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You gave a heavenly breath
And now it’s air in our chests
That’s why we’re singing it back to You
For every battle You’ve won
For everything that You’ve done
And everything that You’re gonna do
Seen too much to ever doubt it
Feels so good I wanna shout it
Yeah when I really think about it
All I wanna do, all I wanna do is
Glorify Your name
We came to glorify Your name
That’s why we came
That’s why we came
To lift Your name
Come on and sing (oh)
Glorify Your name
We came to glorify Your name
That’s why we came
Yeah, we were made
To lift Your name
All the church sing (oh)
So let Your glory be heard
Until it covers the earth
Don’t wanna wait for the rocks to shout
We got a reason to praise
This is the song of the saved
No we ain’t gonna turn it down
Everyday we got a reason
Cause church ain’t only on the weekend
Yeah, when I get that kind of feeling
Every day, every day we’re gonna glorify, glorify…

© 2020 Centricity Music

The soulful, R&B-tinged “Glorify” features a full gospel choir backing Jordan’s recognizable falsetto. In the vein of soulful acts like Earth, Wind & Fire, Al Green and Sam Cooke, Feliz pushes the song into wooden pew, altar call simplicity with a soaring praise-heavy chorus and signature propulsive beats.

“I don’t know if I’ve ever been as excited for a song as I am for this one,” Feliz says of the new single. “Glorify means ‘praise and worship,’ but the sub-context of the word actually is to acknowledge and reveal the majesty and splendor of God by one’s actions. For me, coming out of this hard season of anxiety, stress and messed up priorities, now all I want my life to do is to glorify. I want to reveal the majesty of God by my actions.”

Feliz wrote the fresh track with longtime collaborators Colby Wedgeworth, Paul Duncan and Jordan Mohilowski. Together, Wedgeworth and Mohilowski also co-produced the single. Sonically, with its healthy blend of pop, gospel and soul, “Glorify” forms a sturdy bridge between Future and Feliz’s next studio release, due in 2021. Lyrically, it offers some of Feliz’s most transparent work to date.

“Before we started working on new music, I started asking the Lord to give me something to say, and I felt like He just said, ‘Say everything that’s on your heart. Say everything that you’ve been through. Be as vulnerable as possible. Tell the world the thing that you’re terrified to tell the world,’” Feliz recalls. “I think sometimes the things you’re scared to bring to people are most likely the most impactful.”

While “Glorify” is not a personal confession, its message lays out the kind of purpose Feliz is now singularly focused on. “I feel like God has really revealed a lot to me in this season, and I think He’s gearing me and my team up for something special. I’m really honored to be a part of the ride right now, and I just want God to be honored through it,” Feliz shares. “I’m going to be the most vulnerable, God-loving, Jesus-focused person I can be. I want to show people who I am.”

Spending his COVID-19 quarantine time in prayer mode, especially focusing on Psalm 91, Feliz says, “Our world is fearful, for good reason, but the beauty in all of this is that Jesus is still on the throne and in control of all of this. What an amazing time to reveal the majesty of our God and for believers to come out of the woodwork, donating their time and encouraging people by speaking life and truth over them.”

Luke 19:40 | John 12:28 | Psalm 34:1 | Psalm 86:12 | Psalm 96:4-9 | Psalm 145:2