Jane Pela & The Grace Singers - Sing Aloud

Published Monday 2nd April 2007
Jane Pela & The Grace Singers - Sing Aloud
Jane Pela & The Grace Singers - Sing Aloud

STYLE: World
RATING 6 6 6 6 6 6
OUR PRODUCT CODE: 22551-8511
LABEL: Independent

Reviewed by George Luke

Jane Pela - Pastor Jane Pela, to give her her full title - is a Nigerian worship leader, and this album is a live recording done at the House of Grace church in Lagos. "Praise is not just what we do; it's who we are," she announces at the beginning, before launching into 77 minutes of choruses with her band and singers. It's a good effort - but with much of its lyrical content rarely rising above the "I want to praise/for the rest of my days" level, it's really not saying anything new, nor is it saying any of the old stuff differently or uniquely. Musically, every now and then Jane and her band get a nice little African rhythm going - but for the most part, what we have here is Hillsong with a Nigerian accent.

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Reader Comments

Posted by Leke Olaoye in UATH Abuja @ 21:28 on Apr 29 2014

Pastor Jane, God bless this great and Anointed Woman of God from whom the "cloak of worship" fell on me 13 years ago as tennager. Your ministry has blessed lives and is imparting lives. This is a woman who receives songs directly from heaven; through Angels atimes. I celebrate you Ma and the unique grace on your life and ministry. More Auction...

Posted by john kennedy in italy @ 18:01 on Aug 24 2011

To God be the glory, i was in church during the recording of this awesome worship session ever since it has being part of me i will say you just ave to listen and see what you ave being missing i miss you all house of grace.

Posted by sam Cadnel in benin Cotonou @ 13:42 on Jun 6 2011

just to tell that you're the best May God bless

Posted by Lawal temiloluwa in oko oba agege @ 08:46 on Sep 3 2010

I've been blessed through the songs that are recorded in this very album. Please how can I get the CDs of this album.

Reply by Wunmi in London @ 15:58 on Nov 26 2010

Hello Temi,

Thanks for leaving a comment. For Pastor Jane's album and songs contact Saints Media via the lagos admin office of the ministry on 017744342.

You are blessed.

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Posted by seyi bamisebi in nigeria @ 19:44 on Jan 25 2010

pst jane is a true worshipper whose songs help me worship God in spirit n in truth.i bliv d nex album will be better.let d critic do his job and lets worship God wit our heart.lol

Posted by pastor peace emmanue in lagos nigeria @ 03:40 on Dec 12 2009

you are a wonderful bunch and atrue pride of Gods leadind lady.you are agreat mentor to generations now and those unborn.i admire your sold out lifestyle with God as it shows in your music. it is a proof of your relationship with God. I LOVE THE WAY YOU LOVE GOD.

Posted by Leonard Akporokah in lagos @ 10:38 on Jun 29 2009

Anticipating on "eyes like fire" all i pray for is the grace of God to continually fill Pastor Jane and the grace singers to give us the word.Thank you Pastor Jane and i thank God for your life.

Posted by ugonma in france @ 14:21 on May 20 2009

i hope eyes like fire would be as soultouching as sing aloud. I used to be or still am a member of house of grace and i pray that God will always be as soultouching as eyes like fire.God be with you guys Jane Pela and her husband. I miss u guys.

Posted by FEMI AJIBIKE in NAVY TOWN LAGOS @ 23:00 on May 17 2009

The opinion of men has never been stable,it changes like the british weather."there are no permanent friends,there are only permanent interest".but what is important to note is that criticism when constructively pushed forward is meant to bring about a paradigm shift. sing aloud is tight and there is always room for improvement in subsequent release or editions. But we must learn to appreciate people and criticise constructively.

Posted by ogechi Amuta in lagos @ 09:15 on Mar 5 2009

it's da bom!!!!!!!!!!!i

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