Cameroonian Artist Harley Ngwa Gears His Entrance Into Gospel Music With A Debut Single – “No Darkness”

Meet Harley Ngwa, a gifted gospel singer, songwriter, and worship leader, born on March 21, 1996, hailing from the North West region of Cameroon. At 27 years old, Harley’s musical journey commenced in a home where his parents, who were choristers, filled the air with melodious notes.

His musical trajectory truly blossomed during his time as the music prefect of his batch (2012-2013) at Baptist High School Mankon. As he pursued higher education at the University of Bamenda, he found a musical haven in Full Gospel Church Mile 3 Nkwen’s choir. Here, his singing talents flourished under the nurturing guidance of the Davids Band music ministry.

Harley’s commitment propelled him to participate in various talent competitions, including the Redeem Christian Church of God Talent Show in Bamenda and contests organized by Winners Chapel International Assembly. Remarkably, he reached the finals of the Sound from Heaven Season 4 competition in 2022.

Even after completing his BSc (Bachelor of Science) in Medical Laboratory Science, Harley’s passion for music remained unwavering. He became an essential part of the Royal Voice International choir at Living Word International Church in Yaoundé.

Having shared stages with revered gospel artists like Maureen Forbah, Israel Biaka, and Diane Omega, Harley has become a prominent figure in Cameroon’s gospel music scene. Now, on the verge of an exciting new chapter, he is prepared to bless the Christian community with his debut single, “No Darkness,” a luminous composition that is poised to touch hearts around the world.

Produced by the prolific Efe Mac Roc, “No Darkness” is set to be released on all major streaming platforms on August 29, 2023. As Harley Ngwa embarks on this promising musical journey, his impactful presence in gospel music continues to shine brightly.

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