R&B artiste, Henry Agyekum popularly known as Chemphe is rumoured to have moved from doing secular music to being a full time gospel artiste.
This info comes out of his recent preparations to release his new gospel song ‘Mi do Yesu’ in March.
The Tema based artiste possesses loving vocals which he made use of very much in singing R&B and worship songs right from First Baptist School in Tema and subsequently Ghana National College when he was part of the school choir.
His hit song ‘Why You Dey Treat Am Bad’, a reggae flavoured plea against domestic violence, an issue that is close to his heart. This song earned him several Ghana Music Award nominations including a win for Best Lyrics.
Chemphe discovered his talent early in life while he was still in primary school leading the choir. Later he developed his rap and singing skills with a Ghanaian underground group called Outrageous.