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Efe Grace , Biography

Efe Grace

Efe Grace, Biography

Efe Grace is a popular Ghanaian gospel singer, songwriter, recording, and performing artist.

Education

She went to Yaa Asantewaa Girl School and was among the Class of 2006.

She later proceeded to Study at Christian Service University College and graduated with the Class of 2011.

 

Career

She started her musical career at a very tender age when she realized that she had a strong passion for music.

Once her dad discovered that she had this gift, he began to give her the necessary training and support.

He took Efe along as a backup vocalist anytime he had ministrations.

With that, she had much experience and exposure at a very early age and that has been of great help to her ministry.

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Efe Grace had several challenges in life. One of the challenges that she faced also had to do with a battle of preference; which is choosing between jazz and gospel as a genre of music to pursue. She was doing the two at the same time.

Due to this, she had issues at church and with people as well. They saw her in a different way because she was doing jazz alongside gospel music.

It got to a point she was really confused as to what to really do.

But now, she has realized that it’s her calling and she has no option.

She has also been a part of Dr. Sonnie Badu’s team and has been on some of his recordings.

She has also had the privilege to share stages with Byron Cage and other international artists.

She has also had the chance to travel to other parts of the world through her music ministry.

Songs

King of Glory
Yehowa ne M’abankese
Din Jesus – with Quame Gyedu
Aseda – with Perez Musik
Lord Have Your Way

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