There was nothing more outstanding than when vocalist cum super producer FloRocka’s single ‘You Are Lord’ topped the charts on ourstage.com, winning a $1000 prize! I absolutely loved his feature on Pita’s ‘No Evil’, with his amazing voice taking an operatic turn at the bridge, accompanied by the piano singing the line ‘I will dwell in the secret place of the most high God now and forever’. And how could I ever forget the nation’s favourite, ‘Twale’ which was such a ubiquitous hit on the Nigerian streets and beyond.
Mirroring the passion and vocal agility of Juanita Bynum, she led ‘You Deserve The Glory’ some weeks ago and ‘utter’ slayed the song
The air conditioning at the Guiding Light Assembly smelled like refreshing chlorine water relaxing me immediately with thoughts of wading into a pool. The white canopies supplied by Elizabeth R, the concert lights and fog machine quickly registered ‘en pointe ‘ vibes on the event. I was giddy.
Reminiscing on music, I have never for once forgotten the legendary Lady Esse Agesse, with her unforgetable hit ‘Peppersoupe’. Becoming a gospel musician, with her renewed spirit added even more verve to her music. I fondly remember the track, ‘Ara Eba Mi Yo’…
I love the Lindseys, and it’s so exciting they are coming to Nigeria. As part of their Revival Tour, they’ll be headlining a two day worship and word event hosted by Ignite, the youth fellowship of Guiding Light Assembly…with amazing gospel artistes like Nathaniel Bassey, Mairo Ese, Florocka…
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.
…My go-to-worship song …Its simple worship style and honest lyrics evoke a thirst which is aptly captured in its video…
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.
Who would have thought the Experience would have been so real to me via YouTube! It was so worth it. I literally felt like God gave me a hug!
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!