The new LP features nine new songs that were recorded on tour, and it was inspired by its predecessor, ‘Kingdom Book One’ (released 6.17), which was recorded in a Florida prison yard in an effort to raise awareness for mass incarceration. The artists were deeply impacted by their experience at the facility and felt such a new sense of being, empowering them to explore new creative sounds and worship.
“These songs are a reflection of our work in the prison,” says co-founder & CEO of Maverick City Tony Brown. “Being on tour and seeing the response of 10,000+ people each night has truly been such an inspirational experience.”
2022 is the year of Maverick City Music. Following the group’s recent Grammy win and historic mainstage performance, the record-breaking collective has been on a magnificent rise. Since then, they’ve gone on to perform mainstage at the BET Awards, and also alongside Diddy and Faith Evans, performed for NPR Tiny Desk, and on The View.