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 Grace Ashy

Grace Ashy

Grace Appiah-Kubi, popularly known as Grace Ashy is a Ghanaian gospel artist

1973

Birth
20 April 1973

Birth

Grace was born on April 4th 1973 at Dormaa Ahenkro in the Brong Ahafo region, to Nana Appiah-Kubi, Abakomahene of Dormma Kosane and Madam Comfort Ohenewaa. She is the first of the eight children of her parents

1980

Early Career
20 July 1980

Early Career

She began singing at the age of 12, during her time in primary school. There, she took charge of leading the Sunday School children at the Berekum Methodist Church in singing praises. By the time she reached 15, she had become a member of both the Methodist Church's singing band and the school choir, where her leadership and soprano singing skills made a significant impact.

1990

Role as a Clerk
20 July 1990

Role as a Clerk

At one point, she was employed as a clerk at Cassa-Bendata Company located in Kokomlemle, Accra.

1990

Education
20 July 1990

Education

To pursue her secondary education, she moved to Accra and enrolled at the City Secondary and Business College. During her time there, she became a part of Bishop Addae-Mensah's Gospel Light International Church, taking on a leadership role in the praise and worship choir.

2001

First song release
20 July 2001

First song release

During this time, Grace made a fascinating discovery - she recognized her potential to become a remarkable and prominent gospel musician. Inspired by this revelation, she began crafting her own songs, leading up to the release of her debut album, titled "Adea Yesu," in the year 2001.

2023

Personal life
20 July 2023

Personal life

In 1997, she entered into matrimony and now has two children named Cranskon Yeboah and Emmanuel Wiafe. When it comes to hobbies, she enjoys horse riding and playing volleyball

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