Alexandra Aboagye is an anointed, dynamic and extremely versatile contemporary gospel vocalist. Having started music at a very tender age, she made her first public appearance at age four (4) at the National Theatre of Ghana on the “Kidafest Show”. From then till now, Alexandrah is known to always leave her audience undoubtedly blessed.
Alexandrah was born to a very vibrant music family. Being the only child of highly learned musicians, her mother began mentoring and harnessing her vocal capabilities from the get go. When formal education began for her, she joined a non-denominational singing group: Shining Stars at age seven (7). Though she was the youngest in the group, she was the lead vocalist of the group of fifty (50). Under the auspices of Shining Stars, Alexandrah got the opportunity to minister on several platforms; countless church concerts and state functions.With time, she found her way into the hearts of people by her exceptionally unique voice and infectious ministry.
Alexandrah continued to hold high her flame of exceptionality when she entered Wesley Girls’ High School where she earned the name “The Nightingale”. She was the only student during her tenure who got the honour of doing a duet with the headmistress of the school; Mrs. Djokoto. From there, furthered into Kwame Nkrumah University Of Science And Technology (KNUST). Few months after enrolment Alexandrah had become a household name on the KNUST campus and its environs.
Alexandrah has always been known to do her own rendition of every song and this was emphasized when she presented the world with the single “ABANDENDEN” and the covers “TWERE NO” and th “TETE NYAME MEDLEY”. This unique flare served as great inspiration to many far and near. Evident of this was when several talented youth took to singing like Alexandrah.
Upon the completion of KNUST, she was presented the honour of joining the Sonnie Badu Ministry (Africa) as a soprano backing vocalist. She stayed on the team for about 6years. Including Dr. Sonnie Badu, her music composition and arrangement capability has earned her the opportunity of working with several local and international artists: Byron Cage, Ohemaa Mercy, Danny Nettey, Jesse Morgan, Ntokozo Mbambo to mention a few.
Currently, she is the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of a vibrant music city: “Aleph Court”. Aleph Court is the broad umbrella name for several music wings: Aleph Court Vocal Centre (ACVC) and Aleph Court Music Kitchen, just to name a few.
At ACVC, Alexandrah together with a team of tutors, coach and groom several vocalists (both individuals and groups) to attain professional heights. The well equipped Aleph Court Music Kitchen is a state of the art live recording studio where songs are well treated and recorded.
Alexandrah’s objectives is to touch lives with her music ministry and bring many to the saving knowledge of Jesus Christ. She also seeks to be the vessel God can use to bring healing, deliverance, hope and joy to the world at large. She desires to inspire as many youth to realise their musical dreams. Alexandrah basically wants to be a tangible blessing to the whole world.
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