JGM Pick of the Week: August 10, 2015

grace yael hilton“Grace”
Yael Hilton
Available on iTunes

Fayetteville, North Carolina’s Yael Hilton sings the stuffing out of “Grace,” an unbridled exultation of the power of God’s abundant mercy on her life.

Written by Hilton and produced by GRAMMY Award-winner Kevin Bond, “Grace” is the twenty-something’s debut solo single and possibly a glimpse at what she is putting into her forthcoming full-length album. Catch the song’s first vamp and then hold on tightly for the second vamp to hear what this young woman can do.  An amazing talent who deserves major label attention.

Hilton is director and minister of music at the Fayetteville Deliverance Evangelistic Center, where her father, Pastor Larry E. Hilton, is the church angel and her mother, Evangelist Joyce Hilton, is First Lady. She was featured on James Allen Hill Jr.’s 2014 single, “I Owe You Everything.”

About Bob Marovich

Bob Marovich is a gospel music historian, author, and radio host. Founder of Journal of Gospel Music blog (formally The Black Gospel Blog) and producer of the Gospel Memories Radio Show.

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