#MusicReview: ‘God So Loved’ by Hillsong
#AlbumReview: ‘The Cross My Gaze’ by Mercy Chinwo|| Streams of Mercy on the Highlife Beat
#Prophetiquette The Series, Episode 6: Dear Mrs WOK, Learn not to say Too Much.
It seems to me that sometimes, we try really hard to get out of dire situations by our wills, but what we actually need is prayer, and through that a supply of the spirit comes and our deliverance is sure. God himself lifts us out of dire straits.
The fast has officially begun and I’d like to share with y’all how I pray…Cwesi Oteng’s Kabiyesi gave me energy, when I began to feel the hypoglycemic pangs of the fast…lol
We had an earlier edition on the 14th of April this year, with superb original songs from our Tribe Petra music team, a palpable presence of God and His yummy word, and of course, several healings: from cancers, back pains, eye defects and so forth.
New on the scene is Neon Adejo, who is really no newbie in the real sense, having sung alongside and recorded songs with gospel names like Lauretta Cookey, Onos Ariyo and the late Eric Arubayi. With his Mali Music-esque vocals, Neon is definitely on course for musical success.
Whenever I hear the phrase’Allo Mate’ the one person that comes to mind is Guvna B! And yes he’s gonna have a music evening at Bethnal Green. This is one of the moments I miss my #LondonTown
I love songs that come from the place of prayer. They have this ingenious quality and always touch the spirit beautifully. If you love such songs as I do, catch Onos at her worship concert this month…
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
Even this part seems like another climax, with the drums roar even louder and continously, giving Taya Smith leverage for heart wrenching adlibs…
Are y’all looking for something concerty or a spoken word evening, then I have a great line up of events for July and August..
My super highlight was when Pastor Ayo led ‘Wonder’ by Amanda Cook and it supplied a different kind of dopamine! We were totally enveloped in God’s love as we set our minds on things above.