Piesie Esther is a Ghanaian gospel musician who is widely known for her inspirational songs and numerous awards. Born as Ohemaa Esther into a family with a strong musical background and a deep commitment to church activities. Esther followed in their footsteps. Her talent was discovered by Georgia Adjei in Kumasi, but her career truly took off when she joined the Great Light Worship Center in Accra, led by Rev Asamoah Boateng (also known as Apae Live), who produced her first two albums.
Piesie Esther gained national recognition with her debut album, “Apae Ama Me,” in 2002. This was followed by her album “Me Nte Ase” in 2008, which earned her nominations in the Gospel Artiste of the Year and Gospel Song of the Year categories at the 2009 Ghana Music Awards. Although she didn’t win in any of those categories, the nominations helped her gain wider attention and exposure.
In addition to her singing career, Piesie Esther is a talented songwriter and composer. She was honored with the Best Motivational Song award at the 2009 Ceval Gospel Awards. Her strong brand and consistent performances have garnered her a wide audience, both locally and internationally. Over the years, she has ministered and performed at numerous events, captivating corporate audiences.
Subsequently, Piesie Esther released her third album, “Ziba Beko,” in 2011, followed by “Agye Won Nsem” in 2016, which received significant airplay across the country. In early 2017, she unveiled a worship album titled “Osore3 Mu Tumi.” In 2019, Piesie Esther released “Maseda Kɛseɛ” (My Great Thanks), and in 2021, she followed up with “Wobɛdi Adanseɛ” (You Will Testify).
Piesie Esther’s music reflects her deep desire to help people develop a closer relationship with God. As an inspirational worship leader, she has led worship sessions around the world, including in the USA, Italy, Belgium, Canada, Holland, and Germany.
In addition to her musical endeavors, Piesie Esther is admired for her live band performances, with many considering her a role model. Apart from her gospel work, she also owns several businesses in Ghana.