Sonnie Badu, Ghanaian Gospel International has for the fourth time in four weeks won yet another award. This brings to five the total number of awards the Gospel Music giant has won in 2009.
Since making his debut on the international music scene Sonnie Badu has chocked several successes and has became one of the world’s preferred worship leaders. Affectionately referred to as “The worshipper”, he has won the respect of several well known worship leaders and has been called the true worshiper by the likes of Don Moen.
Here is a list of the worshippers Awards for 2009:
Black Entertainment film and fashion Awards
Best Gospel Act – 2009
Gospel Music Awards (Italy)
Best Worship Song of the year
Best Artist in Europe
Best Worship Artist of the year
Gospel Music Awards (Uk)
One exceptional feet this artist has been able to reach is the fact that Last In his Glory is only his 1st album. The album is simply a classic and one can only see great things in his Ministry. Sonnie Badu recently performed in Ghana to a full Conference Centre although the show had only about a week of serious publicity.
His Song Covenant Keeping God has become so popular in Ghana and an everyday worship song. So popular has it become that some artist has started doing cover versions where as others are pirating the song or stealing it.
Sonnie Badu has showed how far Ghanaian Contemporary Gospel Music can go. His unique style of worship and reverence for the presence of God sets him apart from other worship leaders. He is also an author and has several worship books to his credit.
pinnaclegh.com can confirm that soon the musicians work (CD’S/BOOKS/VIDEOS/DVD’S) will be available on sale throughout the country. In 2010, he is likely to stage another concert in Ghana.
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