This weekend we’re highlighting two new releases! The first is from Ricky Dillard: Choirmaster (Live) featuring the likes of Tamela Mann, Tiff Joy, and Keith Wonderboy Johnson.
The second project comes from Elevation Worship: Graves into Gardens (Live). The 12-track project features artists like Tauren Wells, Kari Jobe, and Charlotte’s own Isaiah Templeton.
Grammy-Nominated Singer Troy Sneed Passes at age of 52
If you’ve listened to WordNet for any period of time, you’ve likely heard at least one of Troy Sneed’s songs at some point. He released 7 studio albums, producing beloved tunes like All Is Well, Lay It Down, and Kept By His Grace.
You can hear his latest single Recieve It on WordNet now. The song is a great reminder for us to hold on in the midst of trying times and situations to the Word of God.
The 52-year old singer went home to be with the Lord on this past Monday, April 27. We will continue to enjoy and appreciate the musical legacy Troy Sneed has left behind, and continue to uplift his wife, children, and extended family in prayer. To be absent from the body is to be present with the Lord, and for that, we rejoice.
If you’ve yet to explore the visual album accompanying Jonathan McReynolds‘s transparent album People, now is your chance! The project explores balancing the relational challenges of everyday life with depending on God to supply all of our needs – even relational ones. Click below to view the visual album, which spans around 26 minutes.
Jonathan Mcreynolds bares his soul in his Visual Album while still offering up spiritual food – highlighting God as his ultimate source.
You can also check out the YouTube videos of group Korean Soul who primarily post Gospel covers including songs from Donald Lawrence, Lisa Knowles Smith, The Winans, and more. They’ve even had the chance to sing The Question Is x The Winans on stage with BeBe Winans, and recorded with him on his latest single Laughter Just Like A Medicine. Click the video below to watch Korean Soul in action with BeBe Winans now!