The weekend beginning 4th March 2016 has been good for new visuals.
Music videos out from the UK Gospel scene this weekend are sufficiently varied to sustain even the most abstracts of tastes: Contemporary African Praise & Worship, RnB/Soul and Hip-Hop from a 5 year old (yes, you read that right).
Aaron T Aaron – I Will Sing of Your Praise ft Mike Abdul
Taken from his second album ‘Here & Real’ (released late 2015), Aaron T Aaron‘s brand new video ‘I Will Sing Of Your Praise’ features Mike Abdul (international artist in his own right, and part of the huge Nigerian group Midnight Crew).
Fans of West African flavoured Praise & Worship will find quite a bit to like here, and Aaron is never one to do things by halves. This is a video that’s had quite a lot spent on it in terms of time, cash, production, location and more.
Like they say: you can see every penny on the screen. It’s well worth checking out.
Upload Date: 4 March 2015
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Christina Matovu – Find Forever
‘Find Forever‘ is the second video from Christina’s excellent debut 5-track EP, ‘Heart Art‘. It follows on from the lush and rather lovely, Mr Damention-produced debut single, ‘Love Though It‘.
‘Find Forever‘ is perfect for those needing their music a bit more abstract and cerebral: a song of empowerment and hope, and perfectly suited to Christina’s vocal tone and delivery.
Another one worthy of your time.
Upload Date: 4 March 2016
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Khaliyl Kieyen Kaeydan (3 Kings) – I AM A KING
3 Kings‘ pedigree is impeccable. Their parents are Femi ‘Smooflow‘ and Rocheon Iloyi, who’ve been around music for nearly two decades, starting out as Royal Priesthood, then being part of the influential Zion Noiz collective along the way, and pretty much holding it down in what I’ll loosely describe as the conscious Hip-Hop category.
These boys are no strangers to international fame, though (yes, international fame. You might remember Kieyen as the precocious 2-year old – yes, two – whose natural aptitude for vocal cadence meant rapping came ridiculously easily and earned him a spot on Ellen, while his older brother Khaliyl is the youngest rapper to appear on Charlie Sloth’s BBC Hip-Hop show)
Don’t take my word for it; you get to see (and hear) it all recapped in ‘I Am A King’ – I think you’ll like it.
Upload Date: 4 March 2016
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