Song receives praise from prominent CCM & worship artists as it becomes her highest streaming song to date
TeeLee Records/Motown Gospel artist Anna Golden has debuted a live video of her latest song, "Take It To Jesus.” Prominent CCM artists and worship leaders shared praise for the song on social media. Click above or here to watch the encouraging and poignant rendition of her song.
"Take It To Jesus" has amassed more than 230,000 global streams in just one week since release, already surpassing her best-streaming song, "Peace."
A press release said, “This latest offering from Golden is one of hope when life hits its hardest. Produced by Paul Mabury (Lauren Daigle), she wrote the song along with Jessie Early and Monty Rivera soon after her close friend suffered the unimaginable and sudden loss of her fiancé.
“Oftentimes when you’re in a place of leadership, especially within the ministry, people expect you to have the answers, to know what to say during such unimaginable grief," Golden explained. "I literally said to my friend, ‘I have nothing to say.’ The last thing you want to say is ‘God has a plan’ or give a specific scripture. We’re all so busy trying to figure out what to say and have the right answers, but nothing I can say can take away the pain you are feeling. All I can give you is Jesus.”
Golden is the flagship artist on Grammy-winning worship artist Tasha Cobbs Leonard's imprint in partnership with Motown Gospel, and was featured on the breakout worship hit from Passion, “What He’s Done."
"Take It To Jesus" follows her 2021 debut, “Peace: The Album.” Currently leading worship in Dallas, the 24-year-old St. Louis native 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.”