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Meet the Unbreakable Joyce Blessing

Joyce Blessing as she prefers to be known in the Ghana Music Industry is a talented female gospel rockstar adding her quota to increase the Christian ministry with the delivery of mind-blowing themes.

Early Life

Joyce Blessing, born Joyce Akosua Ntwene was born to Mr. Christopher Kwabena Twene and Mrs. Gladys Yaa Kyewaa on May 15, at Accra Ghana. She is the fourth child of her parents and grew up with her other three siblings raised in Kumasi under the care of their mum.

She attended both her primary and secondary education at Kumasi.

Joyce commenced singing in the church in comparison with the beginning of other currently prominent music stars. This was due to her intense love for music. As a result, she made sure she attended nearby music concerts even when she was strictly refrained from doing so.


She is a great testament to the notion that gospel musicians are dull and served as a backing vocalist for other renowned Gospel musicians. She played for five years in live concerts in the See Them Band and was a backup vocalist for Evangelist Diana Asamoah, Jewel Ackah, Mary Ghansah, Ernest Opoku Junior And the like.

Joyce seriously started her ministry under the name, Joyce Tuffuor and recorded her first album titled, Obi Ntu Nyame Fo, which literary states, Noone advises God.

She successfully has 24 albums and six singles and likewise, as most gospel musicians, she has a charity donation foundation that seeks to raise the bar in terms of worth for all socially excluded persons like the blind, the deaf, orphans and many others.


Obi Ntu Nyame Fo released in the year 2007.

Promise and Fail released in the year 2012.

Heavy Price released in the year 2014.

Agyebum released in the year 2017.

Major Singles

Monko Mo Akyi

Mensei Da

Heavy Price

I swerve you.

Joyce Blessing is married to Dave Joy.


She has achieved a number of awards including gospel song of the year, Gospel artist of the year and many more.

written by Ruth Ama Onumah


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