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Six-time Stellar Award-winner and GRAMMY® Award-nominated recording artist and acclaimed songwriter VaShawn Mitchell soared to the top of the charts last year with his mega-hit single “Nobody Greater,” from his top-selling, award-winning album Triumphant. In 2011, Mitchell received 11 Stellar Award nominations, the most nominations received by an artist that year. Billboard magazine declared “Nobody Greater” the #1 Most Played Gospel Song of 2011. Mitchell was named Billboard’s #1 Gospel Radio Artist of 2011 and Triumphant was among the Top 5 Gospel Albums of 2011. The single held the #1 position for nine consecutive weeks on Billboard’s Hot Gospel Songs chart and crossed-over to the Urban Contemporary Adult charts.
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Cross Music - VaShawn Mitchell

Tuesday, July 10, 2018

Celebrating his 20th anniversary as a recording artist, acclaimed singer, songwriter and producer VaShawn Mitchell recently released a new EP entitled Cross Music. This collection of songs aims to draw the listener into a deeper connection with Christ’s crucifixion, offering new, yet contextually rich music for churches and congregations to sing together. The lead single from the project is the powerful ballad “You Took The Nails,” which conveys gratitude for the sacrifice of the cross and what that means in the life of believers. “Took My Place” follows as a song of thanksgiving with an infectious, driving beat. Always an artist known to push new and emerging talent, Mitchell introduces the fresh sound of newcomer Randy Weston with “He Rose.” Mitchell began his career in gospel music as a celebrated choir director in churches throughout the Chicago area. “He Got Up” takes us back to that vintage choir sound that long-standing VaShawn Mitchell fans will recognize and enjoy. Cross Music closes with “A Cross 4 Everyone,” which artfully challenges the traditional observations of the cross and encourages listeners to re-examine their appreciation of what the sacrifice at Calvary represents.

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