Gospel music's songwriter and singer Jason Nelson will release his much-anticipated new album, "Jesus Revealed" on Tuesday, January 20, 2015. The album is preceded by the album's lead single "I Am," currently already a top 5 Gospel hit.
Bishop Jason Nelson pastors The Tabernacle at Greater Bethlehem Temple, a thriving ministry in Randallstown, Maryland; however he is one of the most recognized voices in gospel music and is considered to possess a rare gift in the Body of Christ as he releases the power of the presence of God. Jason established his vocal status and exceptional anointing in 2005 with the release of his first solo project, "I Shall Live".
Not only a gifted voice, but also a gifted songwriter, the songs written for this project propelled Jason onto the industry watch list. Marvin Sapp's title track to the platinum recording "Thirsty" was composed by Jason. The highly anticipated "Shifting the Atmosphere" project, which was released May 22, 2012, gives insight to its audience with the application of Praise and Worship. Jason has also received a Stellar Award for Praise and Worship CD of the year in 2013.
For this new album, Jason Nelson recorded the 14 live tracks earlier this year before a packed audience in his native Baltimore. Nelson teamed up with long-time songwriting partner, Dana Sorey to co-write most of the tracks, along with his twin brother and fellow gospel artist Jonathan Nelson contributing writing on "Can't Stop Calling," while, Tasha Page-Lockhart lends her voice to join Nelson on "I See The Lord."
From the hit single "I Am," to standout tracks such as "God Is Great," "The Lamb," "So In Love," and more, Nelson sets out to reintroduce listeners to the bible Jesus on the new project. "This album is about showcasing God's heart, His love and His grace," explains Nelson.