Talented gospel singer, Cynthia Appiah-Kubi better known as Cee, has announced her come back into the Ghanaian gospel industry after a four-year break.
According to Cee, she took long break from music to concentrate on family after her marriage.
The singer in an exclusive interview with Accra-based Neat FM, disclosed that she left Ghana to the United States in 2013, and she is now blessed with two kids.
Cee in her conversation revealed that as part of her re-branding efforts, she has now changed her stage name to ‘Adepa Cee’.
The “Osabarima” hit maker stated that she is now back for good and she will be dropping her third studio album soon to mark her full return into gospel music.
Adepa Cee has released two singles, "Gye Me" and "Aseda" off her upcoming album, which is already doing well on the market.
Cee became popular in the music industry after she contested in the reality show, TV3 Mentor which landed her first hit song, in collaboration with Great Ampong and Isaac.
The gospel singer is noted for her silky voice and her exceptional energy in her stage performances.
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