July 29, 2022 – Los Angels, CA – Multi-genre, multi-Billboard charting artist David P Stevens releases a new single I Need You, ft. Mitchell Jones of Commissioned. David and Mitchell wrote and produced this song as an anthemic prayer reminder of our need for God and His constant availability to us in spite of our faults and failures. This soothing melody will calm your spirit and open your heart to the goodness of God. I Need You is a neat marriage of R&B and Jazz which takes you down memory lane of the true sounds of the group Commissioned. As a writer and producer, David captured the essence of our heart’s genuine daily cries and the relief gained when God responds.
The song is now available on all digital outlets. I Need You, was written and produced by David P Stevens and Mitchell Jones, as well as mixed/mastered by award-winning, Vidal Davis.
Mitchell Jones is a true worshipper and member of the legendary group Commissioned. The writer of songs such as Cry On, Victory, Ordinary Just Wont Do, I am Here, Hold Me, and many more classic songs. Mitchell has been quietly recording and working on new music, that will no doubt lead us to Christ, in the special way he has been gifted to do for 40-plus years.
David P Stevens is a multi-genre, multi-Billboard charting artist, who rose to recognition on the contemporary jazz circuit. David has released 8 albums and countless singles, featuring some of the biggest names in jazz. As a writer and producer, David has written for Anthony Hamilton and LaToya London, Maysa, Jaguar Wright, Lisa McClendon, Selina Albright, and a host of others. Mitchell Jones has always been one of David’s vocal heroes and spiritual influences. The two have joined forces to create a powerful, melodic, prayer, that will help listeners focus on God during these very dark and difficult times. With so many experiencing death, financial ruin, loneliness, and despair, Jones and Stevens wanted to provide for them a way to pray, and a reminder that no matter how far they think they have gone, God will never leave them or forsake them.
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