Liberia: Female Gospel Minister Baryoe Releases 2018 Latest

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Monrovia – First rising local female gospel minister, Baryoe Alice Johnson is in final preparations for the pre-launch of her first album titled: “NE MU BAIN (I Will Praise You)” at a live concert on October 28, 2018.

Reported by Y. Solomon W. Watkins, Liberian Journalist and Co-Event Organizer +231 777 463908 | +231 886 427519

The pre-launch will take place at Monrovia Christian Fellowship located in Sinkor, Warner Avenue, from 4PM to 8PM. The main idea is to raise funds for the ALBUM Grand Launch comes December 16, 2018.

Baryoe, as she preferred to be called, is a talented contemporary gospel artiste known for her distinct vocal delivery. She promises to bring concertgoers to Christ in a refreshing atmosphere of worship, praise and dancing during her live musical concert.

The 28-year-old’s concert album will be graced by fellow gospel singer Min. Paul K. Harding, known in the song “You Are The Greatest!” as well as Min. Princess S. Yancy, Min. Vivian Akoto Blamah, Pst. Kla Dorteh, Min. Rangan and many others. The Old Road Wesleyan Church Choir which she is a member of as well as the New Creation Music Ministry and the Monrovia Christian Fellowship Choir will also be there.

This inspirational album of seven (7) Worship and Danceable Praise Songs selected amongst several songs took Baryoe years to be written.

In an interview with journalists in Monrovia, Baryoe said looking at the aftermath of the Liberian Civil Crisis which has rendered some youths traumatized and less fortunate, she has decided to help with 10 percent on each CD of her debut Album sold.

The budding gospel singer describes herself as a passionate and crazy about God and humanity.

About the Gospel Minister

Born in Liberia, Alice Baryoe Johnson is a writer and singer. She’s currently the assistant directress of the Old Road Wesleyan Church Choir and member of the Wesleyan Church of Liberia. She is also a member of the New Creation Music Ministry and several music ministries in and around Liberia.
As young as she is, Baryoe seeks to give back to her community. Looking at the aftermath of the Liberian Civil Crisis which has rendered some youths traumatized and less fortunate, Baryoe has decided to help with 10 percent on each CD of her debut Album sold.

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