Prolific Ghanaian born Canadian gospel artiste, Abigail Coleman is set to release her latest single dubbed ‘Kings of Kings’ on 29th March 2019, on all online music shops.
According to the artiste, her new song which was produced in Los Angeles California was born from a place of trust and assurance and was written in English.
In an interview with her, she revealed that, whenever she goes through a tough season, “then I know the Lord has something to teach me or he’s giving me a message for others through my songs. I had prayed for something and felt I wasn’t receiving the answer I needed but within me, I felt the Holy Spirit was encouraging me to trust him, that was difficult.”
‘King of kings’, according to Coleman, she was inspired by God. She shared that, “I felt as though that giant in front of me was going to consume me but one morning as I drove even with a lot of fear, the song just burst out and I started singing in the car and crying like a child, I sang it all day, I recorded on my phone and forgot about it until last year when I felt it was time to bring it to the world.”
Coleman started her music profession as a chorister. She sang in her church and in the University of Cape Coast (UCC) mass Choir when she was a student there. She started writing her own songs 5 years ago and has released two singles dubbed ‘Tumi’ ‘mekra’ and yet to be released song ‘Kings of kings’
The artist says she admires artiste like Stella Stele, Obaa Pa Christie, Elder Mireku, Tasha Coobs, Jenn Johnson and Cece Winans “and above all, I get my inspiration from praying, personal worship time and studying the bible.”
She advice young artists who look up to her that they should appreciate and must pass through all the total process, “Then they must be street smart to know who to work with and when and where. They must be wise.”