Gospel singer Queendalyn Yurglee has released her latest single, “Honhom Kronkron,” featuring Diana Hopeson and Abaawa Connie. The song is a preview of her forthcoming EP and has already received praise from fans and critics alike.
Queendalyn Yurglee is known for her soulful and uplifting gospel music, and “Honhom Kronkron” is no exception. The song is sung in the Ghanaian language of Twi and is a tribute to the Holy Spirit, often referred to as “Honhom Kronkron” in the language.
Diana Hopeson, a veteran gospel musician, joins Yurglee on the track, bringing her own unique vocal style and experience to the collaboration. Abaawa Connie, a rising star in the gospel scene, also lends her voice to the song.
Yurglee’s EP, which is set to be released later this year, promises to be a powerful collection of gospel music, showcasing her talent and passion for the genre. Fans of the singer are eagerly anticipating its release.
In a statement about the new single, Yurglee said, “I am excited to share ‘Honhom Kronkron’ with the world. This song is a celebration of the Holy Spirit and the role it plays in our lives. Working with Diana Hopeson and Abaawa Connie was an amazing experience, and I hope our fans enjoy the song as much as we enjoyed creating it.”
“Honhom Kronkron” is now available for streaming and download on all major music platforms.
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