Princess Peters Wins Female Gospel Artist of the Year at 2022 EDISA Awards (South-South)

Nigerian gospel singer-songwriter, Princess Peters was named “Female Gospel Artist of the Year” at the 7th annual Edo/Delta Icons & Stars Awards (EDISA) – South South Edition. The award ceremony which celebrates individuals and organizations who have contributed to the continuous growth and development of South-South Nigeria was held on Sunday, July 10, 2022, at the Rickrex Event center in Benin City, Edo.

Taking to social media, Princess Peters shared photos of herself holding the award along with a caption appreciating her fans for the votes. She also appreciated EDISA Awards for the trophy which she dedicates to the Glory of God.

“And we won the Best Female Gospel Artist In South South @ Edisa Awards. Thank you to everyone that voted, thank you @edisa_awards, To God alone be all the glory” She wrote on Instagram.

Recall in 2021, Princess Peters’ widely acclaimed “Urhuese” was awarded “Evergreen Song of the Year” at the Icons Awards. The timeless thanksgiving anthem which dropped in 2019 has amassed over 1.8 million YouTube views (and still counting).

Princess Peters is a Singer, Songwriter, Relationship Coach, and Humanitarian who over the years, has remained steadfast in her mission of reconciling souls back to Christ. She is well-known for delivering uplifting music with a fine blend of Indigenous sound and contemporary elements.

Her latest single, “Iyes’ogie” (which means ‘Mother is Supreme’) was released earlier this year in celebration of Mother’s Day. It was also accompanied by a beautiful music video, available today to stream on her YouTube channel.


Permission to copy articles/excerpts from this site is subjected to credit given to Gmusicplus with linkback

SON

A Blogger, Social Media Enthusiast, Music Lover, Ideator,Digital Marketer & Publicist who loves God.
Subscribe
Notify of
guest

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

0 Comments
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments
Back to top button