Gone But Not Forgotten | MOG, Chemphe, Emmanuel Smith, Kingz Kid, Luigi McLean and Esaias Feature on Kaysi Owusu’s “Yahweh” Joint


Kwesi Owusu-Sekyere, popularly esteemed as Kaysi Owusu was born on 6th November 1989 to parents Kofi and Christina Owusu-Sekyere.

One of three revered children, 30-year-old Kaysi showed signs of musicality, integrity and humility from an early age, and would later go on to exhibit his pre-destined and innate abilities during his educational journey at institutions such as Pentecost Preparatory School, University Primary, Achimota, Central University and GIMPA.

Kaysi’s infectious pursuit for the King and the Kingdom of God were palpable. His primary commitment and demonstrations of discipline, valour and spiritually-inclined melodic skills were always recognisable, and as time evolved, his unique voice lent itself to tangible encounters and memorable worship experiences. Kaysi’s gift and contributions to the Gospel circuit in Ghana were further enhanced when he willingly assumed the role of praise and worship leader at Accra’s Atomic branch of PIWC.

Owusu-Sekyere’s commitment to ministry, to the move of God and to His message through music later spanned across Europe, with songs such as “Promises, Adom and Exceeding Grace” being birthed during varying seasons, uniquely ministered from a number of pulpits and for a number of people.

Tragically, efforts and plans to progress his ministry and movement during this newly birthed decade came to an abrupt and unexpected end when he passed away on 1st August 2020 at his home in Ghana. But the marathon must and will continue. Kaysi’s debut project involving esteemed gospel minister MOG which was set to be released imminently will now be revised and revamped to commemorate and uphold the legacy he so commendably began.

MOG will now be Joined by fellow Gospel contributors Chemphe, Emmanuel Smith, Esaias, Kingz Kid and Luigi McLean – all of whom were due to join Owusu-Sekyere on his project later this year. The single entitled “Yahweh” will be available for streaming and download via Aftown on Saturday 5th September and all other streaming platforms shortly after.

It’s the collective’s way of celebrating the minister’s life and unforgettable ministry, with proceeds from the track going to the Owusu-Sekyere family and a charity of their choice.

Kwesi Owusu-Sekyere will be laid to rest on Saturday 12th September at the Forecourt of the PIWC Atomic branch in Accra, Ghana.

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