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Nathaniel Bassey Readies To Launch “The Names of God” Album



Nathaniel Bassey Readies To Launch “The Names of God” Album

Barely a year after the successful release of “Hallelujah Again,” Renowned worship leader, Nathaniel Bassey sets to release a brand new live album “The Names of God,” on February 1, 2022.

The project which was recorded live at RCCG, The King’s Court in November 2021 featured guest appearances Ntokozo Mbambo, Victoria Orenze, Ada Ehi, and Mr M & Revelation.

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Taking to social media to announce the forthcoming project, Nathaniel revealed the official cover art on Instagram along with a caption giving insight into the release.

“Come 1st of February 2022, the sounds of heaven will hit the Earth. We EXPERIENCED such glory recording this, and we can’t wait to share this with you”

Nathaniel Bassey Readies To Launch “The Names of God” Album

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He wrote,

“These are Anthems, Prophetic Chants, high Praises, Songs of Adoration, Songs of deliverance, psalms, hymns, and spiritual songs all doing ONE THING! PROCLAIMING THE NAMES OF OUR GOD!”

Bassey added saying

“Songs play critical roles in our relationship with God. They help us navigate the realm of the spirit. And by God’s grace, you will find this project very useful.”

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The announcement post has fueled excitement among fans and music lovers with comments expressing their eager anticipation to be blessed by yet another collection of new music from Nathaniel Bassey.

Recall in 2021, Nathaniel Bassey released his seventh studio album “Hallelujah Again,” which follows his acclaimed 2019 album, “The King is Coming”.

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The 14-track set boasts several outstanding collaborations, including American worship artist Chandler Moore of Maverick City on “Olorun Agbaye”, Dove Award-winning worship leader Sinach on “Yahweh Yahweh”; Afrocentric pop-worship artist Ada Ehi on “So Good”; Victoria Orenze on “Righteous One”.

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