Billboard Top Charting Artist Bryan Popin Releases New Album
Gospel’s rising star, Bryan Popin is set to release his highly-anticipated new album I Got Out on July 21, 2017.
With his sophomore release, the classically trained pianist turned Gospel singer shares a body of work that took almost three years to complete, I Got Out was born out of Bryan Popin’s reflection on “next steps” after going through a series of difficult and unexpected life challenges that could have easily shaken his him. I Got Out isn’t merely a title for this new musical offering, it also serves as the project’s prophetic theme that Popin hopes will connect with and encourage every listener.
The title cut and new radio single “I Got Out,” a swingy congregational anthem with a contemporary edge, is currently #7 on Billboard’s Top Gospel radio chart. It features production from super-producer AyRon Lewis (Kirk Franklin, James Fortune, Bishop Paul Morton Jr.). The chart climber continues to move up and is featured on Apple Music’s Gospel A List. The single’s recently released lyric video brings Popin’s high powered live show energy to the screen, watch below:
“You’re Gonna Live Again (Bella’s Song)” is one of I Got Out’s most contemplative tracks. It’s a soaring ballad that originated out of a time when Popin’s daughter suffered a series of bullying incidents and an attack. As a father, the accompanying frustrations of seeing her suffer and authorities deal with the incidents were extremely difficult. “The song spoke to my family, my daughter and me. It reminded us that this season too will pass, that Bella would come out of this and continue to pursue her dreams.” Popin’s hope is that this song encourages listeners in the midst of overwhelming struggles in that very same way – that no matter what life has dealt them nor what someone has spoken over them…”they’re gonna live again!”
I Got Out features top notch collaborations with two of today’s most renowned gospel voices. BET Sunday Best winner Tasha Page-Lockhart joins Popin on “Beautiful Savior,” an audacious cut with a sound that goes beyond the genre. Gospel music and television superstar Tamela Mann rounds out the album with an updated soulful version of “Alright.”
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