The gospel musician after reports of the sound engineer’s death took to her social media platforms to tell the world how he has been a bless to her career.
Ohemaa Mercy disclosed that the sound engineer who died on Wednesday, August 31 at the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital had love for the gospel music industry. She continued that this made him decide not to record any secular music.
The sad musician wrote “Ohhh No!!! NIPA TES3SUMSUM. Am really sad this morning. Wofa George like I always call him. I can’t believe he is gone just like that…
He has always been there for me and if you are a fun of 3Y3 WADWEN and many other great tunes he produced this is the man lying dead today. He was a great gift to Gospel Music and the Music industry.
One of the great guys who stood strong to record only gospel music and did it with all their strength was my uncle who is gone today. We have lost a real Hero. Wofa Yaw da yie Wati…Hmmmm NIPA TES3 SUMSUM….”
George Forrest came into the music industry at the age of 12 with Nana Acheampong, Akwesi Ampofo Adjei, Nana Aboagye Da Costa, Obaapa Christy, Gifty Osei, Ohemaa Mercy and Philip Baafi among the numerous artists he has produced their songs as a sound engineer throughout his 34yr blistering career.