17th Mar, 2020

New Music Video: Nashville Life Music – Sing A Song (Part 2) feat. Aaron Cole

Integrity Music’s Nashville Life Music releases the official music video for their new song, “Sing A Song (Part 2) [Feat. Aaron Cole].”

Directed by Nathan Corrona, the video is a celebration of all things Nashville. Shot on location, at the historic West End Middle School in Nashville, the stately building gives the video a cool old-school vibe. The West End Middle School serves as the perfect location for the “Sing A Song (Part 2)” music video which parallels throwback sounds heard on Nashville Life Music’s upcoming album, Here For Jesus.

Showcasing the group’s youthful appeal and unique diversity, “Sing A Song (Part 2),” is the perfect party tune and serves as a reminder to always be thankful. The track, which originally debuted on the group’sEP, Taylor House Sessions, has been reimagined with friend and 2019 Dove Awards New Artist of the Year, Aaron Cole.

“One of our primary objectives as a church and artist is to revive joyful praise in the hearts and lives of the people we encounter,” shares Dwan Hill of Nashville  Life Music, “We believe thanksgiving is a remedy for anxiety, and this is the heart of ‘Sing A Song’ – to think of one good thing God has done in your life, and then to sing a song about it! This song is always a hit in our services, and with the addition of Aaron’s crazy rap and vocals, we know it will start parties everywhere!”

Born out of the Music City-based Nashville Life Church, Nashville Life Music debuted a six-song EP, Taylor House Sessions, this past May. The debut EP featured the single, “My God (feat. Mr. Talkbox),”a Billboard’s Gospel monitored chart success and GMA Dove Award nominated song. In addition to their new single with Aaron Cole, Nashville Life Music is slated to release their second project and first full-length album in Spring 2020.

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