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Music: Eric Arubayi – Most High [@iamericarubayi]

Off his forthcoming sophomore album set to debut later this year comes “Most High” by Gospel music minister Eric Arubayi.

Very descriptive of the supreme personality of God – the Most High – Eric makes use of both South African and Igbo diction in his illustration as he praises God.

The song, produced by the prolific producer Wilson Joel, is heavy on string instruments. The rising pitch gives depth to Eric’s expression in the praise of God, so does the adlibs and heavy chords, as the song hits crescendo.

Eric Arubayi has been described in time past as a R&B/Classic Soul artiste but it is safe to say he is pushing the frontiers with recent releases such as“The Sound” & “My Everything”. He released his debut album in 2011 titled “Redefined” which saw him working with the likes of Jesse Jagz and South African Sizwe Mawaza.

The song “Most High” follows the release of the single “The Sound” which was released in March 2016.
Download and listen to Most High

Credits:

Graphics: Okey Ani (@mr_okeyani)

Styling: Chimela (@chiemela33)

Photograhy: Lucas Ugo (@Lucasugo2)

Produced by: Wilson Joel (@wilsonjoel)

Connect:
Twitter: @iamericarubayi
Facebook | Instagram: @ericarubayi

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Written by Perry Martins

Perry Martins, officially known as Martins Okonkwo is One of Africa's foremost Gospel Music and Christian Entertainment blogger. He is Tony Elumelu Foundation Alumni and a Young African Leaders Initiative Alumni.
Perry is also a Radio and TV host on Gospotainment Radio.