Nashville, TN– Billboard No. 1 artist Bryan Popin returned to Bishop T.D. Jakes’ Potters House in Dallas, TX this past Sunday, November 12, to minister in song, four years after he received an inspiring prophesy by Bishop Jakes. Popin opened with the hymnal, “Oh How I Love Jesus,” which led to Popin sharing his story on his difficult journey to success and how he almost filed for bankruptcy the same week he received his prophesy. Popin ended with what he considers a song that was inspired by Jakes, his Billboard Top 5 hit single, “I Got Out,” written by Popin and co-produced with super-producer AyRon Lewis (Kirk Franklin, James Fortune, Bishop Paul Morton Jr.).
Watch Popin’s full performance of “Oh How I Love Jesus/I Got Out” medley Here.
Watch Bishop T.D. Jakes prophesy Here.
Popin recently released his 3rd official single, “Step In The Name,” the follow-up to his chart-topping self-titled hit single,”I Got Out,” from his best-selling album of the same name to digital and streaming outlets on November 3rd. This hot track brings heat with an infectious funky pop groove that mixes old school with the new school embodied with gritty horns, coupled with assertive lyrics, and an unforgettable hook.
Popin and other major recording artists and celebrities have joined together to STEP Together In Unity with his upcoming official world premiere music video and want his supporters to join this movement by simply submitting your own personal video of Bryan Popin’s song “Step In The Name” on your YouTube page OR tag Bryan Popin on your Facebook/Instagram pages using the hashtag #StepInTheName. You can email the YouTube link to Popin’s record label, Little Boy Wonder Music OR tag Bryan Popin on Facebook OR @BryanPopin on Instagram.
Released July 21, Bryan Popin’s sophomore release I Got Out debuted at No.1 on both Billboard’s Top Gospel Albums and the combined Top Christian/Gospel Album Sales charts and made an impressive debut on Billboard’s Overall Top Albums Sales chart reaching Top 35. I GOT OUT spent 8 weeks in the Top 5 on the Gospel Albums chart and spawned two hit radio singles “Such A Time As This” (No. 17 peak) and self-titled hit single,”I Got Out,” which peaked at No. 4 on Billboard’s Gospel Airplay chart (20 weeks in the Top 10) and reached Top 10 on its Hot Gospel Songs hybrid chart, which combines streaming, sales and airplay. I Got Out was the fourth highest Gospel sales debut of 2017 at the time of its release. Currently its the sixth highest gospel sales debut this year, to date.
Courtesy of www.thebellereport.com