Top Songs of Joe Mettle in 2017

Music is not all about instrument and words but rather the creativity, commitment and the effort attached to make it a song for its main purpose.

Joe Mettle is one of the legends of quality music in Ghana who made history at the 2017 Vodafone Ghana Music Awards by being the first Gospel Artiste to have won Artiste of the Year in the award scheme.

He is very talented, anointed and God gifted with music. In the year 2017, he released several songs which has received massive recognition in the country.

Gospelcrusader.com takes you through some of the top songs of Joe Mettle

“Bo N)) Ni”, is a multi-language song which combines English and Ga.  The song ‘Bo N)) Ni’ features Luigi Maclean. The song is an absolutely amazing piece of art which means ‘No One Else’.

According to him, this song is his testimony that in brief it says “I am who I am because of God, If it had not been for Him, where would I be?”

“God Of Miracle” is an album of 13 tracks. The 13 track Album has his hit songs such as “Onwanwani”, “Bo noo ni”, which is currently a national and international favourite and “Yesu Adi Nkunim”.

Joe’s ‘God of Miracles’ Album features anointed gospel musicians such as Nathaniel Bassey, Ohemaa Mercy, Ntokozo Mbambo, Akesse Brempong, Kings Kid and gospel’s new sensation, Luigi Maclean.

The God of Miracles Album is also doing very well on all online platforms, and has topped Apple Music Charts. This album is my testimony, he said

Higher ft. Akese Brempong & Kingz Kid has received massive recognition in the country.

Onwanwani was his song which got him to win VGMA Artiste of the year 2017.

Lion of Judah ft. Nathaniel Bassey, Crown Him and The Experience was his international song which permitted his interview on BBC.

Yesu Adi Nkunim, Yesu Adi Nkunim (Reprise), Amen ft. Ntokozo Mbambo, Ayeyi Ndwom ft. Ohemaa Mercy, Ga Praise and Ogya. These songs has been in the interest of many Ghanaians that are being played on all radio and TV stations and also played at events and always sang in churches.

We are looking forward to much more from him. More power to the well deserving artist.