Centricity Music Artists Celebrate Christmas With New Music, Touring

Nov 25 2022

Centricity Music celebrates the season with multiple releases from its acclaimed artist roster, all meant to bring the joy of Christmas to people everywhere. Brandon Heath, Jordan Feliz, Katy Nichole, Apollo LTD and Coby James each have holiday songs reaching the masses now through airwaves (including SiriusXM’s The Message), digital downloads and online plays around the world.

Five-time GRAMMY-nominated, eight-time Dove Award-winning Brandon Heath is joined by BEC artist Tasha Layton on the original song “God Made A Way.” Both of these artists had No. 1 radio hits from their respective albums this year (Heath’s “See Me Through It” from Enough Already and Layton’s title track from How Far) and come together for this beautiful and emotionally impactful new Christmas duet. The song and concept studio performance video calls attention to how God made a way in a manger.

RIAA Gold-selling, Dove Award-winning pop recording artist and songwriter Jordan Feliz shares his four-song Christmas EP, Joy To The World. The EP features “Hallelujah, Our King,” which was highlighted in the Christmas With The Chosen: The Messengers special that became a top box office hit in theaters over the holidays last year.

This year’s Billboard Chartbreaker and American Music Award-nominated Katy Nichole reveals her first-ever Christmas offering, “O What A King.” Written by Nichole, Heath and Jeff Pardo, the song of worship is uniquely composed from Mary’s perspective.

More new Christmas music debuts come this year from cinematic, alternative-pop duo Apollo LTD releasing its joyful “This Christmas” and accomplished, TigerBeat-featured singer, songwriter and guitarist Coby James bringing to light “What Christmas Is All About.”

Much of this new music will be heard live on tour this season with Heath and Nichole featured on star-studded legs of this year’s K-LOVE Christmas Tour and Feliz leading his Christmas favorites and more hits on his Feliz Navidad Tour that begins Dec. 9 in Tallahassee, FL.

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