Titus Showers continues to inspire with uplifting songs amid the global COVID-19 pandemic. The Billboard #1 recording artist and multiple Stellar Award-nominated singer and songwriter, is set to release his second single “Its Gonna Be Alright” (remix) featuring Jermaine Dolly Friday, April 17, 2020, on all streaming platforms. Additionally, Titus will premiere the concept music video of the single at 1 PM EST on his record label A&P Records YouTube channel. Watch a preview of the music video here.
Produced by GRAMMY®-nominated producer and songwriter Lucius B. Hoskins (Shirley Ceaser, Zacardi Cortez, Joshua Rogers) “It’s Gonna Be Alright” (remix) featuring Jermaine Dolly continues to gain traction at gospel radio. With only four weeks at radio, early believers of the song include WCHB (Detroit), WNOO (Chattanooga), WNRR (Augusta) and WOAD (Jackson, MS).
“It’s Gonna Be Alright” (remix) is the follow-up to the Gospel Airplay Top 30 and Billboard Top 10 digital song sales worship anthem “In His Name” – lifted from his debut solo EP WHO?, which debuted #1 on Billboard’s Top Gospel Albums chart, #1 on Nielsen Top Gospel Albums,#4 on Billboard Top Independent Albums, #18 on Billboard Emerging Artist Chart, and #40 on Billboard all-genre Top Albums chart making it the highest gospel album sales debut by any gospel act and the highest gospel album sales and charting debut by a musical act at the time of its release.
BOARD #1 ARTIST TITUS SHOWERS RELEASE SECOND SINGLE “IT’S GONNA BE ALRIGHT” (REMIX) FEATURING JERMAINE DOLLY TO DIGITAL PLATFORMS ON FRIDAY, APRIL 17, 2020
ABOUT TITUS SHOWERS:
Titus Showers first turned heads as the lead singer for the popular sibling gospel family band The Showers based out of Hammond, Louisiana and comprised of six sisters and four brothers. The Showers emerged in 2009 with Titus writing and appearing on the group’s Stellar Award-nominated albums The Showers Family Group (2015) and The Journey (2017) and appeared and performed on stages around the country including the Essence Music Festival, The New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival, BET’s Bobby Jones Gospel and The 700 Club before embarking on a solo career.