NEW ALBUM: Solomon – Eklektik Worship


Solomon - Eklektik Worship
Gospel Songs Mp3

Solomon is back with his full album titled “Eklektik Worship,” a few months after he released the last single – ‘Nara Ekene’. The styles evinced and expressed in this album were evidently influenced by a variety of genres.

However, weaving through all these styles is the consistent recognizable sounds of Solomon’s heartfelt worship.

Included in this album are his previous singles “Remember”, “Most High”, “You Are God” and “Nara Ekene”.

Album Tracklists Eklektik Worship

1. You Are God | Play

2. I See | Play

3. God Is With Me (Covid-19) | Play

4. Awesome God Play

5. God In The Heavens | Play

6. Remember Play |

7. Psalm 104 (You Alone) | Play

8. Honour & Praise | Play

9. Most High | Play

10. Nara Ekene Play

11. Fresh Fire | Play

12. You Reign | Play

Boomplay | Napster

Solomon Brief Biography

A Professional Process Engineer by day, Solomon is also the bestselling Author of “Easy Songwriting For The Beginner”. Added to that, he is a, singer, song writer, recording artiste and worship leader in his local church – the Fountain of Love Aberdeen for the last 13 years.

He was co-founder of two different a-capella groups i.e – SOP (Sounds of Praise) and Q-Praise (Quality Praise) that wrote all their songs and mentored younger groups and other singers to do the same. A couple of his songs include the globally acclaimed and world class singles “Remember” and “Most High”.

He is also the host of The Song Writing Hub on Facebook and Youtube where he coaches and encourages singers, choirs and other interested parties to write their first song.

He has been featured on various platforms like Radio31, Heartsong Live and Rejoice America Radio.

Solomon believes that his music & ministry has one purpose i.e. to speak restoration and healing always to situations, relationships, minds, emotions, bodies and ministries. He believes that an open and honest relationship with the Father (no pretense or excuses about mistakes, gaffes or sins) engenders an atmosphere that allows the Spirit of God to not only “birth” new songs that carry His unction in deed but also address the various issues in the Body of Christ.

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