After releasing the songs “Terre”, “I Do” and more, South African based Cameroonian artiste, Samuel Suh has a new song out titled “The Creator”.
“The Creator” was recorded after the artiste got inspired after recording a number of songs for a project he was working on. After recording and listening to the song, he felt a connection that made him realize that this song was “his calling” and the sole purpose of his music.
The Creator is the artiste’s first-ever gospel reggae song is about celebrating and giving thanks to God as the creator.
The simple and sweet song does a good job of reminding us that without the Creator, there really would be no creation. The instrumental is titled “Holy Spirit Riddim” and was produced by Shamma Sound System and T-Jack.
Samuel Suh’s gospel music is heavily influenced by his childhood with his family. His mum was a deaconess who would play praise and worship songs all day long. However, he cites listening to hip-hop, RnB, soul, reggae and more as other influences as well. The young artiste believes that his main mission is to bring light and the good news of Jesus Christ through his music.
He’s currently working on an EP titled Victory.
Listen and watch the lyric video here:
Source: kuulpeeps.com/Samuel Suh
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