PRINCESS ANNE INYANG

From a humble background, Princess Anne Inyang shot into limelight with the release of her debut album ALL THE WAY WITH JESUS with the all-time hit track and evergreen song AKANAM NKWE in 1996.  Two years later, she resigned her well paid job in the bank to go into music full time. She has many popular songs she wrote to her credit. Songs like THINGS ARE GETTING BETTER,  YOU ARE WORTHY LORD, GOD CANNOT LIE, FLOODGATES, YESU UNI WANGU, NZAMBE WA MOYO, EKWAK UBOK  UBOK, POWER IN THE WORD, ALL THE WAY WITH JESUS, MY HELPER to mention a few.

She is a graduate of Secretarial Studies Banking and Finance from Yaba College of Technology, Lagos.  From the age of 7 every member of her family was left with no doubt that she was endowed with the gift of music, as she could easily compose songs and made music out of every situation.  Later, she started singing in Clubs but by the age of 17, she had an encounter with Christ – an encounter that can be compared to what Paul the Apostle had. Then her lyrics changed!

She has performed in several mega concerts for Presidents at Aso Rock Villa, Governors – Akwa Ibom State Carol 999, River State annual Christmas concert, Calabar Carnival organized by the Cross River State Govt, Churches, weddings and events both within Nigeria and internationally.  She has ministered in massive crusades hosted by Evangelist Reinhard Bonnie and Benny Hinn. She became the music director of TREM Headquarter’s 350 man-choir in Lagos Nigeria  in the 90s and still trains choirs to-date. She has shared international stages with Gospel greats like Donnie McClurkin, Ron Kenoly, Kurt Carr,  Alvin Slaugter, Kenoly Brothers, Cece Winans, Martha Munizzi, Sinach, Sammie Okposo, Panam Percy Paul, Onyeka Onwenu, Kingsley Ike, Hope David, Buchi, Asu Ekiye and many others. Her music gift has taken her and her Saints Music Crew to about 39 cities in the United States of America, Ontario and Alberta Provinces in Canada, Poland, South Africa, Ghana, Kenya and almost all the States in Nigeria.

She has 8 albums to her credit and several unrecorded songs, and has won many laurels both locally and internationally, including First Lady of  Gospel award by AKSG in 1999, U.S Mega awards 2017 and United Nations Peace Ambassador Award 2012.

Princess Anne now lives in Ontario, Canada.