Covered: Alive In Asia (CD)Israel & New Breed
Come with Israel & NewBreed as they continue to transform the scope of contemporary worship.
"My first memory of Gospel music, I was five years old, my father took me to an Andrae Crouch concert. I think had someone taken a picture of me, it would [with my] mouth open, stunned." Since that fateful day, Israel Houghton had a profound breakthrough into the Gospel music world. He would form Israel & NewBreed to release New Season, a prophetic title in that they would push the boundaries of domestic praise and worship until they overflowed internationally (Alive in South Africa, 2005; A Deeper Level, 2007).
Now a multiple Grammy, Stellar and Dove Award winning gospel recording artist, Israel Houghton teams up, for the first time, with gospel powerhouse Yolanda Adams on his new single, How Awesome Is Our God. A powerful declaration rejoicing in God's love, How Awesome Is Our God is the second single from Israel & NewBreed's upcoming new album Covered: Alive in Asia.
The recent BMI Trailblazers of Gospel Music award recipient returns with a live worship experience captured in an expansive tour of Asia. Covered: Alive in Asia is Israel & NewBreed's latest instalment in their critically acclaimed "Alive in..." series. The album was recorded during Houghton's recent tour in Asia before packed crowds in Singapore, Philippines, Indonesia, Jakarta, Japan, Malaysia and South Korea this past October. Covered: Alive In Asia will mark Israel Houghton & NewBreed's 10th album together. The follow-up takes the musical passion of the genre to a whole new level for this cross-cultural worship leader. With every new sound, Israel & NewBreed continue to transform the scope of contemporary worship.
ByIsrael & New Breed
PublisherSony Music Entertainment Africa
1. One Thing
2. In Jesus Name
3. Thank You Lord
4. How Awesome Is Our God (featuring Yolanda Adams)
5. Already Done
6. Breathe Your Name
7. Chasing Me Down
9. I Am Loved
10. I Will Love
11. Mighty To Save
12. My Strength
13. Our God Reigns