Meet the lady who produces saxophone sound with bare hand & lips

Meet the lady who produces saxophone sound with bare hand & lips

- A young Ghanaian lady by name Joyce Edze possesses a rare talent of being a walking saxophone

- With no instruments whatsoever, Joyce is able to play the exact sounds of a saxophone with her bare hand and lips

- Joyce has decided to use her gift to work for God and bless lives around the world with gospel music

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Joyce Edze, also known as ReJoyce, is a young Ghanaian lady with an uncommon talent as she is able to play exact saxophone sounds without any instruments whatsoever.

All Joyce requires is her bare hand which she uses in conjunction with her bare lips to give the brilliant sounds that could be played along with other musical instruments perfectly.

In a video gathered by Briefly.co.za, Joyce played a popular Ghanaian worship song along with a keyboard and it is almost unbelievable that the saxophone sound being heard was coming from her mouth.

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Reports gathered indicate that the talented and anointed lady has been doing this from childhood and has chosen to use her God-given talent to bless lives all over the world through gospel ministrations.

Joyce Edze resides in Amasaman-Accra, where she keeps surprising many people with her uncommon talent as a walking saxophone.

Joyce can also be reached for any bookings or details through via the email address joyceedze73@gmail.com or her Facebook account which bears her full name.

Meanwhile, Dennis Siayor, the 2019 valedictorian of the College of Humanities from the University of Ghana (UG) who graduated with a 3.91 GPA started paying for his own fees since JHS to achieve his successes.

In an interview with Briefly.co.za ,Dennis indicates that his father suffered a terrible paralysis when he was only in primary six and from then on, could not fend for the young brilliant boy.

"My father got paralyzed when I was in class 6 so I had to work after JHS as a sales agent to raise my admission fees. Subsequently, my father's properties were sold to help further my studies," he indicates.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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