The new anthem and project as a whole embodies the countless stories fans have shared with the songwriter over the years, and his message of the importance of keeping God at the forefront.
The Grammy-nominated artist has had a monumental year, celebrating the last couple of days with back-to-back honors from NSAI and ASCAP. Tuesday night (Sept. 20), West was honored with the coveted NSAI Songwriter-Artist of the Year Award, becoming the first predominantly Christian artist to win the award in over 20 years.
The following night (Sept. 21), the genre hitmaker received seven ASCAP Christian Music Awards, including Songwriter of the Year, Song of the Year for his work on Anne Wilson’s breakout smash “My Jesus,” and was recognized for his five most performed cuts.
West’s current single “Me On Your Mind” is his most recent No. 1, spending six weeks atop the Mediabase Christian Airplay chart and gracing the top of the Billboard Christian Airplay Chart for five weeks.
Earlier this month, West released his sixth book, The God Who Stays, an engaging and thoughtful exploration that helps us reconnect to the Biblical truth that God is with us.
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