#Throwback! #MusicReview: ‘Open Doors’ by Nosa

While Nosa is stealthily pulling the suspense card on his upcoming singles…Nosa’s soul is clearly heavy, featuring varied sub genres of soul, rnb, highlife, reggae…he goes all ‘pidginy’ one minute, and then sings in stellar anglais the next…I also love the percussive feel of this album

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#MusicReview: ‘Onise Iyanu’ by Nathaniel Bassey

…I love the ‘live’ feel of the song, with its amazing God ambience, the harmonies of choir, as well as their stoic chants. The single notes played in the intro were the quintessential Nathaniel Bassey styles intro, which was cool to hear with Micah’s ‘woahs’ supporting it nicely…

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#MusicReview: ‘One Thing’ by Hillsong || What is Your Favourite Hillsong Worship Song?

There’s something magnificent about recording your song live, with the ‘woahs’, giving the audience leeway to echo the track’s passion. This piece over here is my life’s theme song! Nothing could ever be more fulfilling than having a relationship with God and constantly tasting his awesomeness. The lead singer has definitely done so, and this is an addiction with no pain or negative effect.

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#SpankingNew #MusicReview: ‘Give You Praise’ by Chris Agape

Enjoy this piece by Chris Agape…Easy to sing along lyrics, the pizzicato feel of the sound after the introductory chords, the cool guitar twangs toward the end of the piece, the emphatic beat of the drums at the bridge and the mature sound of the bass are a few of the highlights of this rendition.

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#SpankingNew #MusicReview : ‘Land of Promise’ by Ty Bello

…There’s something really special about Ty’s voice. Something extra, called prayer. In my very mind, people who pray have a certain kind of feel to their voice, coupled with digested scripture sung effortlessly and an unshakable passion…

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#MusicReview: ‘Jehovah Ebenezer’ by Onos

Somewhere in my mind, she’s jazz, but I quickly fell in love with the refreshing sound of the bass and Onos’s hush mutterings.

This song has a pensive air, with Onos singing in her alto range laced with Zulu inflections . You need not hear her other songs to know she’s got vocal prowess, and a healthy growl*wink*

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