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MercyMe has been known to have a good time but their new music video, "Happy Dance" takes that to a new level! MercyMe said, "If you can listen to the song and not say “OH YEAH! ” or “WHAT!?” Then you don’t get it! Or you're taking yourself too seriously! It will make you smile either because you are enjoying it or laughing at us! Either way, Win-Win!" Hear MercyMe share more stories their album! 

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for King & Country is known for making great music, but the talent doesn't stop there. Lead singer Joel's wife, Moriah Peters, announced the formation of a brand new female band called TRALA. Joel had nothing but sweet things to say about how proud he is of these ladies and their music. Their first single is called "Holy Collision." Here's what Joel from for King & Country posted about TRALA: "Enormously proud of these brave…

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Tractors, mud, and Kenny Rogers the Fox - get ready for Crowder's "Prove It" music video featuring KB. You won't forget this song. Crowder says, "We had more fun than should be allowed making this one. See what you think..." Watch Crowder's incredible "Prove It" live performance video!  

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Hollyn said, "been waiting for you guys to hear this one." It's a new song called "All Good," released by her buddies, Capital Kings, but featuring Hollyn's lovely vocals.   i want to stay in moments like this one... ❤ i love what i get to do & Who i am doing it for. A post shared by Hollyn (@iamhollyn) on Sep 1, 2017 at 8:07pm PDT Watch Hollyn's enchanting live performance video!  

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Lauren Daigle partnered with The Belonging Co. on their debut album, All The Earth. Lauren is featured on, "Peace Be Still", which just might become your new anthem if you are facing a storm in your life! I don't want to fear the storm Just because I hear it roar I don't want to fear the storm Peace be still Say the word and I will Set my feet upon the sea Till I'm dancing in the…

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It's hard not to lose hope as we scroll through newsfeeds full of bad news and pictures of devastation. These words of hope may help. Christian artists are coming together - reminding us to fix our eyes on the Lord instead of the storm. May the Lord be a shield of protection for all in the path of these terrible storms. Psalm 107:29 pic.twitter.com/zFhqak9UG1 — Hannah Kerr (@HannahKerr) September 6, 2017 Houston has me thinking…

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