Forerunner Music is scheduled to release, Onething Live: Sing Your Praises, April 29th, which is the 8th project from the best-selling Onething Live series. The recording took place at the International House of Prayer (IHOPKC) annual Onething young adult conference in Kansas City, MO.
The project features eleven of the organization’s talented worship leaders that include; Misty Edwards, Laura Hackett, Matt Gilman, Justin Rizzo, Jon Thurlow, Anna Blanc, Ryan Kondo, and Jaye Thomas. For the first time, the album will also showcase new Onething artists; Zac Dinsmore, Jonas Park, and Wallace and Rachel Faagutu. The album is available on iTunes and other digital service providers and is being distributed to physical and online retail outlets via New Day Christian Distributors.
One of many conferences IHOPKC hosts annually, Onething is its premiere event and it draws around 25,000 young people from all over the world. Onething Live: Sing Your Praises was recorded at last year’s conference in December and highlights some new songs written by the IHOPKC worship team that have never been available on any previous project. In addition, there are standout performances that include Laura Hackett performing Matt Redman’s hit song, “Holy,” and Misty Edwards delivering a powerful rendition of Kevin Prosch’s “The Gift.”
The 12-song album offers more song selections this year and delivers strong and moving performances that praise the name of Jesus, with a variety of worship styles that are always centered on Christ and His divine grace. Matt Gilman’s opening track, “Sing Your Praises,” launches the worship experience with a rousing, high-energy song that praises the Holiness of the Lord, and has the audience worshipping along with him. Jon Thurlow performs a heartfelt ballad, “Let Me See Your Face,” about our longing to draw closer to the Lord, while Anna Blanc’s crystal clear voice sings of having our sins washed away with “For I Was Far,” and “Worth It All” performed by Justin Rizzo proclaims how Jesus’ blood makes us clean and is worthy of our worship.
To find out more about Onething Live: Sing Your Praises, including additional information about the participating artists and to sample music from the project, visit ihopkc.org/singyourpraises.