Songbird Briana "Bri" Babineaux's sophomore radio single "Jacob's Song" was the second most added song at gospel radio last week and is quickly finding cozy spots on gospel music playlists across the country. The Louisiana native wrote the dramatic power anthem that showcases her spine-tingling vocal prowess.
"It came from a place of determination," she says. "I had been going through so much in my personal life and I was determined to be just like Jacob was in the Bible and I told God that I'm not letting go until you bless me. So this song means the world to me because it came from an experience that I overcame."
The soul-stirring track was recorded live at Atlanta's historic Doppler Studios (which was recently sold and closed for business) and the music video of the song has now posted to Bri's YouTube channel: "After the tragedy here in Dallas [July police ambush], I found comfort in this song," Tamiko Cropper wrote on YouTube. "Bri, your anointing has healing power." Another observer Ashley B wrote that the song gives her "Goosebumps and tears." Another fan The Kobe246 posted that "she brings that old feel back of gospel that we need."
"Jacob's Song" hails from Bri's debut album "Keys To My Heart" (Marquis Boone Enterprises, LLC/Tyscot Records, LLC - iTunes link: http://smarturl.it/qo5lrx) that debuted at No. 1 on Billboard Magazine's Top Gospel Albums sales chart a few months ago. The project's initial radio single "I'll Be The One' reached the Top Ten on Billboard's Gospel Airplay chart and also peaked at No. 1 on Billboard's Gospel Digital Singles chart. Visit www.brination.org for more #Brination news and information.