Archive for ‘Matt Redman’

April 3, 2014

Integrity Music Announces Global Release For New Songs 4 Worship™ Worship Classics

The 2-Disc Set, Featuring Paul Baloche, Matt Redman, Tim Hughes, Darlene Zschech, Delirious? and Lincoln Brewster, 
Is Latest Addition to the Multi-Platinum Selling Series

 

 

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Songs 4 Worship™, the multi-platinum series created by Integrity Music and Time Life Music, has become one of Christian music’s most trusted brands, selling over 25 million products and consistently delivering the most popular worship songs by leading artists and worship leaders. On April 15, Integrity releases the 41stinstallment in this landmark series, Songs 4 Worship™ Worship Classics, a two-disc, 25-song collection filled with treasured songs such as “Blessed Be Your Name,” “Revelation Song,” “10,000 Reasons,” “Mighty To Save,” “In Christ Alone” and “Hosanna.” 
Originally launched in 2001, the Songs 4 Worship™ series has featured CDs and DVDs representing a variety of genres and styles including Gospel, country, hymns, children’s and Spanish titles. The series has also been an international hit, selling millions of units in the UK/Europe and earning multi Platinum, Platinum and Gold RIAA certification in the U.S. and Gold certification in Australia, Canada and the UK. It is one of the best-selling music series in Christian music and has remained Time Life’s biggest music series launch to date. 
Songs 4 Worship™ Worship Classics represents songs that have traveled the globe, finding their way into houses of worship and hearts of believers from all walks of life,” says Steve Nicolle, Integrity’s Vice President of Sales/Marketing.  “It is a must-have collection for worship music lovers and it makes an ideal gift for those who are looking to introduce friends and family to great worship music.”
The Worship Classics collection features original recordings from Paul Baloche, Tim Hughes, Matt Redman, Brenton Brown, Darlene Zschech, Delirious?, Gateway Worship/Kari Jobe, Soul Survivor, Don Moen and Brian Doerksen among others. (A complete tracklist including featured artists follows.)
Songs 4 Worship™ Worship Classics will be featured in Christian and mainstream stores around the globe, including major North American Christian retail chains such as Lifeway, Family and Mardel, and mainstream retailers including Walmart and Amazon. Worship Classics will also be available through major digital service providers including iTunes.
The complete tracklist for Songs 4 Worship™ Worship Classics is as follows:
Disc 1
1.     Blessed Be Your Name (Matt Redman)
2.     Come Now Is The Time To Worship (Brian Doerksen)
3.     Open The Eyes Of My Heart (Paul Baloche)
4.     10,000 Reasons (Soul Survivor & Momentum featuring Tom Field)
5.     Above All (Lenny LeBlanc)
6.     Mighty To Save (Don Moen)
7.     Your Name (Paul Baloche)
8.     Trading My Sorrows (Darrell Evans)
9.     How Great Is Our God (Promise Keepers featuring Dave Lubben)
10.  You Are My King (Ross Parsley)
11.  Give Thanks (Don Moen)
12.  The Heart Of Worship (Matt Redman)
13.   O The Blood (Gateway Worship featuring Kari Jobe)
 
Disc 2
1.     Hosanna [Praise Is Rising] (Paul Baloche)
2.     Here I Am To Worship (Tim Hughes)
3.     I Could Sing Of Your Love Forever (Delirious?)
4.     I Worship You Almighty God (Lisa Glasgow)
5.     More Precious Than Silver (Alleluia Music featuring Lisa Bevill)
6.     I Exalt Thee (Kelly Willard)
7.     Our God (Lincoln Brewster)
8.     In Christ Alone/The Solid Rock (Travis Cottrell)
9.     Everlasting God (Brenton Brown)
10.  Shout To The Lord (Hillsong featuring Darlene Zschech)
11.  Before The Throne Of God Above (Promise Keepers featuring Drew Cline)
12.  Revelation Song (Gateway Worship featuring Kari Jobe) 
 

 

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September 26, 2013

Celebrated Passion Conferences Worship Leader Matt Redman Releases New Album: Your Grace Finds Me

 

 

Acclaimed worship leader and two-time GRAMMY® winner Matt Redman has had quite a few reasons to celebrate this year with the success of his impactful song “10,000 Reasons (Bless The Lord).” Following the highly revered song and album comes his latest project, Your Grace Finds Me out today, September 24. The lead single and title track pulls together the powerful message that even in the midst of battle and blessing, the highest high of a wedding day or when weeping by a graveside, God’s grace is always active and present.

The song devotionals for Matt Redman’s Your Grace Finds Me are now available at his website:http://www.mattredman.com/writings.

The infectious melodies and poignant lyrics found in this 12-track record continues to showcase Redman’s innate gift to churn heartfelt prayers into worship songs. Here is just a glimpse of the praises critics are giving Your Grace Finds Me:

“More upbeat than previous outings, the eleventh release by U.K. worship songsmith Matt Redman was recorded live at Passion City Church in Atlanta…fist-pumping worship for people who don’t want to sit in their seats anymore.” – RELEVANT Magazine

“Tis the season to be deluged by a slew of releases, and in this Best of the Best season, it is fitting that one of the most notable is from Matt Redman…the consistent message of God’s mercy and grace told in Redman’s direct, joyous, uplifting and Scripturally-tethered style is once again a gift to the Church.” – Worship Leader

“Matt Redman carries his faith, his voice, his ministry with a humble, quiet dignity. Your Grace Finds Me not only offers a glimpse into the heart of an artist willing and ready to allow God to be God; it invites listeners to do the same.” – CCM Magazine

“If you’re looking for quality musicianship that leads you into the worship place, you will thoroughly enjoy Matt Redman’s new album. Beautiful.” – HM Magazine

“Matt Redman has again shown his willingness and ability to produce songs the global church can claim as their own. With a fresh sound, thought-out arrangements and lyrics that are steeped in worship, Your Grace Finds Me is a brilliant modern praise album.” – Louder Than the Music

“What endears this U.K. native once again on this new record, is his ongoing ability to create a worship experience for all of us: an experience that is cognitively descriptive giving us food for thought. Yet, it is also gloriously edgy to the spiritually malleable.” -Breathecast

“[Matt Redman] is still the world Church’s most consistent creator of heartwarming worship songs.” -Cross Rhythms

“You feel like you’ve experienced a moment, embraced a movement. Matt Redman doesn’t just entertain with uplifting lyrics, he teaches through song and gives your spirit plenty to ponder.” -Hallels.com

Redman recorded Your Grace Finds Me at Passion City Church’s ‘LIFT: A Worship Leader Collective’ in Atlanta, GA. The event was hosted by Louie Giglio and GRAMMY® winner Chris Tomlin and included worship leaders from all across the country. Adding to this year’s impressive accolades -two GRAMMY® awards, a Billboard Music Award, “10,000 Reasons (Bless The Lord)” receiving this year’s ASCAP’s Christian Music Song of the Year and being RIAA Certified Gold – Redman was recently honored with nine Dove Award nominations including “Songwriter of the Year” and “Song of the Year.”

Kicking off street week, Matt Redman is set to partner with K-LOVE’s morning and afternoon shows, hosting three live worship events in Kansas City last night, Indianapolis tonight (9/24) and Chicago tomorrow (9/25). To find out more, visitwww.mattredman.com/klove.

About Matt Redman:
Matt Redman is a key songwriter for today’s church and active worship leader for Passion conferences around the world. Leading a generation of worshipers, his songs have been recorded by Chris Tomlin, Michael W. Smith, David Crowder*Band, Israel Houghton, Jeremy Camp, Jesus Culture and Passion, among others. He won his first GRAMMY® awards earlier this year for the powerful hit, “10,000 Reasons (Bless The Lord)” which won for both “Best Gospel/Contemporary Christian Music Performance” and “Best Contemporary Christian Music Song.” Among artists Frank Ocean, fun., Mumford & Sons, Chick Corea and Esperanza Spalding, Redman was one of six artists with two GRAMMY® wins at the award show. Adding to his GRAMMY® awards this year, Redman’s “10,000 Reasons (Bless The Lord)” was certified RIAA gold and named ASCAP’s Christian Music Song of the Year and “Top Christian Song” at the Billboard Music Awards. “10,000 Reasons (Bless The Lord)” has spent over 19 weeks at No. 1 and over 30 non-consecutive weeks in the Top 5 on Billboard’s Christian/Gospel Digital Songs chart. Additionally, Redman has 26 songs in the CCLI Top 500, with six populating the Top 50.

July 21, 2013

Matt Redman To Release New Album, Your Grace Finds Me, On September 24

 

 

Acclaimed worship leader and two-time GRAMMY® winner Matt Redman announces the release of his new live album Your Grace Finds Me due September 24. The forthcoming release from sixstepsrecords follows his heralded 2011 project and its RIAA certified gold anthem title track, 10,000 Reasons. This year alone “10,000 Reasons (Bless the Lord)” has won two GRAMMY® awards, a Billboard Music Awards and was named ASCAP’s Christian Music Song of the Year. Continuing the momentum from “10,000 Reasons (Bless the Lord)” is the new album’s lead single “Your Grace Finds Me” which drops at radio on August 2.

Redman shares about Your Grace Finds Me and the inspiring new songs: here.

Redman recently finished recording the 12-track project at Passion City Church’s ‘LIFT: A Worship Leader Collective’ in Atlanta, GA. The event was hosted by Louie Giglio and GRAMMY® winner Chris Tomlin and included worship leaders from all across the country. The record follows suit with 10,000 Reasons, which was also recorded at the annual LIFT conference. This fall, Matt Redman will embark on a European tour along with Martin Smith. For more information on the “God’s Great Dance Floor – Worship Tour” visit: www.MattRedman.com.

Story behind “Your Grace Finds Me

Story behind “Jesus Only Jesus

Story behind “Mercy

Track Listing for Your Grace Finds Me:
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1. Sing and Shout
2. Jesus, Only Jesus
3. Your Grace Finds Me
4. Mercy
5. This Beating Heart
6. One Name Alone
7. Good Forever
8. Wide as the Sky
9. Let My People Go (for the A21 Campaign)
10. Come and See
11. I Need You Now
12. Benediction

About Matt Redman:
Matt Redman is a key songwriter for today’s church and active worship leader for Passion conferences around the world. Leading a generation of worshipers, his songs have been recorded by Chris Tomlin, Michael W. Smith, David Crowder*Band, Israel Houghton, Jeremy Camp, Jesus Culture and Passion, among others. He won his first GRAMMY® awards earlier this year for the powerful hit, “10,000 Reasons (Bless The Lord)” which won for both “Best Gospel/Contemporary Christian Music Performance” and “Best Contemporary Christian Music Song.” Among artists Frank Ocean, fun., Mumford & Sons, Chick Corea and Esperanza Spalding, Redman was one of six artists with two GRAMMY® wins at the award show. Adding to his GRAMMY® awards this year, Redman’s “10,000 Reasons (Bless The Lord)” was certified RIAA gold and named ASCAP’s Christian Music Song of the Year and “Top Christian Song” at the Billboard Music Awards. “10,000 Reasons (Bless The Lord)” has spent over 19 weeks at No. 1 and over 30 non-consecutive weeks in the Top 5 on Billboard’s Christian/Gospel Digital Songs chart. Additionally, Redman has 26 songs in the CCLI Top 500, with six populating the Top 50.

 

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May 13, 2013

Matt Redman’s 10,000 Reasons (Bless The Lord) Named ASCAP’s Christian Music Song of the Year

 

The reasons to celebrate continue to add up for sixstepsrecords’ acclaimed worship leaderMatt Redman. This year alone, Redman’s powerful single “10,000 Reasons (Bless The Lord)” has been certified Digital Gold by the RIAA, earned two GRAMMY® awards and is nominated for K-LOVE Fan Awards’ “Song of The Year.” The song is also up for “Top Christian Song” at the Billboard Music Awards, one of two nods for Redman for the award show. Adding to the worship anthem’s impressive honors came earlier this week when it was named ASCAP’s Christian Music Song of the Year at Monday night’s ASCAP Christian Awards at the Franklin Theatre.

“I love watching the journey a song can go on,” says Redman. “We wrote ‘10,000 Reasons’ in a tiny little chapel in the English village I live in, and it’s been a big blessing to see if fly around so many churches and radio – and then to receive an encouragement like this. Huge thanks to ASCAP for the award.”

Momentum continues for Redman as he is set to record a brand new worship album at Passion City Church’s ‘LIFT: A Worship Leader Collective’ in Atlanta, GA from May 31 – June. 1. Hosted by Louie Giglio and GRAMMY® winner Chris Tomlin, the event will bring together worship leaders from across the country. Redman’s forthcoming project will be a live recording from the event, following suit with 10,000 Reasons, wihch was recorded at the LIFT gathering in 2011. The new album will release on Sept. 24.

March 19, 2012

Matt Redman And Christian Rapper LZ7 Release New Single 27 Million To Shine A Light On Modern-Day Slavery And Human Trafficking (VIDEO)

 

 

Celebrated worship leader and songwriter Matt Redman teamed up with British rapper LZ7 for a new song called “Twenty Million” to bring international attention to the scourge of modern-day slavery and human trafficking.  The single is released in support of the A21 Campaign which aims to combat human trafficking and slavery, with all proceeds from the single going to rehabilitating victims of sex trafficking. During it’s first day of release the single reached number 6 on the iTunes UK Singles Chart and number 1 on the Amazon MP3 Bestsellers Chart.

Written by Matt and Beth Redman with Lindz and Lucy West (LZ7), Willie Weeks and Jorge Mhondera, ‘Twenty Seven Million‘ tells the true story of a girl trafficked from Eastern Europe into London’s sex trade. The artists involved with the single hope that by getting the song into the mainstream charts they can raise awareness of the global issue of slavery.

“Every movement needs an anthem and my hope is that this single will help people pray, to give money or time,” Beth said, according to Cross Rhythms UK. “The ultimate dream is if everyone does something that figure of 27 million could be eradicated in our lifetime.”

Matt Redman shared on his website, “Society is waking up to the fact that there are twenty seven million slaves on the earth today. They are the voiceless, but we could be their voice. Please buy the single at iTunes…if we all move as one on this, together we could make some big noise about this important issue.”

Responding to the cause, people worldwide have shown overwhelming support and love for the new single.

According to A21, there are currently 1.39 million victims of commercial sexual servitude worldwide.

Human trafficking is the second largest global organized crime today, generating approximately $31.6 billion a year. Specifically, trafficking for sexual exploitation generates $27.8 billion per year.

Additionally, 90 percent of victims trafficked into the European Union member states will end up in the sex industry. Only 1 to 2 percent of victims are rescued, and only 1 in 100,000 Europeans involved in trafficking are convicted.

“We don’t need to be overwhelmed by the statistics, but rather outraged enough to do what we can,” Beth said.

By working with A21, the Redmans and LZ7 hope to awaken the church to “rise up” and bring awareness to the issue.

 An E-Card (see right) has been released to promote the single, which contains facts on the problem of trafficking, a clip of the song, details of all that’s going on around the single release as well as option for people to become a Twenty Seven Million Ambassador: using their influence to spread the word and help raise awareness about the fight against human trafficking.

To listen and buy the new single, click here.

Read more about The A21 Campaign by visiting http://www.thea21campaign.org.

 

Watch The Official Music Video Below:

 

 

November 29, 2011

Tweet Of The Week: MATT REDMAN

 

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“Don’t let your life give evidence against your tongue. Sing with your voices… sing also with your conduct.” St Augustine

October 25, 2011

MATT REDMAN Shares TIPS FOR CREATIVITY

 

Uber acclaimed worship leader and songwriter, Matt Redman, took to twitter a few days ago to share what he referred to as “Tips For Creativity.” I thought the tips were brilliant.  There are 5 tips in total.  While most of them refer to song-writing, they can be applied to other creative arts too.

 

Tips for creativity, no.1 – “Imagination is like a muscle. It grows stronger when you flex it.” – John Piper

Tips for creativity, no.2 – “You can have 1,000 ideas, but unless you capture an emotion, it’s an essay.” – Bono, U2.

Tips for creativity, no.3 – “I have principles, not a formula.” -Director James Cameron describing his movie-making approach.

Tips for creativity, no.4 – “An unending curiosity for doing something different.” – Producer Sir George Martin on The Beatle’s approach to artistry.

Tips for creativity, no.5 “When a person speaks or writes or sings or paints about breathtaking truth in a boring way, it is probably a sin.” – John Piper

August 27, 2011

MATT REDMAN SITS DOWN TO TALK ABOUT HELPING TO PLANT PASSION CITY CHURCH & SONGWRITING

 

 

Why did you want to spend two years in Atlanta to help start a church?

We’ve loved being around the Passion movement for the last decade, and have shared much life with those guys—leading and traveling together, dreaming up songs together, so many good stories along the way. When we heard Louie and Shelley [Giglio] and Chris were planting a church, there was no way we weren’t going to hop across the ocean and join in the fun! It was a great adventure for those first couple of years, but we felt the pull back to our homeland and life and ministry here. We ended up moving to Brighton, the most unchurched city in England—a very different kind of challenge!

What attracts you to church plants, and what was your role in Atlanta?

We’ve been around for the planting of a few new church communities, and it’s always such a faith-filled adventure. They’ve involved different sizes, styles, expressions, and cultures, but with all of them it’s been amazing to see Jesus building his church, and to realize that the gospel of Christ really works. If you put his hope, love, and glory on display in a relevant way, you’ll see it change, save, and transform lives. Who wouldn’t want to be part of something like that?

You had two kids born in the U.S., and both needed critical care. Tell me about that.

Jackson and Levi both had some breathing difficulties when they were born, and ended up in the ICU for a little while. Those moments are never easy to navigate; you’re expecting sheer joy in that season and then you get some struggle thrown in with it. But isn’t that so much of what life is like on this journey of faith? So often it’s battle and blessing all mixed up into one. But the longer you walk with Jesus, the more you realize just how utterly faithful he is, and I hope that conviction comes through in some of the songs we’ve been writing. It’s no coincidence that some of the most fruitful songs we’ve written have flowed from some of the hardest moments of our lives—like “Blessed Be Your Name,” “You Never Let Go,” and now “Never Once,” they all came from seasons of intense struggle and confusion.

How would you describe Passion City Church?

Louie is the last person to claim that PCC was some brand new innovative expression of church. But having said that, I think that Louie, Shelley, Chris, and the team are all creative people with a big worldview, so that’s going to add some spice. I think perhaps the unique thing about PCC is that it was a local community being planted from an already existing global movement. Usually it’s the other way around.

What have you learned from two years immersed in American culture?

I love the optimism in so much of the USA church. Sometimes we Europeans can be a bit more cynical or embarrassed to dream and live big. I think American optimism mixed in with a kingdom of God mindset is a wonderful, explosive mix. It reminds me of Psalm 18, where the writer is convinced that he can rise to the occasion: “With my God I can do this thing … I can do that thing.” I see that a lot in the USA church, and I’ve found it really inspiring.

What has been your focus since returning to the UK?

We’re now at St. Peter’s in Brighton—a recent church plant by Holy Trinity Brampton, a London church. One of the major landmarks in Brighton is St. Peter’s, this huge cathedral-like building in the center. Until a year or so ago it was increasingly rundown and empty. But now with this new church community, it’s starting to fill up again and be that “city on a hill” it was always meant to be. We are so excited to be jumping into the adventure as we’ve for a long time had a heart for that city—the most unchurched city in England. We’d love to play a tiny little part in its transformation.

Why is your new album called 10,000 Reasons?

It comes from a lyric in the title song: “For all Your goodness I will keep on singing: 10,000 reasons for my heart to find.” We’re never short of a reason to worship Jesus; his goodness and glory are flying at us steadily and speedily from every imaginable angle. So if we wake up one day and can’t think of a reason to exalt him, there’s something wrong with our spiritual outlook. I hope the album itself is flowing with reason after reason for the worship of God. There’s not really one over-arching theme; there are songs of the cross, songs of the holiness of God, songs of his faithfulness, songs about eternity, songs of how he gives us a bright future.

Why did you decide to do a live album, instead of a studio album?

There’s something about the singing worshipping church which is just so distinctive—it’s the people of God, in the presence of God, pouring out the praises of God. Honestly, there’s nothing quite like that dynamic on the face of the earth, outside of the worshipping church.

Pick a song or two and tell the story behind it.

“Never Once” is about the constancy and faithfulness of God. I began to write it in Atlanta on my first visit back since our family returned to the UK. Our house in Atlanta hadn’t sold, and the song started out in the empty, echoey kitchen—just me, my guitar, a few chords, and some very solid truth about our God. Transition is always tough, and I was thinking through the journey of the last few years—all the joys and struggles. I had a very real sense of God’s immense kindness and faithfulness over every page of my life. Jason Ingram and Tim Wanstall, two great friends and songwriters, jumped in to work with me to finish the song.

“Holy” is an attempt to paint a big picture of God, focusing on how worthy he is. My friend Jonas Myrin initiated this song. He’s a Swedish guy with a great melodic sensibility and a pretty amazing grasp on the poetry of the English language, considering it’s his second language! But most of all he has a big heart for worshipping God. On the day we wrote, this we were in a little English chapel near my house, composing all day. Jason and I had both ducked out for an hour or so to call our families and check in on home. We assumed Jonas was also taking a break, but arriving back at the chapel, he was still at the piano, and singing out the foundation of something that seemed so special. We were glad to join him in helping shape and develop the song. But it’s one of those songs where the moment I heard those opening bars, I had a strong sense that were being entrusted with something special. As it turns out I think this song became the centerpiece of the whole album in many ways. There was a wonderful response when we led it at the recording.

How do you feel like you’ve grown as an artist over the years? Any regrets?

There are a few lyrics I regret, but I’m not telling you which ones! Seriously though, I don’t take lightly the craft of congregational songwriting. We’re putting words into people’s mouths, and therefore their hearts and minds. So in a good (or bad) way, we are actually at times shaping the way someone thinks about God or approaches him. That’s an awesome task. You have to become more than just a musician writing some nice tunes to make Sundays more jolly.

When you start presenting songs in your local church, you are in effect a pastor, a teacher—maybe even a prophet or evangelist. Scary! The thing I’m learning more than ever is that teamwork is essential. Every song on the new album is a co-write, and I know that all of the songs went to a different place because of that. Working together we can spur each other on to create harder, dig deeper, and therefore I hope, go further.

You have a new book coming out in August, Mirror Ball. Please describe it in a nutshell.

The book is about living a big, bold, and bright life of worship. I hope it helps people get a heightened view of the amazing God we serve, and then propels them into a new confidence of who they can become in him.

What’s the difference between songwriting and writing a book?

I love working with words. Songwriting is interesting because ultimately you’re trying to say something in the most concise way possible. The aim for me is “simple but not shallow”—so it can be easily learned, but hopefully contains some important God-truths. Writing a book, on the other hand, you get a little more space to reflect and unpack a theme. But I find that what both disciplines need is the ability and diligence to shape, mold, re-form, and edit. Often we give up too early. Creativity is always a mix of inspiration and perspiration.

July 29, 2011

Cool Song Fridays: MATT REDMAN’S NEVER ONCE (VIDEO)

 

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Today on our weekly cool song fridays spotlight we bring you one of the best songs from Matt Redman’s new album “10,000 Reasons.”  It’s called “Never Once” if you haven’t heard it before you’re in for a treat.  And if you keep listening to it for the next few days its going to become one of your favorite songs of 2011 hands down.

WATCH:

July 26, 2011

MATT REDMAN’S 10,000 Reasons debuts at No. 1 on iTunes Christian Albums Chart & He Does Extensive U.S. Radio Tour In Support of New Project

 

 


 

Matt Redman’s newest project, 10,000 Reasons, available nationwide, is receiving praise from critics across the board. The album also made a strong debut upon its release, dominating the charts by taking the No. 1 spot on iTunes Christian Albums Chart and placing in the Top 15 on iTunes overall albums chart. 10,000 Reasons adds eleven new worship anthems to Redman’s catalogue that already includes favorites sung in churches worldwide such as “Blessed Be Your Name,” “Heart of Worship,” and “You Never Let Go.”

The new album, with songs co-written by Jonas Myrin (“Our God,” “You Alone Can Rescue”) and Jason Ingram (“Give Me Your Eyes,” “By Your Side”), is already proving to be a hit with an extensive online and print feature in Christianity Today, along with receiving critical acclaim from New Release Tuesday, About.com, Worship Leader Magazine, and more.

In support the album’s first single, “Never Once,” which is making its mark at radio now, Redman recently visited radio stations KLOVE and KSBJ. Earlier this week, Redman also presented his new project to numerous radio personnel at a special event held in Atlanta.

While in Atlanta, he took some time to lead worship at his home church in the U.S., Passion City Church, pastored by Passion founder and director Louie Giglio.