The nominees for Breakout Single of the Year are a celebration of the artist as much as they are a celebration of the song. Each newcomer worked extremely hard to rise above the fray, and listeners have taken notice. All of these songs represent the start of a budding and beautiful career ahead for each of the honorees, but fans get the final say on which one will be dubbed Breakout Single of the Year.
Cast your vote for Breakout Single of the Year now.
@Anne Wilson “My Jesus”
Anne Wilson’s first single was literally ripped from the pages of her journal and serves as a warm invitation for listeners to experience her Savior in the same intimate way she relates to her Jesus.
@Dante Bowe "Joyful"
With a soulful groove, the feel-good single encourages listeners to make the most of every moment by choosing to live in the present with every breath.
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@Jon Reddick "God Turn it Around"
Like most of Jon Reddick’s songs, “God, Turn It Around” began as an anthem of hope written for the congregation he leads in worship each week at Church of the City in Franklin, Tenn.
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@Jordan St. Cyr "Weary Traveler"
While struggles are inevitable in this life, Jordan St. Cyr reminds us that Jesus walks with us through every trial in our story.
@Katy Nichole "In Jesus Name (God of Possible)"
Reflecting the ethos of Matthew 19:26 (“With God everything is possible.”), Katy Nichole’s debut single serves as a bold prayer of faith, healing and breakthrough.
@Tasha Layton "Look What You've Done"
The soaring ballad allows the sacrifice of Jesus to eclipse our worst mistakes as we let go of shame and claim the powerful work of the cross in its place.
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