American gospel music artists Travis Greene and Mali Music are some of the many gospel acts highlighted in the Grammy nominations for next year’s GRAMMYs!

RCA Inspiration, one of the premiere labels in Gospel and inspirational music, celebrates seven nominations for the 63rd GRAMMY® Awards

Dominating with four nominations in the Best Gospel Performance/Song category are Melvin Crispell, III for “Wonderful Is Your Name”; Travis Greene for “Won’t Let Go”; Rodney “Darkchild” Jerkins Presents The Good News for “Come Together” and Mali Music as a co-performer in the Jonathan McReynolds & Mali Music song “Movin’ On”.

In the Best Gospel Album category, Kierra Sheard (Karew Entertainment/RCA Inspiration) is nominated for KIERRA

Tauren Wells (Provident Label Group/RCA Inspiration) receives two nominations, in the Best Contemporary Christian Music Performance/Song category for “Famous For (I Believe)” feat. Jenn Johnson, and in the Best Contemporary Christian Music Album category for CITIZEN OF HEAVEN

Separately, Kirk Franklin (Fo Yo Soul/RCA) receives a nomination as a featured performer on Lecrae’s “Sunday Morning” in the Best Contemporary Christian Music Performance/Song category. 

Phil Thornton, SVP and General Manager of RCA Inspiration says,

“Congratulations to all our artists for their outstanding songs, albums and creative collaborations released over the past year.

Pushing the envelope musically and inspiring listeners globally with their message, I’m elated their projects have been honored with these nominations.” 

We celebrate with all these wonderful pillars of Gospel music on the occasion of their GRAMMY nominations! And we wish them the best at the Awards as well.

The 63rd GRAMMY® Awards will air on CBS on Sunday, January 31, 2021. 

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