Building up to the release of his highly anticipated album Broken Record, three-time GRAMMY nominee, Billboard Music Award, Dove and 11-time Stellar Award winner Travis Greene has launched this emotive tune “Respond” featuring Trinity Anderson, D’Nar Young, and Taylor Poole.
“Respond” brings us a new variation of worship in the acoustic-driven live rendition. This latest single off his upcoming eleven-track album Broken Record will be available everywhere on Friday, November 1st.
Greene also premieres the new music video for “Respond” on his YouTube channel and announces the first winner of his new Baggage Claim Giveaway with the video premiere.
Travis Greene’s The Broken Record Baggage Claim Giveaway still runs till November 8, with Greene announcing a new winner each Friday. Giveaway items include show tickets, jewellery, apparel, electronics, and merchandise that have been meaningful to his creative process. Fans in the United States can enter the Baggage Claim Giveaway with pre-order of Broken Record now.
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In creating the album Broken Record, Greene says,
“From my reading of Scripture, God is not intimidated by our state of brokenness, but rather He is drawn to broken things and people, and a lot of times He’s the one behind it. When He breaks us, He’s not breaking the real us, but the shell of us to reveal something greater for a purpose. The most powerful force on earth is the seed…but all the seed’s potential is locked into a shell and it’s not until the breaking of that shell, that its potential springs forth.”
Travis Greene: “Respond” (feat. Trinity Anderson, D’Nar Young, Taylor Poole)
More on Travis Greene
Catch Travis Greene presenting on the 50th Annual GMA Dove Awards, airing on TBN on Sunday, October 20th at 8 pm EST/5 pm PST. Greene also headlines Langston University’s Homecoming Gospel Fest in Langston, OK on Sunday, October 20th, and will perform at North Carolina Central University’s 11th annual Ultimate Praise Homecoming Gospel Concert in Durham, NC on Sunday, November 3rd.