“You could call me a street boy, an errand boy, a hustler or any other name that best describes a poor boy trying to survive on the streets. I slept under the infamous Kaneshie Bridge for years,” these are the opening words from Abbeam Danso.
Known as the Prophetic worship, Abbeam Danso noted that He almost committed suicide because he thought that the Lord had forgotten about him. Life was clearly tough at a point for the prophetic worshipper.
“Despite the hardships, I always believed that the God I served had better plans for me and at the right time was going to use me as a vessel to transform people and this is exactly what my kind of Music is about”.
Abbeam Danso is a powerful vessel of worship whose creative style of song composition has won hearts across the nations of the world; including those in his Ghana and United Kingdom. He started singing at a tender age with the help of his mother, who was also a chorister.
Singing in the children’s service Choir, right through the youth choir at Kumawu Presbyterian church in the Ashanti Region, Abbeam developed his singing abilities and perfected his song writing skills with the kind of hardship he faced as a young boy growing up.
According to Abbeam, life at a point was a living hell as he went through different challenges. Abbeam said, “When I take a look back at how far the good Lord has brought me, it inspires me to sing, shout and declare to all about the King of all kings”.
He also said, “I take a lot of inspiration from the biblical King David. My songs talk a lot about the good things God is able to do, the faithfulness, miracle working and healing power of the Lord”.
“I try to motivate and encourage people through my music, I tell my life stories and struggles through my music, I want the world to know that our God is still in the miracle working business and if the world would believe in him and wait on him, he will definitely deliver every promise he has made on everybody’s life.”
Abbeam Danso who now leads his own ministry in the UK, and is the Founder and Chancellor of Abbeam Institute of Technology in Kasoa, an internationally accredited tertiary educational institution.
The prophetic worshipper will debut his new song ‘Odomankoma’ this week, a song full of praises and worship.
“Odomankoma” was recorded in his personal studio in the UK and was mixed and mastered by the legendary Kaywa (Highly Spiritual Music).
This is one of many songs that will be released by the prophetic worshipper. Abbeam said, “It has always been a dream to be a musician so that I could use my God-given talent to worship his mighty name. It is a great joy to see my dreams come to reality”.
We anticipate Abbeam’s profound presence in the Ghanaian Gospel Industry as he allows God to use him to change the hearts of multitudes in Ghana and beyond.