4/3/2020 0 Comments
Singer/Songwriter Tasha Layton drops anticipated new single today. This vulnerable single from BEC Recordings is available now. This song is an affirmation of God's presence in a chaotic world. This track was co-produced by Bryan Fowler, Hawk Nelson's Micah Kuiper, was written by Layton herself, Keith Everette Smith, Fowler, and Kuiper.
This track is a powerful piano ballad that talks about Layton's insecurities here on Earth. with a beautiful chorus, paired with powerhouse vocals, offers hope in a trying time. "Though the mountains may be moved into the sea, Though the ground beneath might crumble and give way, I can hear my Father singing over me. It's gonna be ok, it's gonna be ok."
The lyrics of this song are so incredibly true and vulnerable. In this time where nobody is really sure of what is going to happen, if we rely on God, it's gonna be ok. A very timely release with everything going on.
"I have a two year old son and when he falls and scrapes his knee, or when he is scared, or when he is sad, I take his little face in my hands and I look at him and say, 'You know what buddy, its gonna be ok." Layton stated "I wrote this song during a time when I was facing a lot of heartache, worry, and stress. I was crying out to God, just like my little son cries out to me."
A native of South Carolina and getting her career started in LA, she became very in demand as an in session singer. Layton was on season 9 of American Idol and spent four years as a backup singer to Katy Perry. She has also served as an instructor at Trevecca Nazarene University, the host school for Camp Electric.
For further information, visit tashalayton.com. Follow her on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter.
Information courtesy of Turning Point Media Relations
Student studying Public Relations and Social Media as well as acting as much as possible with hopes to work at a Christian media company when graduated.