Rose Adjei

Speaking about Rose Adjei…

Rose Ashley Adjei (Born 13th April 1982) and popularly known as Rose Adjei is a Ghanaian International Gospel Singer, songwriter, recording, and performing artist. She started her music career at the age of 11 as the youngest member in her church choir and a backing vocalist for many mainstream Ghanaian gospel artists. Her professional career took off in 2014 after she signed to Media excel productions, and she has since gained local and international popularity through her powerful songs and music videos.

Born in Liberia to Mr. Samuel and Elizabeth Ashley, both musically gifted and Christian Parents, Rose Adjei spent her formative years surrounded by the influences of her family, their music, and faith. Growing up, she would often join her father, a known music Director with the Methodist church in Ghana for choir practice and rehearsals. Rose came to Ghana in 1990 after the war broke out in Liberia. While in Ghana, she attended Datus Complex school, Bubiashie, and ICR Computer institute. She had her secondary education at Adonteng senior high school and continued eventually to Alliance Francais, Ghana.

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Her debut song, Nyame Ye, part of her first album God’s Favor was recorded in 2006, but released in 2013 and became an immediate hit and fan favorite in her home country and beyond. The popularity of the album gave her the opportunity to perform on several local and international platforms including some parts of Africa and Europe.

Her second album, Judgement day was recorded in 2016 while signed to KB Empire records and released in 2017. She released her third album Madansidie in 2018 which also became a huge success globally.

Rose Adjei is the convener of the Heart of Gratitude concert; a worship movement that started in 2016 to gather worshipers from all over Ghana and beyond in unadulterated worship to their maker. The event has since its inception gained high patronage and popularity, attracting Patrons from beyond the borders of Ghana annually.

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