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Positive Vibes Only: Watch Crowder Rock The Stage With His Impassioned Performance Of "Good God Almighty"

Crowder's joyous performance of "Good God Almighty" can be felt by anyone who listens to the latest episode of Positive Vibes Only

GRAMMYs/Sep 12, 2021 - 09:15 pm

When two-time GRAMMY-nominated contemporary Christian artist Crowder wrote "I know where I'd be without Your mercy, so I keep praising Your name at the top of my lungs," he meant it.

In the latest episode of Positive Vibes Only, Crowder's impassioned energy is infectious from start to finish, as he and a lively choir command the room with their performance of "Good God Almighty."

The joyous single is the lead track off his 2021 No. 1 album Milk & Honey, and was co-written alongside GRAMMY-winning artists Ben Glover and Jeff Sojka.

Having earned GRAMMY nominations in 2017 and 2020 for Best Contemporary Christian Album for American Prodigal and I Know a Ghost, respectively, Crowder is a staple in the genre. And with performances like this episode's Positive Vibes Only, it doesn't look like he's slowing down anytime soon.

Keep the vibes going by checking out more uplifting episodes of Positive Vibes Only below.

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Aaron Cole

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Positive Vibes Only: Watch Aaron Cole Declare The Glory Of God With A Live Performance Of “SBTN”

Christian rapper Aaron Cole delivers a premiere performance of “SBTN,” a new track from his album, ‘SORRY, I CHANGED.’

GRAMMYs/Apr 29, 2024 - 04:56 pm

Aaron Cole may be uncertain about having enough money for the week, or if the people in his life will recover from their illnesses. But deep down, he believes that God will always have their backs, because "there's somethin' about the name Jesus."

In this episode of Positive Vibes Only, Cole delivers a live performance of the song "SBTN," which originally features Kirk Franklin and arrives on Cole's newest album, SORRY, I CHANGED, out April 26 via Provident Label Group. The project also sees appearances from fellow gospel singer DOE.

"I'ma give You Praise/ Your mercy follow me all of my days/ Always gon' love me, despite my ways," the Christian rapper sings. "And I know that/ That I'm blessed/ And I'm highly favored/ Why would I worry?"

"[This album] is not just music, but it's a movement of people that have been through it all, not perfect by any means," Cole said in an Instagram post. "Through it all, you're still standing and molding into the person God is calling you to be."

Press play on the video above to watch Aaron Cole's comforting performance of "SBTN," and check back to every Monday for more new episodes of Positive Vibes Only.

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Natalie Layne

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Positive Vibes Only: Watch Natalie Layne Recount Everything She’s “Grateful For” In A Moving Live Performance

Christian singer Natalie Layne performs “Grateful For,” the lead single from her latest EP, ‘Amen.’

GRAMMYs/Apr 22, 2024 - 06:30 pm

With the hustle and bustle of everyday life, most people forget to take a second to appreciate the small things. But in Natalie Layne’s latest single, “Grateful For,” the Christian singer is stepping back to count her blessings. In this episode of Positive Vibes Only, hear the Nashville-based singer/songwriter deliver a heartfelt rendition of a piece from her newest EP, Amen

“I just gotta take time/ Slow down/ Take a moment to see it now/ The little things are what it’s all about,” she sings on the track. “Something to be grateful for/ It’s waiting to be found/ Underneath the surface.”

In an interview with the JubileeCast, she revealed, “God started downloading the vision to write a bunch of ‘joy songs’ — melodies I hope will inspire and encourage listeners to lift their eyes to see the good.”

This May, Layne will perform at a string of festival appearances throughout the United States, including the Unity Festival in Muskegon, Michigan, and Riverfest in Columbus, Ohio.

Press play on the video above to hear Natalie Layne’s motivational performance of “Grateful For,” and remember to check back to every Monday for more new episodes of Positive Vibes Only.

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Positive Vibes Only: Watch Selah Praise The “Higher Name” In Encouraging Performance Of New Single

Contemporary Christian trio Selah share the power of glorifying God in this live performance of their latest release, “Higher Name.”

GRAMMYs/Apr 15, 2024 - 03:39 pm

Contemporary Christian trio Selah has found liberation from their anxieties thanks to the power of their newest song, "Higher Name" released on March 22.

Despite grappling with sorrow, pain, and doubt, they have found a path that consistently offers them freedom and security. In this installment of Positive Vibes Only, Selah delivers a stripped-down performance of "Higher Name," with Allan Hall playing the keyboard while Amy Perry and Todd Smith sing on the track. 

"No higher name/ That's worthy of praise/ That can free us from our chains," Selah declares in the chorus. "Author of faith/ Your kingdom reigns/ Jesus, The Name above all names/ You're the one that we proclaim/ The eternal God who saves."

Beginning April 19, Selah will perform a string of live shows, including the Singing in the Sun Festival in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, and appearances at the 40 Days and Nights of Gospel Music at the Ark Encounter in Williamstown, Kentucky.

According to their artist biography, Hall says, "From the beginning, our words have been comfort and encouragement, and I don't think that has ever changed as a part of our mission... God has let us take the gift of music and share it and do something that could help someone.

Press play on the video above to hear Selah's motivational performance of "Higher Name," and check back to every Monday for more new episodes of Positive Vibes Only.

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Tzy Panchak

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Positive Vibes Only: Watch Tzy Panchak & Raizy Team Up For A Joyous Performance Of "God Is Love"

Cameroonian Afro-pop artists Tzy Panchak and Raizy team up for a soul-nourishing version of "God Is Love," a collaboration from Panchak's 2024 album 'God's People.'

GRAMMYs/Apr 8, 2024 - 05:15 pm

Back in February, Cameroonian Afro-pop artist released his second album, 'God's People.' The nine-track LP spotlighted several of his fellow Cameroonian artists, including singer/producer Raizy, who features on the wavy, praiseful track "God Is Love."

In this episode of Positive Vibes Only, Panchak and Raizy deliver a live version of their uplifting collaboration, augmented by a full band and a group of gospel singers.

"God is love, God is love/ In my heart, in my soul," Panchak sings in the chorus. As Raizy declares in his verse, "I will never doubt how close I get" — both sentiments celebrating just how powerful God's love can be.

Press play on the video above to watch Tzy Panchak and Raizy's full performance, and check back to every Monday for more episodes of Positive Vibes Only.

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