You get a strong sense of warmth when you listen to this type of tune. Rosalind Solomon’s latest song, “God of Mount Zion,” skilfully incorporates elements from a variety of genres.
“God of Mount Zion” is a love hymn sung by God’s children as they visit and adore him on Mount Zion. It is to glorify God in the name of Yahushua Jesus.
The melody’s tenderness is so intimate and personal as if it’s right there in the room with you. From the minute the music begins, which is already a significant statement for the excellent quality of production involved. The sheer level of emotion pouring out is the first thing you notice and feel as you listen to the music as it begins.
The lead vocal is a lovely blend of compassion and depth. The lyrics are barely whispered but with genuine meaning – so skilfully and intensely sung; a tremendous amount of focus and dedication is consistently visible. The thoughts seem to go much further than the song’s phrases allow, which is a stunning impact.
“God of Mount Zion” is a beautiful couple of minutes of music and performance. Although the overall sound resembles certain Gospel jazz crossovers from recent years, the detail, color, and passion all contribute to something entirely unique and dependably wonderful. Your attention is held in a variety of ways at all times.
The music essentially combines mesmerizing, addictive aspects with a lot more alternative, creatively free, and honest indie perspective. It’s worth listening to a few times to soak it all in perfect form, and once you do, it’ll confidently settle in as go-to music for any number of different scenarios.
The single manages to encapsulate the audience at the core of such a feeling – in a manner that screams out for unity and love for God – by fusing relevant parts of gospel music with those from numerous other genres. Definitely worth a listen at total volume.