Rev. Edwin Dadson

@ Performing Artiste

Rev. Edwin Dadson is the Music Pastor and Worship leader at Christ Temple of the International Central Gospel Church (ICGC) in Accra Ghana.

Ps. Edwin has not only grown up loving music but developed a deep love and an unquenchable thirst for excellent and impactful gospel music from his youth. This is evidenced among other things by his immense contribution towards writing, arranging and producing the ‘Yi  Na ye’ music album of Gospel Explosion, KNUST. 

Today, Ps. Edwin is not only an amazing worship leader who has shaped and influenced numerous worship leaders, but is also one of Ghana’s finest Gospel Artistes. He is a popular voice in many music seminars and conferences due to his rare didactic teaching gift; and the graceful eye to identify and raise worship leaders. He also teaches Church Music at the Daniel Institute, the bible college  of ICGC.

As a skilful and prolific song writer, composer, and minister, he has featured on various gospel platforms across the country; and with his music band, Spikenard International, is blessing the world with simple, spirit filled songs with biblically sound lyrical content and beautiful melodious tunes. Popular among these tunes are the amazing rearranged reggae tune ‘Higher’, ‘Wodaso ye onyame’ local worship medley and the 2014 CCML discovery song of the year  ‘Wo ye Onyame’ ; and Bigger, Better, Greater.

He has two albums to his credit titled, ‘My Offering’ and ‘Bigger, Better, Greater’; and two single releases ‘ God of Miracles’ and Holy Spirit(Breathe on me). His remarkable impact is also felt greatly during Greater Works Conferences and Crossover where he directs music minds in producing excellent and spirit filled music to bless many souls. Ps. Edwin still considers himself a student; and attributes his great  music gift, the sweet refreshing worship sessions and the consequently undeniable impact, to the Grace of God through his fellowship with the Holy Spirit. 

He lives in Accra with his wife Nhyira; and their son, Bennyame.