Gospel Music Review: Zone of Trinity


Gospel Music-Zone of Trinity

The Church Lady’s  Gospel Music Review for the month of April  is on  Jesse Mantey (Zone of Trinity) The Call My Answer (TCMA)

Zone of the Trinity style of music is a unique blend of the talents of an African and American gospel artist who has been given a voice in a time when we all so desperately cry and pour out our hearts in worship to the ONE and ONLY GOD ALMIGHTY!
Born as Jesse Crosby Mantey and known as Zone Of The Trinity in the music circles, he is a Ghanaian who lived most of his early years in Accra and grew up in a family whose members had a lot of musical talents but was mostly subdued in pursuit of other careers.

Zone Of The Trinity writes and arranges for various competitions and artists. He says his writing and singing has been influenced by the contemporary gospel movement in Ghana by the likes of Bishop Eric Kwapong, Rev. Tom Bright-Davies, Danny Nettey, Nii Okai, Josh Laryea, and many international influences like Fred Hammond, Kirk Franklin, Darwin Hobbs, Bebe and Cece Winans, Gary Oliver, Graham Kendrick’s, Paul Baloche, Don Moen and many more. He owes a special gratitude to all these trail blazers and especially to Ebi Mensah of CCBC London for steering him in the right direction.

He asked me to review his latest project and I must say CLB family it is a breath of fresh air, it is a little bit of country, little bit of african and a little bit of gospel-different to say the least.

Appropriately titled, The Call My Answer (TCMA) Project is Zone’s maiden project, a trio-track EP containing three  songs including Doubting Castle, I Can’t Runaway Anymore and my preference, I’m So Ready.

On a scale of 1 – 5, my gospel music review of the project is 3 only because I would have liked to have enjoyed reviewing more than just a clip of the selections.

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