Kunle Olusesi finally puts out his highly anticipated album “Messianic Horns” as we celebrate Sukkot (Feast of Tabernacle) today.
The “Messianic Horns” is a throne room worship project that is dedicated to take, listeners into the Holy of Holies where you will experience the undiluted presence of God either in your home or place of worship.
It is more than an album – it is a clarion call, sounding the alarm to awake you the body of Christ around the globe that Yeshua Hamashia (Jesus the Messiah) is coming any time but the hour no one knows, even Angel’s in Heaven or any Prophet on earth (Matthew 25:13).
Kunle has been anointed to blow the “shofar” and has skillfully mastered the various traditional blasts of the shofar such as – Tekiah, Shevarim, Teruah, and Tekiah Gedolah with testimonies of healings and deliverances following the blast of God’s voice.
Driven by his empowering belief that music gives our soul freedom because there are no rules guiding the creative spirit, Kunle Olusesi has emerged as one of the most prominent and influential saxophonists and composers in Nigeria, West Africa.
Drawing from a wide range of American urban jazz sax influences ranging from the late Grover Washington, Jr. to Kirk Whalum, Kunle has created a soulful, vibe he calls “Afro Smooth” – a blend of African melody, acoustics and smooth jazz with a focus on strong emotional expression that invokes a traditional touch within a fresh contemporary framework.
Now, Kunle is taking a unique, multi-faceted approach to bringing his “Afro Smooth” vibe to the West. Since relocating to the Bay Area in 2014, he’s made exciting in roads into both gospel/jazz and mainstream urban jazz with an exciting array of recording projects. Building on his success back in the Nigerian church community and hundreds of performances at birthday and anniversary celebrations and weddings, he has become a popular performer in a multitude of congregations Stateside, while also bringing his Afro Smooth sounds to many events and settings.
Over the past year, he has headlined the Orinda Jazz festival benefit concert for Hurricane Matthew, the Jazz Vesper concert tour kick-off with PeACE Entertainment, the National Prayer Quake convention at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, Walnut Creek Community Art Jazz Band benefit concert at Montecito Senior Center in Concord, CA, and the Tribute to legendary African afro-beat pioneer FELA at the Black Repertory in Berkeley.
He was also the resident saxophonist for Heritage Pointe Senior Residents’ special events in Walnut Creek. His growing discography reflects the exciting dual musical approach.
While overcoming those obstacles to become one of Nigeria’s top woodwind players, Kunle also began teaching music to people of all ages. Launching his training company Sax Planet in 2005, he began doing “mobile teaching” to everyone from five year old children to 70 year old adults. He also negotiated deals with dealers to help his student’s, other individuals, public schools, and the Top 40 private school music departments, purchase musical instruments at affordable prices.
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