Legendary Diana Hopeson’s “Hope Volume 1” Album Successfully Launched
The “Hope Volume 1” was launched on Sunday 27th September, 2020 at the Meaglant Hotel in Accra with a host of notable dignitaries such as Bishop Charles Hackman of Fire City Chapel, Mrs. Georgina Nettey of Genet Services, Rev. Dr. Dinah Baah Odoom, Registrar of the Ghana Psychology Council, Ms Lorraine Wright Ceo of Liona Nails, Dr. Emefa Bonsi a lecturer at the Methodist University and University Of Education Winneba, Abena Ruthy, President of Women in Gospel as well as Rev. Dr. Mary Ghansah, Helena Rhabbles , Bernice Offei, Abaawa Connie, Barima Amo, Mr. Jerby Dzokoto, Ceo of Jerbette Productions, Mr. Franklin Eleblu, Preachers, Mercy Sackey, Edinam Bright Davis,Mr & Mrs Kumordzi from New Jersey, Mrs Doris Adanu an educational leadership expert, Rev Dr Thomas Yawson Vice President of Musiga, Coach Freeman Of Jukebox and a host of other young experienced and upcoming Musicians present to Grace the glorious occasion.
The Album dedicated to serve online music lovers was Dubbed the “Digital Launch Experience” with Aftown Music on boarding the full album for music sales , and Spicy Africa setting up Mtn Ghana , Vodafone Ghana to on board various songs on the album as caller ring tones.
With some live ministrations of the songs on the album by Diana Hopeson, “Hope Volume 1” featured Experience Musicians Such hip life artist Okyeame Kwame, Joy Oriaku, Eugene Zuta , Nat, Enuomnyam, LIC Choir, Nii Okai, and Helen Yawson.
Rendering an account of the glorious night of Hope “Mr Franklin Eleblu” leader of LIC Choir stated, He loved the spirit of the program, the stories and hilarious narrations of how Diana Hopeson got her husband to sponsor one of her releases, the interviews and the whole event was filled with the presence of the holy ghost.
Dr Emmanuel Hopeson commenced the event and led seated guests to a prayer session over the glorious work.
In the pilot seat as host of the spectacular Digital album launch which as all songs currently streaming across Various online music portals was Joy FM’s very own Fiifi Folson with support by Teddy OT of Gospel Town Gh.