NEW SINGLES FROM DEON KIPPING AND JASON NELSON AVAILABLE NOVEMBER 1, 2011 on iTUNES
Verity Gospel Music Group has two new additions to its roster, and new singles from these artists will be available Tuesday, November 1, 2011 on iTunes.
Deon Kipping’s “I Don’t Look Like (What I’ve Been Through)” is a declaration for anyone who has gone through any hardship, difficulty or painful circumstance. “Because of God’s grace and mercy no one knows your story and no one can see your pain,” says Kipping. “Only you know what you have gone through; which makes this declaration so personal.”
Jason Nelson’s “Shifting the Atmosphere” encourages listeners to change the dynamic of challenging situations through worship. “I want people to understand that there’s a strategy they can employ when things get rough – that they can worship their way into a better circumstance,” says Nelson. “Worship invites God into your space, and wherever God is things have to change.”
Both songs were recently serviced to Gospel radio and will be available on iTunes Tuesday, November 1.
Deon Kipping is an accomplished songwriter who has penned popular songs such as Youthful Praise’s “Incredible God” and Marvin Sapp’s “Praise Him In Advance.”
Jason Nelson is pastor of Greater Bethlehem Temple near Baltimore, Maryland. A gifted songwriter as well, he wrote the title track and “Place of Worship” on Marvin Sapp’s THIRSTY CD.
Both artists will join Kirk Franklin on the Fearless Tour, which kicks off November 3 in Tulsa, Oklahoma.