The bible says in Matthew 5:6 Blessed are those who hunger and thirst for righteousness, for they will be filled. This song is a request to God to fulfil the desire of more with the holy spirit. It is a request to God from Bex as she asking for more of his glory. We all know that the best way to be filled is to stay in the presence of God.

As John 15:7- 8 is written [7] If ye abide in me, and my words abide in you,
ye shall ask what ye will, and it shall be done unto you.
[8] Herein is my Father glorified, that ye bear much fruit; so shall ye be my disciples. This song is all about adoration to God giving him the glory that he deserves. As his correction, his teaching his spirit and his loving word (The Bible) is what we need more of everyday.

This song is a musical representation of love, an offering and a sacrifice of praise unto the Lord Jesus because he loves to speak. Especially to those that want to listen. Bex hears God speaking to her. As she is on her walk of hope to meet him. This piece of music embodies her forms of communicating to him. Whilst the instrumentation generated by Stuart Green and Kenneth Mackay creates but yet adds to the gracefully to the lyrics with a summer bliss assemble of ‘Rock steady’ reggae sounds.

Life can get extremely challenging and yet feel extraordinary beautiful at the same time. This song is used to acknowledge the lord. As the bible says in Proverbs 3:6 In all thy ways acknowledge him, and he shall direct thy paths. We all need more of God. Thank you for reading! Now enjoy the sounds of Bex Grant singing some Reggae Gospel.

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The Producers

Kenny Mackay: producer, singer/songwriter has been in the music industry for 35 years. First as a secular artist/ producer and then finding his home in gospel music. Over recent years he has produced many top recording artists. His latest project is a joint venture with 3 Chronicles Studio and the golden voice of Bex Grant. In his own words “This is a magnificent album that will break a lot of chains of peoples lives.

To God be the glory”

Living for you – Song by Kenny Mackay (Featuring
Naybelles) Naomi and Bella

Stuart Green became interested in music from a very young age, and
at age 9 I gravitated to an upright piano both my parents used to play,
owing my whole interest in music to them. I later joined my high
school band with guitarist and friend Noel Megan and veered off
towards the bass guitar, rhythm guitar and drums, which I ended up
playing for a while.

After leaving school I enrolled in an apprenticeship with Marconi Avionics during which time I went back to playing keyboards and joined two reggae bands, one from south London playing drums and piano, and the other from east London playing keyboards only.

The latter called Revelation released a single called With you boy becoming an instant hit in the reggae charts during the early eighties, eventually reaching number one for 5 weeks (with the “Bside” reaching number four).

We continued successfully with top ten and twenty hit records, numerous radio and magazine appearances, releasing our first album simply called Revelation followed shortly afterwards by our second album Variation on a theme which created an interest from the Boney-M management team.

After disbanding I joined forces with our drummer Gary Dixon and our
production team/label called Satellite was born, with hits It’s a serious thing, Why did love die and our second number.