Centricity Music recording artist Unspoken has announced over a week ago that their drummer Ariel Munoz has COVID. Munoz is currently in the hospital and he needs to be there for the next ten to thirty days as he is slowly recovering.
The band writes, "Thank you so much for your prayers... he's getting better, little by little each day. But they're saying he'll need to be in the hospital anywhere from 10-30 days, which is so rough emotionally." ⠀
If you would like to send him something, the address is: ⠀
Williamson Medical Center ⠀
for Ariel Munoz - Room 603 ⠀
4321 Carothers Pkwy, ⠀
Franklin, TN 37067
Over a week ago, Unspoken asked fans to pray for Ariel. "Hey everyone, keep my buddy Ariel our drummer in prayer. We thought he was on the mend from covid, but he took a turn for the worse today and is headed to the hospital now. I've been playing with him for over 15 years and it really hurts to see him and his family hurting and have to be on the other side of country without him."
Receiving more than 165 million on-demand streams, 110 million music video views, 350,000 album sales and 850,000 track sales, Unspoken's music is as distinct as its roots. Its soulful, pop-flavored songs are led by the Adam Levine-esque vocals of Chad Mattson. With no fear of mixing it up, whether backed by a horn section, gospel choir or hip-hop rhythms, the band released its self-titled album in 2014. The album featured "Start A Fire," the band's first radio single and No. 1 AC hit that launched them into headliner positions on tour the following year.
The band's sophomore album, Follow Through (2016), debuted at No. 7 on the Billboard Top Christian Album Chart while its current album, Reason (2019), sparked the band's biggest, multiformat No. 1 hit so far, "Reason." In all, Unspoken has had five straight Top 5 AC hits, including "Who You Are," "Lift My Life Up" and "Good Fight."
Having toured with Casting Crowns, Mercy Me, Big Daddy Weave, Danny Gokey and more, Unspoken band members are living out their mission to be unspoken testimonies to God's love and power, and to speak what oftentimes goes unspoken.