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Download “Never Alone” Tori Kelly ft. Kirk Franklin

Tori Kelly Drops New Song “Never Alone” ft. Kirk Franklin Audio + Video

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PRE-SAVE TORI KELLY’S NEW ALBUM ‘HIDING PLACE’ ON SPOTIFY AND BE THE FIRST TO HEAR IT WHEN IT’S OUT ON SEPTEMBER 14! GRAMMY®-nominated artist Tori Kelly releases “Never Alone” (featuring Kirk Franklin) – a soulful, transcendent track that finds hope in the midst of personal struggles. View Tori performing the song live with Kirk Below

 

Download “Never Alone” Tori Kelly ft. Kirk Franklin

“Never Alone” serves as the first single from her upcoming new project, Hiding Place, due on September 14. In choosing a title for the project, Tori drew inspiration from verse 7 of Psalm 32 “You are a hiding place for me; you preserve me from trouble; you surround me with songs of deliverance.”

 

Download “Never Alone” HERE

Pre-Order ‘Hiding Place’: https://torikelly.lnk.to/HidingPlaceYD

 

Title Never Alone
Artist Tori Kelly, Kirk Franklin
Album Never Alone
Length 3:34

People who assisted

Performer
Tori Kelly
Composer
Kirk Franklin
Victoria Kelly
Lyricist
Victoria Kelly
Kirk Franklin
Producer
Max Stark
Kirk Franklin
Ronald Hill
Featuring
David Davidson
Monisa Angell
Niya Cotton
Terry Baker
Philip Lassiter
Caleb McCampbell
Mark Lettieri
Max Stark
David Angell
Melodie Pace
Carole Rabinowitz
Tori Kelly
Matthew Ramsey
Joel Mott
Kirk Franklin
Kermit Wells
Darian Yancey
Mastering Engineer
Bob Ludwig
Vocals
Kirk Franklin
Tori Kelly
Keyboard
Caleb McCampbell
Background Vocals
Darian Yancey
Melodie Pace
Niya Cotton
A & R
Scooter Braun
David Wolter
Ava Coleman
Bass
Matthew Ramsey
Cello
Carole Rabinowitz
Drums
Terry Baker
Guitar
Mark Lettieri
Mixer
Rob Chiarelli
Organ
Kermit Wells
Programmer
Max Stark
Recording Engineer
Michael Havens
Jose Balaguer
Bobby Shin
String Arranger
Philip Lassiter
Joel Mott
Studio Personnel
Michael Havens
Jose Balaguer
Bobby Shin
Rob Chiarelli
Bob Ludwig
Viola
Monisa Angell
Violin
David Davidson
David Angell
Co-Producer
Ronald Hill
Max Stark

About Tori Kelly Music

Singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist Tori Kelly was a would-be child star who grew into a woman and learned how to follow her own muse, bringing her music to her fans through the Internet. Victoria Loren Kelly was born in Wildomar, California on December 14, 1992, into a musical household — her father sang and played bass, her mother was proficient on keyboards and saxophone — and Kelly grew up listening to gospel and was influenced by pop and R&B acts such as Jeff Buckley, Lauryn Hill, and Jill Scott. Kelly developed ambitions to be a professional musician at an early age, and when she was ten, she appeared on the TV talent competition Star Search. In 2004, she was a contestant on America’s Most Talented Kids, winning in her first appearance and moving on to the championship tournament. Her appearance on America’s Most Talented Kids led to a deal with Geffen Records, but she and the label parted ways before she could release any material.

After auditioning for American Idol but failing to make the final 24, Kelly embraced a new approach; she had been learning to play guitar, and she started working on original songs and recording them on her personal computer. She began posting videos of her performances on YouTube, and through word of mouth she developed a significant following; in time, her page had close to 700,000 subscribers and her cover of Frank Ocean’s “Thinkin’ ‘Bout You” was viewed 17 million times. Kelly proved there were paying customers in her new fan base when she digitally released an album, Handmade Songs by Tori Kelly, which she recorded herself and featured her playing most of the instruments; the album sold well enough to hit number nine on the Billboard Heatseekers chart and number six on Soundscan’s New Artist tally. Kelly followed the success of Handmade Songs with a series of live dates, headlining clubs and theaters and opening at larger venues for Jewel and Ed Sheeran. Scooter Braun, who helped guide Justin Bieber and Carly Rae Jepsen to stardom, became Kelly’s manager, and she scored a contract with Capitol Records, which released her EP Foreword in the fall of 2013.

In 2015, Kelly released her debut full-length album, Unbreakable Smile, which featured production from Max Martin (Kelly Clarkson, P!nk, Ellie Goulding) and included the singles “Nobody Love” and “Should’ve Been Us.” An immediate success, Unbreakable Smile reached number two on Billboard’s Top 200, netting Kelly a Grammy nomination for Best New Artist. The following year, she made her film debut voicing a character in the movie Sing. In the summer of 2016, Kelly released the YouTube single “Blink of an Eye” in tribute to her slain friend Christina Grimmie. She then paired with Anthony Hamilton’s the Hamiltones for the gospel-tinged, Kirk Franklin-produced single “Help Us to Love” in 2018. ~ Mark Deming

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