[New Music] Travis Greene out with new single ‘Won’t Let Go’

Chart-topper Travis Greene has released a new single “Won’t Let Go,” available now at digital music providers and serviced to radio.

Greene has also simultaneously released the song’s official video on VEVO. Building anticipation for more new music from the three-time GRAMMY® nominated, Billboard Music Award, Dove and 11-time Stellar Award-winning artist, songwriter, and producer, “Won’t Let Go” marks the first single off his upcoming album Broken Record.

Delivering a gripping tune that has been hallmarks of his hits, Greene continues to be a powerful connector, building bridges to share the universal love of Christ, giving strength and comfort that God’s love is always present in our lives, carrying us through our journeys and struggles, from day into night.

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On writing the new song, Travis Greene shares,

“This started with the idea that God will never let me go. A lot of times when we’re going through something, we have this misconception that God has left us, and there’s a scripture that says He’ll never leave us nor forsake us. This song is an encouragement for anyone who feels left, or lonely or just trying to figure out how they’re gonna make it through. Just knowing that He’ll never let you go, His hand is big enough, strong enough, to handle our darkest days and lowest places; this song is just a testimony of His faithfulness, of His goodness. I pray this is a blessing to everyone, as it’s been a blessing to my family and friends.”

Greene will also perform in an album pre-release event in Washington DC on Saturday, October 5th, at the 12th Annual Spirit of Praise Celebration sponsored by Radio One, Inc., Praise 104.1, DC’s Inspiration station. Tickets go on sale on Monday, August 27th, with the Spirit of Praise event also including Kurt Carr, William McDowell, Koryn Hawthorne, Jonathan Nelson, Steffany Gretzinger, and the three finalists from BET’s “Sunday Best,” Tiffany Andrews, Joshua Copeland, and Melvin Crispell, III.

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