The Bishops Choir – Trust Him
Reviewer: Khare’ Hawkins
“What do I do , where shall I go , what do I say, when I need rest for my soul” ….” TRUST HIM “ is the blazing opening song and title cut off the Bishops Choir third album and if you’re a sincere fan of good ole’ Sunday morning church music, this album is a must have in your collection. Under the direction and spiritual leadership from their pastor, Bishop Jerome Wilcox, “The Bishops Choir” is no doubt one of the East Coast’s best kept secrets . This album is truly the total package, it will encourage you to keep the faith, as you will hear on track two “He Made A Way Out Of No Way” penned by new comer Brandon Watts. You will also want to snap your fingers on the jazzy tune “Worthy Of The Praise“ and lift your hands on the song “Power of the Cross”. And for all you Praise and Worship fans “Use Me” is a vulnerable song of praise and adoration. The album really shines with songs like “Love“ lead by their Minister of Music, Jeanne Rawls and the Sunday morning bump “Prepare” written by Estee Bullock and lead by director and executive producer D. Corey Shipley . The consistent mix of powerful vocals , incredible musicianship and excellent production makes this project a pleasurable listening experience from start to finish. “Trust Him” proves to be the best thus far of the choirs’ three independently released albums (“Live At The Cathedral “ and “God Has Been Good To Me”). This Church Choir hailing from Grace Cathedral church (Trenton, NJ), is making some serious noise and proving to be a choir that is here to stay.