Head over to NPR Music to check out "Hey Devil!," the soul-stirring new "playful raver" from ten-time Grammy-winner CeCe Winans' new album 'Let Them Fall in Love,' coming out February 3 on Puresprings Gospel/Thirty Tigers.
NPR's Ann Powers calls Winans "an American superstar," adding that "Hey Devil!" is "a mighty blast of joy." Listen and share here: http://n.pr/2gkRH2Y
"Hey Devil" was written by Winans' son Alvin Love III, who also co-produced the new album with Tommy Sims (Bonnie Raitt, Michael McDonald), and it finds Winans at the peak of her powers, backed by vocal group The Clark Sisters, The Nashville String Machine, a full horn section, and slinky clavinet.
'Let Them Fall in Love' is CeCe Winans' first album in nine years and perhaps her most surprising to date, combining the sounds of classic Motown and southern soul with an undeniably modern sensibility.
CeCe recently performed "Hey Devil!" and other songs from the new album for a taping of Austin City Limits, which will air in 2017. She will also tour extensively next year with dates to be announced soon.