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New Music From Sunday Best Winner Joshua Rogers

Joshua Rogers is RETURNING with new music after a 5 year recording hiatus and is set to make multiple high-profile public appearances – his first in several years in Las Vegas during the 33rd annual Stellar Gospel Music Awards this weekend including: the Stellar Awards Pre-Show, Gospel Radio Awards & Showcase among more.

Joshua Rogers returns with his new radio single “Pour Your Oil”- the lead single from his forthcoming third album RETURNING on his new record label Mixed Bag Music, LLC, which is slated for a 2nd QTR 2018 release with distribution by Entertainment One (eOne). Released Feb 8th, “Pour Out Your Oil,” which is gaining major traction at Gospel radio is produced by BMI’s 2016 songwriter of the year Lucius B. Hoskins (Shirley Caesar, Cheryl Fortune) and showcases Rogers multi-dimensional vocal ability on a soothing contemporary gospel worship tune. “Pour Out Your Oil” is a personal testimony for Rogers who has openly talked about depression due to his career, finances and health.

RETURNING is Joshua’s most personal and career defining project to date. No longer a teenager, Rogers showcases his vocal versatility and maturity under the production of some of the industries top super producers such as; Elvis “Blac Elvis” Williams (Tamar Braxton, Smokie Norful, K.Michelle) Asaph Ward (Mary J. Blige, Kim Burrell), Pierre Medor (Sean Paul, Syleena Johnson) and celebrated newcomers Khirye Tyler (Jermaine Dolly, Jessica Reedy), James Wright (SENSERE), David Minus, Andre Johnson and Dennis Atkinson (Virtue, John P. Kee).

Additionally, Joshua is slated to release his first autobiographical book later this year, which chronicles the famed singers’ highs and extreme lows of instant stardom.

“Pour Out Your Oil” is available now on all digital outlets where music is sold and streamed.

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