The Rance Allen Group’s hit radio single “A Lil’ Louder (Clap Your Hands)” has listeners across the country groovin’ along to its driving bassline and catchy hook. Though the group wants you to dance, they also want to ensure that fans truly get the song’s true meaning. With the goal to be an inspiration and share their wisdom, they are excited about sharing this time in praising God. They want the dancers to dance and the praisers to praise, all for our Father.
According to Bishop Rance Allen, “A Lil’ Louder (Clap Your Hands)” is more than just a danceable tune. In a recent interview with Soul Prosper Media, Allen explains that “A Lil’ Louder” was created to encourage those who are experiencing difficult trials. The discouragement that is felt during those times can cause people to retreat or give up but Bishop Allen strongly suggests that we should do the opposite. He says that this song will serve as an important reminder.
“If you’re going through anything…remember that God is going to get you through. God never fails, God is always good,” said Allen.
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The Rance Allen Group is known for blending popular music with the gospel message and their new album, Celebrate, is a continuation of this beloved musical style. Celebrate will be available in stores and online November 10th but fans don’t have to wait until then to hear some exciting new music. Consumers who pre-order the digital album prior to its street date, will instantly receive a new remix of the group’s timeless classic, “Something About the Name Jesus” featuring Kirk Franklin.
For more information visit www.theranceallengroup.com