‘I Will Follow’ by Jeremy Camp [Saturday Morning Review]

Saturday Morning Review - Jeremy Camp

After two weeks of reminiscing on the Christian albums that rocked 2014, I reckon it’s time we come back to the present. If not for anything but for the fact that we have another electrifying album in our hands. This time from Jeremy Camp. To Christian music lovers Jeremy Camp needs no formal introduction; the 37-year-old father of three has sold over four million albums including four RIAA Gold-certified albums, a RIAA Multi-Platinum long-form video and a Gold-certified digital single. He has ... Continue Reading

[Saturday Morning Review] 5 Christian Albums You Missed in 2014

Saturday Morning Review - 2014 Missed Christian Albums

At the very at least, two Christian albums were released every blessed week in 2014. As a Christian music reviewer, I heard and listened to tons of albums, so yes 2014 had dozens of albums that blessed my life. Last week, I shared my top 10 albums of 2014. What I didn’t share was the dilemma I faced and fact that when I first compiled the list of albums I had a little over 40 albums when I was only looking for 10. I began narrowing them down and chopping records out (which isn’t a very pleasant ... Continue Reading

Top 10 Christian Albums of 2014 [Saturday Morning Review]

Saturday Morning Review - TOP 10

Although I am all still basking in the euphoria of 2015, I can’t quickly dismiss 2014 especially the impeccable arts (in terms of music) that graced 2014 and now blasting our radio in 2015. 2014 was nothing short of a spectacular year in Christian music, and I am nothing but grateful for this. Christian music soared, breaking into charts that are so frequently dominated by secular artists. Albums in 2014 were awe-inspiring, and I will be spotlighting the best of the best as far as Christian ... Continue Reading

‘We Will Not Be Shaken’ by Bethel Music [Saturday Morning Review]

Saturday Morning Review - Bethel

Bethel Music is back, this time more formidable than ever. The Redding, CA based worship ministry introduces a new generation of vocalists in an array of hip singers, instrumentalists, and songwriters (that you will definitely fall in love with) all featured on the new album, “We Will Not Be Shaken.” The live album and DVD houses 11 new astounding worship tunes. While some of the songs will become anthems, others will stir up a revival, but all the tunes will ultimately draw people to Christ. ... Continue Reading

An #EPIC iPad Drum Solo [Video]

ipad drum solo awesomeness

Because he didn't have the money, space, and lived in an apartment and didn't want to disturb the neighbors, he didn't have a drum set. But just because you don't have drums, doesn't mean you're not a drummer. Case in point: ... Continue Reading

5 New Christmas Albums Totally Worth It


Christmas is here again! I say that as if you needed my affirmation to tell you that Christmas is here. As always this wonderful season we shall all falls back on some wonderful Christmas family traditions. Regardless of our different  Christmas traditions a few things are constant - Jesus is celebrated across the globe, Christmas decorations are everywhere illuminating the darkest of nights, and millions of people listen to festive Christmassy music. Christmas music never gets trite despite ... Continue Reading

GIVEAWAY! – Passion: The Essential Collection [Saturday Morning Review]

Saturday Morning Review - Passion Essentials

Attending a Passion Conference one of the things in my bucket list. Every year the Passion Conference gets bigger, and this event is responsible for some of the most groundbreaking music. Besides the music Passion Movement led by the Atlanta-based pastor, Louie Giglio sees over 20 million college students across the globe awaken to the reality of an omnipotent and glorious Creator. Millions of young people mostly students from across the globe have joined the Passion movement, united across ... Continue Reading

‘Neon Steeple’ by David Crowder [Saturday Morning Review]

Saturday Morning Review - Neon Steeple

A few weeks ago, I had a Skype session with Eric Dye. Eric, though some of you may not know, is presently rocking a beard (think #NoShaveNovemberx2!). Somewhere in between talking about the great missionary work he is doing in Italy and my Nigerian story we talked a bit about Crowder’s beard, though not his music. Today, I want to talk a bit about Crowder’s beard sound, especially from his latest project titled “Neon Steeple." ... Continue Reading