Garners First Billboard Music Award for Top Gospel Song
Nashville, TN (May 3, 2019) – Today, GRAMMY®-nominated and NAACP Image Award and Stellar Award-winning songstress Koryn Hawthorne released a new remix to her hit song, “Unstoppable”. The track features rising hip-hop star Yella Beezy, well known for his 2018 hit, “That’s On Me”. Showcasing Hawthorne’s rich contralto, 16 motivating bars from Yella Beezy and an infectious R&B and hip-hop infused melody, the uplifting anthem reminds listeners that with God’s help, there’s nothing they can’t do.
The new “Unstoppable” remix is the latest song from Hawthorne who has had a breakout year. Her debut album, also titled Unstoppable, debuted at #1 on Billboard and the album’s first single, “Won’t He Do It” became a monster hit, holding the #1 spot on Billboard’s Top Gospel Songs chart for a record-breaking 41 weeks overall. Hawthorne made history as the first female artist to hold the #1 position on Billboard’s Hot Gospel Songs chart for over 25 weeks. The album also earned Hawthorne her first GRAMMY® nomination for Best Gospel Performance / Song, an NAACP Image Awardfor Outstanding Gospel Album, a Stellar Award for Music Video of the Year (“Won’t He Do It”) and a Dove Award for Contemporary Gospel / Urban Recorded Song. On May 1st, she received her first Billboard Music Award for Top Gospel Song. In addition, Hawthorne has graced the stages of the 2018 Soul Train Awards, BET Her Fights Breast Cancer 2018, the 2019 Super Bowl Gospel Celebration and the 2019 Stellar Awards.
Following this release, Hawthorne will be gearing up to perform on Kirk Franklin’s 26-city LONG LIVE LOVE Tour kicking off in Austin, TX on July 11th. Additionally, fans can see her in performance at the JoyFest in Charlotte, NC on May 25th and at the Essence Music Festival on on July 5th in New Orleans, LA.
Koryn Hawthorne: “Unstoppable” Remix featuring Yella Beezy is available now.
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