We Didn’t Sing Our Way to Fame; We’ve been Anointed for a Purpose – Cwesi Oteng

We Didn’t Sing Our Way to Fame – Cwesi Oteng

Contemporary Urban Gospel musician, Cwesi Oteng has declared there will be revival again at the Wind of Revival concert because of the anointing upon their lives.

He has entreated all believers to abide in prayer with them because they are not just a group of gospel musicians who sung their way to fame. They have also been called and anointed to bring revival.

“Stand with us in prayers because we are not a group of people who have sung their way into fame. These are people that are called and anointed to release something. So there is going to be revival again as much as I am concerned,” Cwesi Oteng said.


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Speaking at the Wind of Revival Press Conference on Wednesday, June 19, 2019, Cwei Oteng expressed his eagerness for the move of God at the Praise Reloaded Concert.

“It is clear that God is about doing a new thing. The Wind of Revival is not just a theme. There is going to be an actual move of God as we gather,” he stated.

“I want to encourage people to come in their numbers and also come with an expectation because there is going to be the move of God. It’s going to be amazing and a good time in the presence of the Lord,” he added.

Cwesi Oteng has also used the opportunity to reiterate that the Joe Mettle Ministries has been an amazing impact and contribution in the gospel music space in Ghana.

“His ministry has gone far and near,” he emphasized.


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The 8th Edition of the Praise Reloaded Concert dubbed ‘Wind of Revival’ is scheduled for Sunday, June 30, 2019.

Praise Reloaded which is a Joe Mettle annual gospel music concert will feature special ministrations from KODA, Cwesi Oteng, Cece Twum and Jonathan Nelson from the USA and backed by the LoveGift Band.

Previous events have attracted people from the West Africa Sub-Region and from Europe and have featured gospel musicians such as the late Danny Nettey, Ntokozo Mbambo, Ohemaa Mercy, Akesse Brempong, Uncle Ato, Onos Ariyo, Cwesi Oteng, and Luigi Maclean.

Joe Mettle who is known for his great passion as a worship leader, songwriter and composer have to his credit four (4) released albums.

The publicly released albums include My Gratitude (2011), Sound of Praise (2013), Encounter (2015) and God of Miracles (2017) which features ‘Bonooni’.

Praise Reloaded is powered by Reverb Studios and proudly sponsored by Tang Palace Hotel, Virtual Sound Lab and DDP Outdoor.



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