Sensational gospel singer and Worship leader, Eloho releases her second album ‘Unrestrained’ + New Single ”He’s Alive”
Produced by one of Africa’s finest sound crafters – Akinwunmi Oluniyi ‘FLOROCKA’ Akiremi, the 12 tracker musical project is Eloho’s second studio album. A mellifluous combination of tracks showcasing her abundant gifting of music genres ranging from worship to inspirational and life-giving songs, spiced with a distinctive African flavor that motivates and energizes you to worship God even in the very confines of your home.
Also contained in the classic body of work is – ‘Fearless’ – a powerful song of confidence that seeks to empower every listener who has lived in fear; to stand fearless. The fear of rejection, fear of not being accepted, fear of what people will say or do, the fear of stepping out has restrained us but ‘Fearless’ encourages you to live courageous because God is a safe place to hide and always ready to help when we need Him.
Other tracks on the album like ‘Once Again’, ‘The Name of Jesus’, ‘He’ll Do It Again’, ‘Worship Medley’ and‘Praise Jam’ feature Gospel music heavyweights like Isabella, Gracey, Anna Barton, Sunkey andFLOROCKA. In perfect harmony, they add a very unique flavor to the album, something pleasing to your tastefor good music.
In very many ways, this album is uniquely different from her debut album ‘Arise’ which made its own impact.Songs on the ‘Unrestrained‘ album are full of life, ecstatic, full of hope and a good blend of modern day style of writing and vibrancy, clearly ministering to the heart of anyone who has lost hope, focus, or direction in life or ministry and breeding a new life into their worship.
‘Unrestrained’ is born out of personal experiences and inspired by Psalms 46: 1-3. As a whole, the album speaks about the freedom we have in Christ.
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Check out her second single ‘He’s Alive’, off Eloho’s sophomore album ‘Unrestrained’. Produced by Florocka this song reminds us of the victory that we have in Jesus, the freedom that we possess to be; and do who God has called us to be. ‘For everyone that has felt like a failure, a misfit, felt out of place, condemned, restrained, rejected, He’s Alive is your song of victory. Rejoice in the victory wherewith Christ has set you free! There is therefore n condemnation because we are in Christ Jesus. Get your dancing shoes on, He’s Alive is a song of celebration.