Ghanaian-UK based gospel musician Minister Martha Brako is set to release her third album this month after winning UK based Gospel Artiste of the Year at the just ended Modern Gospel Awards (MOGA).
The album titled "Mo ne Yo" has eight songs featuring renowned Ghanaian musicians.
According to Minister Martha, even though she had earlier planned to release the album, winning a MOGA award has further boosted her interest to drop her new album.
Minister Martha Brako is a versatile talent who is a writer, a backing vocalist and composer.
She was born to Mr. Samuel Brako and Madam Janet Oforiwaa, and they both hail from Kwahu, in the Eastern region of Ghana.
Minister Martha is the eleventh child of twelve children and started singing at a very young age back in primary school.
She later joined the Charles Lane branch of the Apostolic church of Ghana and was a member of the choir until she left to the UK.
During her time with the Apostolic church of Ghana, she joined a church singing group called Faithful Servants which groomed young music talents at the time. The popular music duo, Jane and Bernice was discovered from the group.
Minister Martha served under many gospel musicians including Madam Esther Quartey, who nurtured her singing abilities, and later released her first album when she travelled to live in the UK.