TIME has reported that the Millennials are the most “stressed out” generation—it makes sense that they are the demographic drawn to the hypnotic rhythms of the chants sung by the Monks of Norcia, which bring a sense of peace, spirituality, and tranquility. It’s no surprise the monks’ debut album “Benedicta” has been #1 on Billboard’s Classical chart for 6 weeks in a row, beating out legends like Andrea Bocelli. Cool.
Gospel music’s newest singing sensation goes by the name Bri. Here is the video for her song “I’ll Be The One.”
Bri seemingly came out of nowhere and made a splash in Gospel music– she recently opened for Marvin Sapp in her hometown of Lafayette, Louisiana, and performed on BET’s Bobby Jones Gospel, too! Nice!
David Perez combines rock and funk and the Good News of Jesus Christ on his album The Jerusalem Project. Perez has had many challenges in his own life, from a recent gall bladder surgery to several deaths in his family and circle of friends in one year’s time. Despite these challenges, he looked to the Lord. Perez picked up his guitar and let his emotions out through song. Born in Detroit but now residing in the Nashville area, Perez is ready to tell the world about Jesus’ love on tracks like “Heaven” and “Reality.” Get The Jerusalem Project here.
We know so many of you have been fans of the incredible music birthed at the Church of Eleven22 in Jacksonville, FL. On September 4th, Eleven22 Worship will be releasing their third full-length album entitled Before All Things. Led by Worship Pastor Ben Williams, Eleven22 Worship is a collective of musicians who are driven to create worship songs that are theologically sound while embracing the musical tastes of their local community. On the new album, the team penned and recorded 10 original songs in a collaborative effort, hoping to create an authentic worship experience for people at their church and beyond.
SADA K. has a new music video, “Live Love Laugh.” The video was directed by newcomer Jahmel A. Holden and actor Tyler James Williams, whom fans will recognize from shows like Everybody Hates Chris, The Walking Dead, Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders, Disney’s Let It Shine and more.
“Life is all about choices,” says SADA K. “It was our goal to create a visual to display just how beautiful life can truly be when we make the decision to live life to the fullest, walk in love and take time to find joy in everyday life because laughter is healing in so many ways.”
Four years after a devastating knee injury nearly ended her career, the former Press Play vocalist has re-emerged with her debut solo album, Long Story Short, available now at iTunes, Amazon and everywhere digital music is sold.
For more information, visit the official website at www.SadaKMusic.com.