Jabez goes live

Monday, November 12, 2018

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Gospel singer Jabez is adding a new dimension to his latest studio album titled Amazing Praise .

“The big difference between my previous albums and this one is that 90 per cent of tracks are done with live instruments. The music sounds much better,” he told Jamaica Observer.

Released on September 16 in Brooklyn, New York, Amazing Praise is the singer's sixth studio project. The producers are Earth Element Band and Adrian Scarlett, while the album is on Jabez's Bless Generation imprint.

According to the singer, launches were also held in New York and South Florida. A Jamaican launch is in the works.

“We released the project in the US to try to attract the US market. We must explore other markets for cross-over appeal. It's my dream to break in the US market,” he said.

“I am currently on tour in the US to promote the new album. The feedback and reception has been amazing... These songs are powerful and will bless your souls. I am giving God thanks. This album is for the people. We need to be uplifted... Jabez is known worldwide as an inspiration,” he continued.

The tracks include I Feel The Fire, Need You Now, and Jesus Sweet.

Hailing from the community of Linstead in St Catherine, Jabez (given name Clive Provost) has carved out a name in gospel circles. His December 2016 Reconnect set debuted at number 33 on the Billboard Reggae album chart at the end of January 2017.

His popular songs including Warrior O, Drinking From my Saucer, and Mi Know Say Mi Blessed.

— Brian Bonitto

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