Ghanaian urban gospel group Street Service brings to us another jam dubbed “Wofata”.
A thanksgiving song to Jesus Christ for His grace mercies because He deserves all the praise.
Production was done by Street Service.
STREET SERVICE (Twum Berima, Gifty Bampoe, Eunice Nyanney and Kendrick Amanatey) are influential African urban and rap gospel music group, spanning more than 8 years from schools to churches since early 20s, through the “hard gospel” urban and the hip-hop style of gospel’s golden age in the early 2000s to the electric pop-tinged songs and rap for Jesus songs on an old school hip-hop beats and of today.
STREET SERVICE are multi talented music ministers with a unique approach to hip-hop gospel music, they are prolific songwriters and good performers, skilled singers, seasoned worshippers, and also produce their own songs.. got their
inspiration from a number of imitators, and hip-hop gospel musician icons like kirk Franklin and pastor Donnie mcklerkin.. who they adapted to the unique style and enthusiastic showmanship of hard gospel to secular themes to help create urban gospel music in the early 2000s.
STREET SERVICE has released a couple of singles that has really done well on airplay and in the music industry across Ghana since they are Ghanaian born musicians many Ghanaians believe they are blessed with the kind style they brought into the industry.