Eme B

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Eme B
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Background information
BornApril 3, 2001(21)
Koforidua, Ghana
GenresContemporary Gospel
Occupation(s)Singer-Songwriter, Recording Artist
InstrumentsVocals, Piano
Years active2022-present

Emerald Serwaah Boateng Bekoe (born on April 3, 2001) popularly known as Eme B is a US based Ghanaian Gospel singer, songwriter and performing artist. She is a young, fast-growing gospel artist from Ghana who has lived in the United States since she was nine.[1]


Emerald Serwaah Boateng Bekoe was born on April 3, 2001 in Koforidua, Ghana until she came to the United States at the age of nine. She began to sing and write her own songs at the age of 8 but did not begin to develop her gift until she was 10 years old when she would lead praise and worship at church. A recent graduate from Purdue University Global, she just received her Associates Degree in Information Technology and will be pursuing her Bachelor's Degree soon[2]

Musical Career

Eme B released her first single Who am I on the first of January 2022 to begin her path of ministry as she serves in her father’s church, Pastor Jerry Boateng (Resident Pastor) of Abundant Grace Chapel International - House of Grace, as the Choir Director. As a gospel artist, she has showcased her ability to create a fusion of African languages and English through her music releases.


  • Who am I - 2022
  • Miracle God - 2022
  • Worship Encounter - 2022
  • The Omnipotent (Live) - 2022

Awards and Nominations

In 2022, Eme B was nominated in 4 categories during the Eastern Music Awards in Ghana for her first single Who am I. Out of these categories, she won the Gospel Act of the Year and Female Vocalist of the Year.[3]

  • Gospel Act of the Year (2022)
  • Gospel Song of the Year (2022)
  • Female Vocalist of the Year (2022)
  • Eastern International Based Act of Year (2022)


  1. Nwafor (2022-12-01). "Gospel Musician Eme B release new song 'Miracle God'". Vanguard News. Retrieved 2022-12-30.
  2. Blog, AllBaze Gospel (2021-08-02). "Top Gospel Musicians In Ghana AllBaze.com". AllBaze.com. Retrieved 2022-12-30.
  3. "2022 Winners". Eastern Music Awards. Retrieved 2022-12-23.

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