“WON’T LET GO” HITS #1 AT GOSPEL RADIO, MARKS FOURTH CHART-TOPPER FOR TRAVIS GREENE
“Won’t Let Go” hits #1 on the latest Gospel radio charts, marking the fourth chart-topper for Travis Greene. Hitting #1 on Billboard’s Gospel Airplay chart and the MediaBase Gospel chart, “Won’t Let Go” is his fourth #1 at Gospel radio, following his hit singles “You Waited,” “Made A Way,” and “Intentional.”
Featured from his chart-topping album Broken Record, the multiple GRAMMY® nominated, Billboard Music Award, and Stellar Award winner wrote “Won’t Let Go” highlighting the ever-present uplifting strength and love that God delivers, who’s always there in times of need.
Continuing to provide much-needed inspiration and empowerment to lift our spirits during these trying times through his music and ministry, catch new messages from Travis Greene online through his church Forward City and his social channels.
Travis Greene: “Won’t Let Go” (Music Video)
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Who Is Travis Greene?
Travis Montorius Greene is a gospel music artist and church pastor. He was born in 1984, in Delaware but raised in Warner Robbins, Georgia. He launched his music career in 2007 with the release of “The More” on Greenelight Records. Since then Greene has released two studio albums, ‘Stretching Out’ in 2010, ‘The Hill’ in 2015, and an extended play, ‘Intentional’ which released in 2015. Travis Greene’s third album ‘Crossover: Live From Music City’ came out in 2017 as a live album. Greene’s music has charted on the Billboard Top Gospel Albums and the Top Gospel Songs charts. Greene has also been nominated for multiple awards, including GMA Dove Awards, 2 Grammy Awards, and 13 Stellar Awards. He took home seven awards at the 2017 Stellar Awards. Travis Greene along with his wife Dr. Jackie Greene lead Forward City Church in Columbia, South Carolina.
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