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.
intro to ‘Deliverer’ is phenomenal with an electric guitar power chord progression…The oohs make me feel like a rockstar and Glowreeyah infuses the appropriate amount of Igbo to enable the song retain its universal rock element.
I don’t know if anybody knows this, but Phishaman is one of my favourite rappers, so I’ve been waiting for a new track from him for time. Bt-dubs, he’s the rapper on Ty Bello’s ‘The Future Remix’. This review will feature his spanking new track in addition to an old favourite!
Enjoy this upbeat pop jam on D major, with teases of rock on 4/4 time by Chris Tomlin, featuring Daniel Gokey. I’m pretty sure this single will be a smash hit, following the promotion of Chris’s new album ‘Never Lose Sight’, but I couldn’t wait! I have utterly bonded with the song .
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
…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…
…My winning song is Rachel’s cover of Sam Cooke’s ‘A Change is Gonna Come’ which goes by the name ‘Love Reign’. She leaves this king-piece ballad with a tear worthy violin intro, glorious trumpet infusions and touches of the Jackson 5 flavour…