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Positive Vibes Only: Vincent Bohanan Leans On God In This Uplifting Performance Of "I Love To Call Him"
Worship singer Vincent Bohanan and musical group Sounds of Victory share their love of the Lord and His greatness in this feel-good performance of "I Love To Call Him," the lead single from their upcoming album, 'Live in Dallas.'
Through thick and thin, worship singer Vincent Bohanan turns to God for everything, as he reveals in his newest single, "I Love To Call Him." But it's not only because God answers his prayers — he enjoys doing it because, in his eyes, God is great in all aspects.
"Glorify the name of the Lord/ Who is worthy of all praise that's due His name/ Magnify the name of the Lord/ Give Him glory and all praise," Bohanan proudly sings in the chorus. "I love to call his name/ He is my father."
In this episode of Positive Vibes Only, watch Bohanan inspire comfort and security through a relationship with God in this upbeat performance of "I Love To Him." Before the song begins, Bohanan declares, "I want everyone to get on your feet for this," encouraging every choir and audience member to feel a more powerful effect from his affirmation.
According to EurWeb, Bohanan and musical group Sounds of Victory released the single in January in honor of their choir's ninth year, and it's a part of their upcoming album, Live in Dallas.
Press play on the video above to watch Vincent Bohanan's energetic performance of "I Love To Call Him," and check back to GRAMMY.com every Sunday for more new episodes of Positive Vibes Only.
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Positive Vibes Only: Kings Return Kick Off The Holiday Season With A Jolly Performance Of "Mary, Did You Know?"
Dallas-based a cappella group Kings Return celebrates the holidays with a unique arrangement of "Mary, Did You Know?," a Christmas classic addressed to Mary, the mother of Jesus.
This Christmas season, Dallas-bred a cappella group Kings Return honor the truth of Jesus — tracing back to the Nativity scene in the Bible when the world first met Him on the track "Mary, Did You Know?"
"Mary, did you know/ That your baby boy is Lord of all creation?/ Mary, did you know/ That your baby boy would one day rule the nations?," the quartet sings. "This sleeping child you're holding/ Is the great I am."
In this episode of Positive Vibes Only, Kings Return perform a stunning rendition of "Mary, Did You Know?," standing around one mic to let their four harmonies shine.
"Mary, Did You Know?" is a track from Kings Returns' newest Christmas EP, We Four Kings, which also features original arrangements of festive hits like "Let It Snow," "I'll Be Home for Christmas" and more. We Four Kings is the second holiday EP in their discography; they released their first, A Merry Little Christmas, in 2021.
Kings Return will further celebrate the holiday season with their Holiday Tour, beginning Dec. 1 in Washington D.C. and concluding on Dec. 22 in their native Dallas — just in time for Christmas.
Press play on the video above to hear Kings Return's jolly rendition of "Mary, Did You Know?," and check back to GRAMMY.com every Monday for more new episodes of Positive Vibes Only.
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Positive Vibes Only: Sarah Kroger Celebrates "Belovedness" In This Uplifting Piano Performance
Contemporary worship leader and songwriter Sarah Kroger offers an encouraging message of self-love in this stripped-down performance of her breakthrough single, "Belovedness."
Everyone knows how easy it is to get hung up in self-loathing. But on her breakthrough single "Belovedness," worship singer Sarah Kroger reminds us it's time to appreciate our God-given beauty and His steadfast love, too.
"He says, 'You're mine, I smiled when I made you/ I find you beautiful in every way,'" Kroger sings in the chorus. "'My love for you is fierce and unending/ I'll come to find you, whatever it takes/ My beloved.'"
In this episode of Positive Vibes Only, Kroger delivers a solo performance of "Belovedness" using just a piano.
"Belovedness" is a single from Kroger's latest studio project, Light. She released her debut live album, The London Sessions, via Integrity Music earlier this year. She is also a member of the multi-cultural trio Village Lights and the female collective FAITHFUL.
Beyond music, Kroger is a contemporary worship leader in the Catholic Church. "Worship became my language with God," she revealed in a press statement. "It allowed me to communicate with the Lord in a way I hadn't experienced before. There was something about it that opened my heart."
Press play on the video above to hear Sarah Kroger's uplifting performance of "Belovedness," and check back to GRAMMY.com every Monday for more new episodes of Positive Vibes Only.
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Positive Vibes Only: Brandon Lake Waves His "Coat Of Many Colors" In This Uplifting Performance
Contemporary worship singer Brandon Lake presents an acoustic take on "Coat of Many Colors," the lead single and title track from his new album.
Contemporary worship singer Brandon Lake has gone through many ups and downs, from discovering his worst enemies were people he loved to hitting peak hopelessness. But the one consistent thing is God — and that's comforting enough to transcend every obstacle.
"Was lying in a pit/ But I'm walking the palace now," Lake proclaims in his track "Coat of Many Colors" (not to be confused with the 1971 Dolly Parton classic of the same name). "Once I was a beggar, now I live in the King's house."
In this episode of Positive Vibes Only, Lake delivers a live performance of "Coat of Many Colors," supported by a percussionist and guitarist.
"Coat of Many Colors" is the title track of Lake's newest album, which arrived on Oct. 20 via Provident Label Group. The songs from the project are heavily inspired by the story of Joseph.
"He was misunderstood," Lake said in a statement. "He had dreams that got him in trouble, and he had to go through the process of trusting his dreams and being faithful to God. Joseph went from a pit to a palace, and this album explores this theme heavily."
On Oct. 26, Lake will begin the Coat of Many Colors Tour in Tyler, Texas, supported by Benjamin William Hastings and Leeland.
Press play on the video above to hear Brandon Lake's encouraging performance of "Coat of Many Colors," and check back to GRAMMY.com every Monday for more new episodes of Positive Vibes Only.
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Positive Vibes Only: Branan Murphy & Davies Learn The Beauty Of Being "Still" In This Performance Of Their Collab
Christian musicians Branan Murphy and Davies share their testimony of God's greatness in this performance of their collaborative single, "Still."
Despite having a solid foundation for his religion, Christian artist Branan Murphy still falls victim to anxiety and discouragement. As he reveals in his collaboration with Davies, "Still," understanding God's truths gives him the strength to keep moving forward.
"'Cause You're a right now, God/ But sometimes You're not/ I will worship you either way," Murphy assures in the track's intro. "You're still/ Still moving here and now/ Silencing every doubt/ You're still holding on to me/ So maybe I should just be still."
In this performance for Positive Vibes Only, Murphy teams up with his fellow worship musician to deliver their testimony. The pair pace through the venue before finally coming together, still in the presence of God and their shared faith alongside a group of background vocalists.
Murphy and Davies released "Still" on May 26 via Paravel Records and DREAM Records. Later this year, Murphy will drop his next album, Life Is Hard. God Is Good.
The Christian singer has released a number of tracks from the forthcoming LP, including its title track. On Oct. 13, he dropped the latest release, "God of My Tomorrow."
Press play on the video above to hear Branan Murphy's encouraging performance of "Still" featuring Davies, and check back to GRAMMY.com every Monday for more new episodes of Positive Vibes Only.