Album Review: No Other Name by Hillsong

While I believe many of you have listened to this album, and hopefully loved it. I had to review it because it’s the first Hillsong album I listened to in full.

Obviously like everyone else, we have listened to music by Hillsong, liked it and have praised and worshipped to it in Church so there is no need for an introduction.

No other name was released in 2014, but I didn’t get to know about it till the first half of 2015 when I got it from a friend. Funny story, I didn’t even intentionally want to get it, I had gone to get series on a flash. My friend asked whether I liked Hillsong and if I wanted their new album, I agreed and he assured me that I would like it. And so I took it, and listened to it over a load of junk food.

But seriously, I loved it; the album was the ultimate worship experience for me. Am sure most of you have listened to it so I won’t say much but if you haven’t, make it a point to do so. You’ll like it, I promise.

As usual, for Hillsong, the vocals and instrumentals are amazing and with this Album, all the songs are slow. They are more or less like a prayer of worship and a testimony of what Jesus and Christ has done.

The message is beautiful, the album was centred on the power in the name of Jesus (hence the title, No other name). The miracles, signs, wonders, His love for us, the freedom and peace found in Christ and the Grace he gives to start afresh are all sung about.

My personal favourites were All Things New, No Other Name and Mountain.

Please listen and I hope you like it.

Hugs and hearts

Esteri 🙂


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