This song kept playing in my heart all by itself. I had heard it in church a few times, and I reckoned it’d be Travis Greene or Ty Tribett. But unbeknownst to me, it was a heartfelt Nigerian voice, Folabi Nuel.
Also the trumpet, which is Nathaniel Bassey’s forte does melodious runs, reminding me of its similar effect in Ty Bello’s ‘Holy Ghost Air’. Nathaniel increases his rock-esque energy here, surely getting anyone listening to this track on his
This song plays with similes, metaphors and richly alive imagery equating God with everything pleasant, such as music, roses, honey, joy and so forth, just like an avid reader would, and also speaks rawly and in plain language over His need for God and his completeness in Christ…
This is a thirsty, thirsty song …The hush whispers of ‘Holy Ghost Help’, the reverent and emphatic sounds of the drum set, sounds of thunder and rain take me right back to Lion King, The Musical…akin to when Rafiki presents baby lion Simba to the tribe, heralding the presence of God with it.