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JGM Pick of the Week: March 23, 2020

“Out of This” Jason Williams Paper City Records (release date: March 20, 2020) By Bob Marovich “Out of This” has one of the smoothest, mellowest grooves I’ve heard in gospel this year. Despite the contemporary setting led by acoustic guitar, the lyrics cut right to the soul like an old church gospel song. “Maybe someone who cared for left you out in the rain,” Jason Williams sings in a baritone straight out of quiet storm programming. “Someone you sent up some prayers for caused you so much pain.” Williams encourages listeners that notwithstanding the personal anguish, “a blessing is coming ...

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Jason Williams Drops New Single “Out of This”

Sponsored Post: “Out of This” is the latest single from singer-songwriter Jason Williams. This song is a beautiful deeply personal and introspective ballad that appeals to listeners across all genres. Produced by Gospel Music Super Producer Derrick Stevenson, the song features the talented Jazmin Crumley and Tamara Lloyd on background vocals, Rick Watford on lead guitar, Forrest Walker on Piano, and Gerald Haddon on Talkbox. The tune is already being heralded by music critics as a song of the year. Go grab this record today!! Be blessed! Available Everywhere Online! https://distrokid.com/hyperfollow/jasonwilliams/out-of-this Follow Jason on IG https://www.instagram.com/jasonwilliamsmuzic/

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“Just For Me” – Monica Lisa Stevenson

“Just For Me” Monica Lisa Stevenson Puretonez Productions (2014) www.monicazmuzik.com With Kenneth Mosley’s “Just For Me,” neo-traditional singer Monica Lisa Stevenson delivers a gospel blues that not only extols Jesus’ sacrifice for His people, but provides a song suitable for the coming Christmas season. The organ chirps and horns blast as MLS declares, “He was born to die so that I may live” and “God chose a virgin to birth out his plan / To restore relationship to every sinful man.” During what blues people might call the “low down” portion but gospel folks call the “vamp,” MLS shouts and ...

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