Available as instant grat with preorder of Golden's debut project, ‘Peace: The Album,’ out May 14
Anna Golden, an emerging worship artist and songwriter, will release “Peace: The Album,” on May 14. The 16-song project, which entails both studio and live songs, is Golden's debut with Tasha Cobbs Leonard's imprint TeeLee Records in association with Cobb Leonard's longtime label Motown Gospel, a division of Capitol CMG.
“Peace: The Album” can be preordered now with "Doubt" and "YOU" as instant grats. A new video for "YOU" also drops today, which can be viewed below. Click here to listen to Golden share about the story behind the making of the album.
A press release stated, “At just 24, Golden is at the forefront of a new wave of artists who are redefining the sound and style of worship music, both inside and outside of the church. With versatility to weave congregational worship with her refreshing new take on worship, and with a voice and passion that runs along the veins of artists such as Maverick City, Young & Free, Steffany Gretzinger and Kari Jobe, the listener will quickly fall in love with what Anna Golden unabashedly offers.”
Golden said, “I believe that music is a beautiful translator to anything that the Lord wants to say to someone. My mission when I’m leading worship is to extend what has been extended to me – the power that’s in worship, the warfare that’s in worship, the peace.”
With her 2020 release of “Peace,” Golden quickly gained critical and consumer acclaim. Starting as a private expression from her own experiences, “Peace” turned into a musical balm that she knew would speak to the waves of anxiety and depression of so many. At press time, the song has already amassed 4.4 million global streams LTD.
When Golden was just 18, she was leading worship at her church and recording and releasing her own worship songs independently. This brought her to an unexpected opportunity with Cobbs Leonard who invited her to sing on her album. It was soon after that Golden became her background vocalist and served alongside her at her local church. Cobbs Leonard eventually launched her label imprint, TeeLee Records, and Golden became the first signed artist.