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Preachers

A Phenomenal Ghanaian Gospel Music Group

2009

Group Formation
25 June 2009

Group Formation

The original members of the gospel rap group "Preachers" were Michelle Majid-Michel, Dennis Enim (the lead vocalist at that time), Obed Nzuh (also known as Obed Psych, currently the lead singer of the group), Edmund Baidoo, and Emmanuel Awuni (also known as Emani Beats). The group was established in 2009, deriving its name from Mark 16:15 in the Bible, which instructs believers to spread the gospel to all creation.

2010

"Very Special"
05 November 2010

"Very Special"

In 2010, they unveiled their debut mixtape titled "Very Special," with production credit for practically all the songs going to KODA, a renowned record producer and multi-instrumentalist.

2012

Michelle's Departure
26 June 2012

Michelle's Departure

Michelle's departed from the group to focus on her studies, the remaining four members carried on and collaborated to release their first album, titled "Mark 16:15," in 2012. Their breakout track, "Go Hard," achieved significant success, reaching the top of local charts and earning them the prestigious titles of "Discovery of the Year" at the 2012 Ghana Gospel Music Awards and "Most Wanted Rap Song" at the 2012 Christian Community Music Awards.

2012

26 June 2012

Dennis' Departure

During 2012, Dennis discreetly left the group, and Preachers produced a music video for their track "E Dey Love Me," triggering controversy surrounding various aspects such as the video's budget, concept, and Dennis' peculiar absence. At that time, Preachers chose to maintain silence concerning Dennis' departure.

2013

Moving Ahead
26 June 2013

Moving Ahead

The remaining three members did not halt their progress there. They continued to gain traction and achieved a multitude of local and international accolades. Notably, they were honored as the Afro RAP Artist(s) of the Year at the Africa Gospel Music Awards held in the United Kingdom.

2017

Bibles Up
27 June 2017

Bibles Up

Additionally, they assembled a formidable collective known as Bibles Up, comprising dedicated Preachers fans. The Go Hard Tour underwent a transformation into the Bibles Up Tour, visiting a larger number of schools and leaving a greater impact than ever before.

2017

05 November 2017

Parting ways with Gospel Town Africa

In 2017, the Ghanaian gospel music ensemble, Preachers, took a significant step by parting ways with their record label, GospeltownAfrica.Obed Psych, the leader of the group, made the announcement during an interview on Radio Universe.

2023

Group split
01 November 2023

Group split

Preachers have gone their separate ways and are now pursuing individual music careers, creating their own distinctive songs.

2023

26 December 2023

Discography and Hits

Over the course of their journey, the group has created an abundance of hit songs and singles, such as "Closet," "Amen," "Control" featuring Ma Name Is Aaron, "It's Working" (single), "X," "Level Up," "Grace Sor," and "The Fearless Project." Despite each member having their individual singles, the group remains resilient and united.

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