Nathaniel Bassey releases his 6th studio album titled ‘THE KING IS COMING‘. A Thirteen tracks project including his just released chanting Yeshua Hamashiach.
Three things I trust this would ignite in your life – PRAYER – POWER & PASSION for HIS Presence.
Lately I’ve been meditating on the mystery of songs in worship. Why music or singing is such an integral part of our worship of God. So important He says in Psalm 100:2 to COME BEFORE HIS PRESENCE WITH SINGING. Not a suggestion, but a divine protocol. Singing to yourselves with PSALMS, HYMNS & SPIRITUAL SONGS. Ephesians 5 :18.
Something happens when we proclaim who God is, His power and what He has done in songs. I have seen this myself. Seasons change, atmospheres change, situations change. Even we are changed. God’s voice is obvious and clear. Not because it wasn’t always clear, but because we position ourselves properly to hear and receive, taking the posture of true worship. we hit the right frequency. After all, He dwells in and inhabits the praises of Israel ( His People)
So I look forward to putting this in your hands especially as we approach an interesting year, 2020.
Stream/Purchase Album Via;
- Nathaniel Bassey – Emmanuel
2. Nathaniel Bassey – All Power
3. Nathaniel Bassey – There Is A Place
4. Nathaniel Bassey – He Has Prevailed
5. Nathaniel Bassey – Holy
6. Nathaniel Bassey – Jehovah Nissi
7. Nathaniel Bassey – The King Is Coming
8. Nathaniel Bassey – Carry Me
9. Nathaniel Bassey – Thank You Lord
10. Nathaniel Bassey – I Will Dance
11. Nathaniel Bassey – You Are Holy
12. Nathaniel Bassey – Psalm 91
13. Nathaniel Bassey – Yeshua Hamashiach
About Nathaniel Bassey
Nathaniel Bassey was born in Lagos, Nigeria. He is from Ikot Ofon Ikono, Uyo local government area in Akwa-Ibom state, South-South Nigeria. His father, Mr E Joshua Bassey, was a minister in The Apostolic Church Bashua Assembly and from an early age he developed a love for both music and the gospel.
He was inspired when He saw Dr Panam Percy Paul, a prominent Nigerian gospel music icon in concert over twenty years ago and since then, His passion for music has grown and translated into various musical experiences.
In his early years, he developed a rather uncommon interest for jazz music and began listening, imitating and playing to the music of Louis Armstrong, Miles Davies, Clifford Brown, Charlie Parker, Stan Getz and Kirk Whalum, Phil Driscoll, Hugh Masakela and other Jazz luminaries. His zeal for the Jazz form would later stir him to seek out bands and groups along the Jazz lines. He then joined a top jazz quartet in Lagos, Spectrum 4, where he played alongside his childhood friends.