Ghanaian gospel sensation and “Go High” hitmaker Philipa Baafi has released a timely new single she titled “Hallelujah.”
Hallelujah which is translated from the Hebrew origin means ‘a joyous praise to the LORD’ elaborates more on the faithfulness of God to carry us through all the shame and disgrace and to also open the doorway to have access to the throne of Grace courtesy of Christ’s death, burial, and resurrection.
The 4 minutes inspiring lyrical song hits on a scriptural reference from Hebrews 4:16, “Let us, therefore, come boldly to the throne of grace, that we may obtain mercy and find grace to help in time of need. (NKJV)”
Ahead of her released, she expressed her gratitude towards her fans, she posted that even though she has been in silent mode for a short, her fans have remembered her in their prayers and have wished her great success in her next release “Hallelujah.”
“You have always prayed for me, wished me well, and longed for my next release. It’s finally here. Hallelujah is out there for you to listen, enjoy, and be inspired.”
Philipa Baafi had had a wonderful musical career. Fans are always remembered by her favorite hits “Go High” and “Megye Me Din”.