Singer Irene Logan “struggles” with the desire to join the brotherhood that spreads the word of God through music, and after four years she finally seems to have been “arrested” by the Holy Spirit and she is giving full throttle to the gospel.
Irene, who is also a songwriter, heralds her connection to Christian music with her debut gospel song entitled More.
Recorded by Jonathan Kakraba and produced by Billy Selasie and Junior Boateng, More, which will be released on Sunday 29 August, speaks about Irene’s personal struggles before she surrenders to God.
According to her, More was given to her by the Holy Spirit on a flight from New York to South Africa.
“I gave up about four years ago and answered my call, but had to wait and stand still for two years. I spent time praying and developing an intimate relationship with the Holy Spirit. I’ve had moments of depression, but I’m glad God came into my situation.
“I just wanted to be sure that what I was feeling was from God and got the inspiration to write throne room songs. All these years. I’ve waited and prayed to God and now the wait is over. “ she said to Graphic Showbiz.
When asked if she was sure she could make a difference, since many secular artists who have changed have not survived, Irene replied, “I don’t do gospel to make money, I have a calling to serve my generation .
“The beauty of doing God’s work is giving him all the glory and watching him change lives through you. This is the ultimate victory “, She noticed.
In 2006, Irene Logan won the Charterhouse-organized Stars of The Future and formed a duo with singer Efya, then known as Jane Awindor. However, the two ladies went their separate ways and Irene went solo and released songs like My Mind Dey, Runaway, Conga, Medowo, Kabila and others.
For Irene Logan, the gospel industry has many prospects and she is happy to be a part of it as she expects future collaborations.
“The gospel artists are doing well and the new generation of gospel musicians is also passionate about this generation. I’m excited about the future of the African gospel scene. “ She said.
Source: Graphic Showbiz
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