Rev. Denzel Agyeman Prempeh, a Ghanaian born gospel musician and pastor with international musical impact has come out to describe ‘Glorify Your Name’by Barry Neequaye as “a song that plays on the frequencies of heaven.”
He said this in response to the single release last Thursday, 30th April 2020.
Barry Neequaye’s first single release for the year 2020 is a song intended to draw believers into a place of prayer and intercession. In a conversation with Barry, he said, “This song came to me in my prayer closet and I am convinced God wants to use this song in this time to draw people back to Himself.” Barry has been in music ministry since his secondary school days in 2007 and has released two music albums since then.
Further, other Gospel musicians such as Ps. Isaiah Fosu Kwakye Jr. and Luigi Maclean have released statements to support this claim. Ps. Isaiah said, “It has come in the right season, where people can have intimate times of worship,” and Luigi exclaimed, “This song carries an atmosphere of fellowship!”
The song was released across all major digital platforms across the world and has started to ripple a revival in the lives of those who have heard it. It was recorded and co-produced by Jerbette Studios. Barry Neequaye and his team, The Kingdom Vessels are on a mission to stir up revival for reconciliation with God in the hearts of everyone they encounter.
Barry Neequaye is currently serving as a pastor and member of the choir at Zion Impact Ministries. His song, ‘Glorify Your Name’ is available for download on iTunes, apple music, amazon, tidal, Spotify and on their website; https://barryministry.com.