Riley Clemmons, an 18-year-old Nashville-based pop singer-songwriter, is the newest signee of Capitol Christian Music Group (CCMG), joining a roster that includes Chris Tomlin, Amy Grant, Matthew West, Jeremy Camp, and more.
Clemmons has been working with Emily Weisband (Hillary Scott) and Josh Kerr (Kelsea Ballerini, Danielle Bradbery) alongside Grammy-acclaimed producers Ben Glover (for KING & COUNTRY, Mandisa) and Tedd T (for KING & COUNTRY, Stacie Orrico) for her inaugural collection of music, which includes the debut single “Broken Prayers.”
After spending much of November and December visiting radio markets in advance of the release, including the K-LOVE Christmas Banquet, the honest single is set to impact radio on Jan. 12. SiriusXM exclusively premiered the music video for “Broken Prayers” yesterday (Dec. 7) as a part of their “Hear & Now” Music Blog.
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