News Source: The M Collective
After three-time GRAMMY® Nominee Mandisa delivered last April’s immensely successful and fastest-selling album, What If We Were Real, the American Idol finalist will follow up with the release of her new EP, Get Movin’, available exclusively at all digital retailers on August 14. The five-song assortment features tracks that span the vocal powerhouse’s discography, opening with the thrilling Capital Kings interpretation of her current smash single “Good Morning,” featuring TobyMac. The single continues to rise at radio and is being featured as the theme song on various morning shows across the country.
Coming off of her most successful year ever of radio airplay, sales, and touring, Mandisa will be featured on the “Women of Faith” tour beginning this August, which includes Amy Grant, Sandi Patti, Brenda Warner (wife of NFL Superstar Kurt Warner), among others. She’ll also join TobyMac on his HITS DEEP Tour this November, featuring the talents of Britt Nicole, Jamie Grace, Chris August, and more. Earlier this year, she completed the massively successful “Girls Night Live” tour, where she headlined and brought along Britt Nicole, Anita Renfro and Laura Story in support.
Get Movin’ Tracklisting:
- Good Morning (Capital Kings Remix)
- Stronger (Movin’ Remix)
- Only The World (Switch Remix)
- Shackles (Switch Remix)
- My Deliverer (RawlsCO Latin Remix)
Three-time GRAMMY ® nominee Mandisa’s discography includes True Beauty, It’s Christmas, Freedom and most recently, her fastest-selling release, What If We Were Real on Sparrow Records. The Season 5 American Idol finalist is also an author with the release of “Idoleyes: My New Perspective on Faith, Fat & Fame.” Mandisa was one of several Idols selected to open Walt Disney World’s American Idol Experience in early 2009. Known for her transparency, Mandisa has been seen on Today, CNN Online, E! News Live, EXTRA as well as the pages of US Weekly and People, discussing her weight loss journey. She has also garnered six GMA Dove Award nominations, three GRAMMY® nominations, and earned her first No. 1 radio hit this year with “Stronger.”