Columbus artist Yaves propels from his hiatus after marriage and ministry with the series finale EP – standing as the perfect adieu to its predecessors; In Summer, Autumn and Winter’s Ear.
In Spring’s Ear demonstrates growth and provides an energizing sense of honesty summed up in six tracks. Starting with the album’s namesake, the listener is taken on a journey of self-assurance as a harsh reality is painted, cradled by a rich melody. Not wavering from the knowledge and word of God, the theme of confidence and security in Christ is a resounding sound throughout the entire work.
Although In Spring’s Ear marks the end of one journey, Yaves’ work progressively incites a thirst for more as he presents a signature yet mature sound of woodwinds tenderly wailing in the background of Pastel Shades. One can’t help but wonder what is next from the thirty-year-old rapper and ministry leader. This quartet may be the end of one five-year journey but sure enough, there is more to come from Yaves Ellis.