(In photo Gi members: Rufus Johnson, Brandon Anderson, with Sheilah Belle and Gi member Lamonte Harris)
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Richmond, VA – (January 24, 2017) — Over the weekend, Stellar Award Nominated Gi completed their 4th music video of their career for their soaring radio single “Pray and Don’t Worry.” It was shot in the group’s hometown of Richmond VA, and directed by D Cornelius Wright (Full Motion Media) and Gi (Branden Anderson, Lamonte Harris, Rufus Johnson). The video features Gospel Great Sheilah Belle, “The Belle” ( The Belle Report, Praise 104.7FM.) Group member Lamonte Harris says “This has to be one of my favorite Gi Music Videos ever! We were literally just having a great time celebrating our sister “Sheilah Belle.” Group member Branden Anderson says “To be able to honor our sister for her triumphant victory was priceless. I can’t wait for everyone to see the final product. I will also never forget the special evening that we all shared.”
Gi’s New Radio Single “Pray and Don’t Worry” recently garnered (2) number 1 positions on the Billboard Gospel Radio Charts (Gospel Most Increased Plays and Gospel Most Added).
On last Friday the group officially learned of their 2017 Stellar Award Nomination for “Contemporary Group/Duo of the Year.” Group member Lamonte Harris says, “God is amazing!” This is the Lord’s doing and it is marvelous before our eyes. Gi’s New Radio Single “Pray and Don’t Worry” recently soared to #21 on the Billboard Gospel’s Airplay Charts and #17 on Mediabase Gospel’s Airplay Chart! The hit single was recently featured on Pastor Donnie McClurkin’s Radio show as the “Power Pick of the Week.”
On the video set for “Pray, Don’t Worry” with Gi, The Belle and C Goss along with family members and friends #padw
In same week, the song was selected as the “Flat Out Hit Of The Week” on The Willie Moore Jr. Show. Group member Branden Anderson says, “We are appreciative of all the support of our new single. It’s a simple song, with a great beat and powerful message. Everyone can relate to it. At times we’ve all been guilty of praying about something, only to worry about it afterward. But this song reminds us to “Pray, Don’t Worry, Just Thank Him for the Victory!”
Courtesy of www.thebellereport.com
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