Since releasing his debut album “Elohim” in 2008, Renowned worship leader and prolific songwriter Nathaniel Bassey has spearheaded and revitalized contemporary worship music in Nigeria led by the inspiration of spirit-filled sounds and lyrics that has transformed into several anthems, stuck in the lips of many around the world today.
Nathaniel’s newly released “Hallelujah Again,” marks his seventh studio album following his widely received “The King is Coming” released in 2019. The 14-track LP boasts several outstanding collaborations including Dove Award-winning worship leader Sinach, Afrocentric pop-worship artist Ada Ehi, Victoria Orenze, Chandler Moore, More.
Here are our five favorite songs from the “Hallelujah Again” album worthy of your playlist. [Gmusicplus List]
5. Olorun Agbaye ft. Chandler Moore & Oba
An electrifying sound of worship that fast became an anthem on the lips of many upon release, “Olorun Agbaye” is an expression in the Yoruba dialect that expresses God’s mightiness and power. The moving worship ballad finds Chandler Moore impressively singing in the popular Nigerian “Yoruba” language and Oba delivering a power eulogy, making this track a must-listen.
4. Yahweh Yahweh ft. Sinach
2021 witnessed the long-awaited collaboration between Nathaniel Bassey and Sinach as they both penned a song together in this album. “Yahweh Yahweh” is yet another praise-worship number on “Hallelujah” and it’s served with simple, easy-to-singalong lyrics that will resonate in the heart of listeners. It’s an expression of adoration, exaltation, and celebration of God’s greatness.
3. So Good ft. Ada Ehi
Nathaniel Bassey teams up with Afrocentric pop-worship artist Ada Ehi to declare God’s goodness on this mid-tempo record. It’s the 6th track on the ‘Hallelujah Again’ album and it’s sure to add flavor to your playlist.
2. What A Saviour
Soothing and Heartwarming, this track is a beautiful expression of God’s precious love towards us. It highlights the great price Christ paid for our salvation which we have received by Grace. It’s a song that will stir up hearts and spirits into deep worship of the Father.
Taking to social media, Nathaniel Bassey revealed “What a Saviour” as one of his favorite on his latest record, “Hallelujah Again”.
1. Hallelujah Challenge Medley
One of the fan-favorite songs from the album, this medley features a compilation of praise songs used frequently in Nathaniel’s Hallelujah Challenge sessions, most of which have become an anthem on the lips of many globally. The 14-min long track will also serve as a vital praise-worship tool in homes.
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