Nigerian gospel singer, Nathaniel Bassey Apologizes for Album Delay: “It Would Surely Be Worth The Wait he said on his Instagram post.
Renowned worship leader Nathaniel Bassey has taken to social media to apologize to fans, music lovers for the delay of his new album “The Names of God,” which was initially due on February 1st.
Shalom Saints! Apologies for the uncharacteristic delay in the release of this album,” wrote Bassey in an Instagram post, “However, feelers indicate this would be resolved and released any moment from now.”
” IT WOULD SURELY BE WORTH THE WAIT,” The imela-singer concluded.
Recall in January, Nathaniel Bassey announced the release of his new album and dropped the lead single “See What the Lord Has Done”. “The Names of God” is the compelling follow-up to Bassey’s “Hallelujah Again” album which dropped in 2019. The new project was recorded live at RCCG, The King’s Court in November 2021with guest appearances Ntokozo Mbambo, Victoria Orenze, Ada Ehi, and Mr M & Revelation.
He is confident that the wait will surely worth the delay and apologies to his fans all over to be patience with him as it will released soon.
Several opinions had been made as some said released dates should not be faulted while some believes, it’s all for the better.
In all don’t you think for a man like Nathaniel Bassey it will definitely worth the wait?
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