J.FRAZE “BRIGHTER DAYZ” NEW ALBUM HITTING RETAIL STORES MAY 3RD!!
Published on March 11, 2011
West Virgina‘s first national debut album “Brighter Dayz” from Beech St. Records recording artist,J.Fraze, aka Reverend Johnathan Frazier will be hitting retail stores nationwide on May 3rd. J.Fraze has performed in front of thousands all over the United States; from intimate church settings, community gatherings, to packed schools, music festivals, and concert halls. His exciting and fresh new sound ofGospel mixed with R&B has captured the hearts and minds of youth throughout the country! J.Fraze has awakened a new generation in need of positive messages to help them deal with the trials and tests that they are confronted with daily. Always reminding them of their blessings and the power of hope and faith. The new project, “Brighter Dayz” features an amazing list of guest artists and producers like Grammy Award winner Billy Beck (Ohio Players), Milliyon (Cajo Records), Humble Tip, Big Ran (Canton Jones), Krazy Figs (Akon), and Marley Marl (TLC, LL Cool J, KRS-One) just to name a few. The albums first single, “Jehovah Jireh” features the 2010 Verizon’s “How Sweet the Sound” Regional Finalists, Generation Yes Choir and will be hitting Gospel Radio stations across the country very soon! The music video for “Jehovah Jireh” is going to be shot on March 19th on location in West Virginia at the New River Gourge National Park which will be serviced to television networks like GMC, BET, TV-U, JC-TV, Word Television Network, and more! J.Fraze has been touring all over the country doing performances withCanton Jones, Tye Tribbett, Group 1 Crew, Martha Munizzi, Nappy Roots, William McDowell, and many more! J.Fraze had this to say when asked about the album and what impact he wants listeners to receive, “I want my fans to know that this is a great project that people from ages 8 to 80 can listen to and enjoy because there is something from smooth R&B blends to straight Hip Hop beats, to Contemporary Praise & Worship. So, hear my journey through these lyrics and understand that I am in the world but not of it I am in Christ. I feel that we need to open doors to people who would not necessarily be open to Christ’s message but, through song, this message does show them that His Word is applicable through real life stuggles and issues.” Be on the lookout for J. Fraze “Brighter Dayz” in retail stores near you!