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Travis Greene 2GOSPELflava had a chance to catch up with RCA Inspiration recording artist Travis Greene and talk with him about the release of his new CD The Hill which hits digital outlets and retail stores on October 30th.

Travis, you have such an awesome testimony, can you share it once again

Sure, I fell four floors out of a window when I was four and was pronounced dead.  My mother rushed to me, cradled me in her arms and called on the name of Jesus three times and nothing happened.  When she said, “the blood of Jesus”, I came back.  I was rushed to the hospital and the doctors performed the  tests to check me out to see if I was ok.  I wanted to tell my mother what happened to me, but the doctors said remembering would be a traumatic experience.  I told my mom that when I fell, I met a man who asked me if I wanted to go with him or if I wanted to go with my mom, I told him I wanted to go with my mom.  When I asked him his name, he told me He was Jesus.  The Lord gave me my life back because He knew of the work that I had to do for him, and here I am. I am destined to be here to serve God and minister to the needs of people.

GOSPELflava got a  chance to speak with the innovatively unique trendsetter, Professor James Hall, whose new disc WAP New Era drops on October 30th.  James HallHall spoke candidly about the choir’s 28 years and his experiences working on the new project.

Professor, tell us about the new CD

Our new CD WAP (Worship and Praise) New Era hits retail and digital outlets on October 30th, I know there are a lot of people who want to know why I gave it that title. It is a new era for us; Worship and Praise has been together for 28 years, and with that being said, I don’t have a lot of the faces that were there 28 years ago, a lot of people have retired or got too old to be doing all the travel and  being on the road,  but I am grateful to God that I do still have a good amount of people that have been with me for over 20 years. There’s a lot of new faces  in the group, but the sound is still Worship and Praise.