A young and enterprising gospel music star, Cynthia MacCauley, is intending to use music to promote the work of Christ.
Cynthia is a seasoned, spirit-filled gospel singer who usually sweeps audiences off their feet whenever she mounts the stage to perform.
Cynthiaâ€™s latest 10-track album, â€˜Waitâ€™, has been equipped with soul-touching songs like â€˜Nkomhyeâ€™, â€˜Wo Nwu Daâ€™, â€˜Meko Menimâ€™,Â â€˜Faithful, I Surrenderâ€™, â€˜Etoatoa Soâ€™, among others.
All the songs on the album are inspirational and the rhythms and drum beats in some of the songs could easily compete with some of the gospel songs on the international music market.
Cynthiaâ€™s style of music is basically a combination of traditional gospel rhythms mixed with other danceable gospel tunes, and her creativity is superb.
The 10-song album on Charles Sarpongâ€™sÂ Cebex Production label has revealed aÂ radiating singer with two previous albums, but who remained largely unknown on the national scale due to inadequate media exposure.
Based at Jukwa in the Central Region, CynthiaÂ was recommended to Cebex by another singer who had earlier recommended Cecilia Marfo.
In a chat, Charles Sarpong, CEO of Cebex Production, explained that Cynthia loved music and for over a decade, music had been a part of her, adding that music was all about what the public wanted and that had motivated Cynthia to come out with her latest album.
With his usual keen ears for striking talent, the Cebex CEO decided to work with Cynthia and it is gradually becoming obvious that she is on the way to making a name for herself just like Cecilia and more recently Selina Boateng,Â have done for themselves through the Cebex route.
Cynthia, who is currently at the University of Cape Coast pursuing basic education through distance education, hails from Aburi in the Eastern Region.
As a versatile singer capable of evoking different moods with her voice, Cynthia demonstrates on the album, through songs like â€˜Nkomhyeâ€™ and â€˜Wo Nwu Daâ€™, that she can come on powerfully and roar her way through a piece.
Her style of delivery is very appealing and her ability to demonstrate her different approaches to singing is greatly helped by the array of producers on the album.
Daniel Bassey, Morris Da Voice, Nacy and ShadrachÂ Yawson all have their peculiar ways of handling songs. AÂ teacherÂ currently studying for a degree at the University of Cape Coast and a mother of three, Cynthiaâ€™s earlier albums were â€˜Nkomhyeâ€™ andÂ â€˜Wodinâ€™.