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Mandisa (Image courtesy of The Media Collective)
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Mandisa releases new single, 'It's Not Over' featuring Jasmine Murray & Rita Springer


Fri, Nov 20th 2020 05:40 pm

Grammy-winner Mandisa has released a brand-new single, "It's Not Over," featuring Jasmine Murray and Rita Springer. Along with the debut of a coinciding lyric video, the track is now available across all DSPs. 

In May, Mandisa debuted the single "You Keep Hope Alive," with worship leader and Gotee Recording artist Jon Reddick. Penned by Reddick, a "Unity Version" of the song, featured vocal performances in English, Xhosa, Spanish, Samoan, Italian, Haitian Creole, Tagalong and Mandarin Chinese.

Mandisa is currently working on a worship release for 2021. 

With more than 1.6 million records sold, Grammy Award-winner and “American Idol” season 5 finalist Mandisa is a voice of encouragement and truth to people facing life’s challenges all around the world. In less than a year, Mandisa performed her three RIAA certified Gold hit singles "Overcomer," "Good Morning (feat. TobyMac)" and "Stronger" on ABC’s “Good Morning America.” “Stronger” became an anthem, creating opportunities such as welcoming the emotional return of beloved morning host Robin Roberts and an invitation to perform the national anthem during a Sunday night NFL Network game to kick off Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Her 2013 Grammy-winning album “Overcomer” debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard Christian Albums Chart. The album’s title track proved to be a smash at radio and earned the Grammy for Best Contemporary Christian Music Song.

Mandisa, also a two-time K-LOVE Fan Awards co-host, debuted her latest chart-topping album “Out Of The Dark” alongside sharing the moving story of her fight with depression for the very first time on “GMA,” as well.

The latest collection includes notables such as the top 5 hits "Unfinished" and "Bleed The Same (feat. TobyMac, Kirk Franklin)." This summer, she released "You Keep Hope Alive" with worship leader and Gotee Recording artist  Reddick. When COVID-19 paused touring, Mandisa immediately took to YouTube to share what was on her heart during “Mornings with Mandisa” sessions, which have now morphed into “Mornings with Mandisa & Friends,” a roundtable discussion covering myriad topics that take place via Zoom on the 24th of each month. In addition, Mandisa has launched “What If We Were Real,” a candid talk show on YouTube hosted by the singer that features a panel of guests and explores relevant subjects not often discussed in church circles.

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