St. Greg (with The New Waves) – East Wind. BEST SONGS ARE IN THE CHURCH! There is most likely no other most ideal approach to depict “East Wind”, another gospel reggae track performed by St. Greg with the astounding New Waves, otherwise called the Dready Boys in the mid 90s.
“Best Songs Are In The Church” is an engraving at the last part of the wonderful “East Wind” video coordinated by a standout amongst other music movie chief, Cyril Dova.
Definitely, “East Wind” would today be able to remain as an expert in the gospel reggae music around the globe.
What’s more, not just that it has an immaculate mood and tune to move to, it is a gospel tune that uncovers the truth of the action of the Holy Spirit and puts a spring on the means of each Christian, realizing that Christianity isn’t an insignificant religion yet an existence brimming with culmination, satisfaction, uprightness, peace and bliss in the Holy Ghost.
St. Greg was in the past the lead artist of a honor winning gathering, the New Waves in the 90s, with whom their presentation collection “Yardstick” took the universe of reggae music by storm. At that point, not long after such a gigantic achievement, little or nothing was known about the gathering, faulted for the uncaring methodology of their account/administration organization, spiced with the gossipy tidbits the demise of the most youthful/lead artist, Greg Thompson, today known as St. Greg.
Their a great many fans far and wide had surrendered any desire for seeing them again together as a gathering after around 3 decades from dynamic music.
In any case, the sacred writing records that “whatsoever is born of God overcometh the world….” And today, this sacred writing is satisfied!
What do we say at that point? The much plugged Reggae Gospel Hit, EAST WIND is at long last here on both video and sound arrangements.