boomplay music playlists. Search, stream, and download DoG-J’s Songs, her latest singles and albums in MP3 only on the Boomplay platform for free.

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    Leticia Rahpaelz

    l always sing their songs at church and i really love them,i always feel emotional when ever i sing their song,am little bless raphealz,i wish i will meet them one day,cos they are truly the voice from heaven.
    Ghana

    Ugwuanyi Chidera en76h

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    Nigeria

    Everything Psyche

    i Always come here to ur channel wen i am sad,,,thanks for ur songs
    Ghana

    Vera Dantes

    Wonderful
    Ghana

    ePixhoDe_hornß

    May God bless you ❤️
    Ghana

    Pomaa Naomi

    amazing song
    Ghana

    Richard Amoateng Kofi

    Aseda brutal
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    Russajx0y

    amazing
    Ghana

    Morgan Horgan

    my love ones
    Nigeria

    2267

    my favorite ones
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