Erica Campbell’s rising radio hit “A Little More Jesus,” will be on sale on June 25th.
Fans can download the single on all digital retail outlets including iTunes, Google Play, and Amazon as well as can add the ringtone to your Verizon phone for Black Music Month.
The upbeat jam is the perfect summer song that features Campbell’s signature vocals backed by a throwback beat. The hand-clapping high-energy track provides a message of encouragement that gives all of us a much-needed boost. The song has already become one of the most added songs on gospel radio. Radio has responded in a big way, Elroy Smith of Radio One said, “When we debuted this song on PRAISE 103.9 in May and the listeners constantly begged us to play it again, again and again. If you want to feel good and uplifted, this is the song!”
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“A Little More Jesus,” is off of Campbell’s upcoming solo CD and was produced by Warryn Campbell, and co-written by Erica and Tina Campbell. The project will be released by My Block Inc. and distributed by eOne Music.
“The Erica Campbell project is long over due,” said Warryn Campbell, executive producer and CEO of My Block Inc. “She has shined so brightly with Mary Mary over the last 10 years and now we get to hear her in a way that she has never been heard before … be prepared to take the amazing journey with her, I promise you’ll enjoy the ride.”
Erica will hit the road this summer to perform at high-profile conferences including appearances at Gospel Music Fest with The Belle (Richmond, VA) on June 23rd and Full Gospel Conference on July 3rd. Erica will have multiple appearances at the Essence Music Festival including July 5th at the Verizon Wireless Booth as well as the McDonald’s 365Awards on July 6th. She will also perform at New York’s Central Park Summerstage August 3rd & 4th. For specific dates and additional details check out http://www.myblockrecords.com.
Erica is currently in production on the third season of her and Tina’s self-titled WEtv series “Mary Mary.”