Ghanaian Gospel sensation Queendalyn Yurglee will soon unveil her latest EP, but preceding that, she gives us foretaste of what to expect in her latest spirit-filled single ‘Honhom Kronkron’ which features Diana Hopeson and Abaawa Connie who are known legends in the Ghana gospel music scene.
The new song “Honhom Kronkron” which translates as “Holy Spirit ” emphasizes the greatness of God and the gift of the holy spirit as our helper. The song marks Queendalyn’s first release this year (2023) after her widely-received song last year.
The “Jesus” and ‘Wo Tim H) Daa’ hitmaker Queendalyn speaks about the new song with gospel blogger and publicist Sista Ginna, explanation the inspiration behind the collaboration between herself and the two legends of Ghana gospel music, Abawaa Connie and Diana Hopeson
According to Queendalyn It’s a dream come true to finally have two of these Ghanaian gospel music legends on a song inspired by the Holy Spirit together.
“This sound carries the atmosphere of worship and true ministry that seeks to witness God, and stir revival. The recording leaves me in gratitude and hopeful for what’s to come.”- she shares.
I have been a rounded benefactor of the great assistance and empowerment the Holy Spirit gives to us, this song depicts the need to depend on the Holy spirit in all spheres. Diana Hopeson and Abaawa Connie, who have walked longer in this call, were the perfect people to bring their experience lyrically and depth to interpreting this song into reality. Three generations of Music and I am super privileged to have done this with them, Queendalyn added.