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Music: Gospel

Summer 2020

Passion
Roar

The latest from the world-renowned Passion worship team showcases 12 new offerings in a moving, live worship experience. “Roar” features the ministry’s core staff alongside veteran David Crowder with special guests Kari Jobe and Hillsong United, including new songs “All Praise,” “King Of Glory,” “Way Maker” and others.

Bri Babineaux
The Encouter

Babineaux got her start in the church but broke out to the masses in 2014 with her self- published YouTube videos that gave her viral success and led to a record deal and her first album “Keys to My Heart.” She then took a three-year hiatus for the release of her sophomore album “The Encounter.” The core-theme is centered around a 1:1 relationship with God. Recorded live at Living the Word International Church in New Orleans, Louisiana, the album captures the beauty and power of unrestrained and organic worship.

Anna Ly
How Great a King

Latin artist Anna Ly’s new single “How Great A King” prepares all of our hearts for worship. The song summarizes the purpose for which we were born: We were created to worship Jesus, the author and consumer of faith. In the midst of this pandemic, I have decided to fight this battle worshiping, and this song is very appropriate for this season of sadness and hopelessness. Worship is the only way to remember that God is in control.

Matt Marvane
No Compromise

French singer, songwriter, worship leader and mainstream crossover artist, Matt Marvane has been bringing all believers in Jesus Christ together to worship and pray, with a focus on their cities and countries. Fusing the sounds of Stevie Wonder, John Mayer and James Morrison, Matt delivers “No Compromise,” which sends the message that in this season “the Church needs to stand firm and make no compromise. The world is shaking in many different ways but Church needs to believe and live dependent on the solid grace of God to shine more and more.”

Canton Jones
Power

Hip hop artist Canton Jones’ new album “Power” is a 14 track that is real hip hop and real praise. Jones was born on January 9, 1977 in Deerfield Beach, Florida and began singing at the age of five in a vocal group founded by his father. By the age of 16, he was writing and producing songs for friends in his hometown.