For the second time, award winning singer/songwriter and renowned worship leader, Nathaniel Bassey took to his social media platforms to warn those who have been comparing him to his colleagues in the industry to stop doing so.
The “Olorun Agbaye” crooner pens down via his Instagram page; “Never be a part of this error. For some it’s fun. But it actually does more harm than good.”
He also noted that the practice “does more harm than good” and can only engender strife and unhealthy competition.
What’s this new trend of comparing Music Ministers for God’s Sake – Nathaniel Bassey reacts for the second time
About Nathaniel Bassey
Nathaniel Bassey was born in Lagos, Nigeria. He is from Ikot Ofon Ikono, Uyo local government area in Akwa-Ibom state, South-South Nigeria. His father, Mr E Joshua Bassey, was a minister in The Apostolic Church Bashua Assembly and from an early age he developed a love for both music and the gospel.
He was inspired when He saw Dr Panam Percy Paul, a prominent Nigerian gospel music icon in concert over twenty years ago and since then, His passion for music has grown and translated into various musical experiences.
In his early years, he developed a rather uncommon interest for jazz music and began listening, imitating and playing to the music of Louis Armstrong, Miles Davies, Clifford Brown, Charlie Parker, Stan Getz and Kirk Whalum, Phil Driscoll, Hugh Masakela and other Jazz luminaries. His zeal for the Jazz form would later stir him to seek out bands and groups along the Jazz lines. He then joined a top jazz quartet in Lagos, Spectrum 4, where he played alongside his childhood friends.
Nathaniel, a graduate of Politics and International Relations at the University of London, also serves as the director of music at the RCCG; The King’s Court. He has attended music courses in and out of the country including the Middlesex University Summer School UK, where he studied popular music and music business. He writes, sings and produces his own music and records with diverse groups of musicians.
Nathaniel’s debut album Elohim was recorded and mixed in Cape Town, South Africa in the year 2008. It has been described as a spiritual and Artistic masterpiece with the hit track “Someone’s knocking at the door” a soft-rock tune currently generating so much interest locally and internationally. His latest Album “The King is Coming” is available now for streaming and downloading via all major digital stores.
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Originally posted on January 24, 2021 @ 2:57 PM