Maverick City Music Aims to Amplify Worship With New Album ‘The Maverick Way Complete’
The acclaimed gospel phenomenon Maverick City Music has released their ambitious new 22-track album ‘The Maverick Way Complete’ via Insignia and TRIBL Records. The expansive project builds on their chart-topping 6-song EP and adds high-profile collaborations to showcase Maverick City’s signature blend of genres.
Co-founders Jonathan Jay and Norman Gyamfi describe the album as an opportunity to “amplify the worship experience” and make listeners “feel changed and complete.” They believe this collection is Maverick City’s “best one yet” in how it spans styles while maintaining the group’s trademark passion.
That diversity comes through in collaborations with artists like Tasha Cobbs Leonard, Todd Galberth, Travis Greene, and Wande among others. The album incorporates charged anthems, intimate worship, and unpredictable fusions true to Maverick City’s communal artistic vision.
Already the lead single “Good News” and the Tasha Cobbs Leonard feature “In the Room” have shown crossover appeal by resonating with gospel and secular audiences. This growing collective continues redefining how gospel music can unite diverse groups around spiritual themes.
Maverick City’s fluid musicality has earned them staggering early success including five Grammys since just 2021. They’ve maintained that momentum with one of 2022’s most popular tours consistently selling out arenas.
Now with The Maverick Way Complete Tour kicking off October 31st, the group is poised to close the year with their biggest live outing yet. Maverick City and collaborators will hit 16 US cities through November spreading their inspirational catalog, this time with new material from their most ambitious album.
From its collaborative approach to bold sonic experiments, The Maverick Way Complete confirms Maverick City Music as a gospel force changing music and connecting to listeners in new ways. The album showcases how this relative upstart collective has already made an indelible impact.