Sherrell Mitchell releases new gospel single ‘I Believe’ feat. Jamie Najera

Singer/Songwriter & Producer of Gospel Music…Sherrell Mitchell has released his latest single, “I Believe” feat. Jamie Najera and The JLM Worshipers and it’s published as an independent release on Psalm 96 Records label. Mitchell’s new single is the most recent popular release since his June 2019 drop, “Hear O’ Israel.” featuring expert vocal work, inspirational songwriting and a strong foundation on the Bible, “I Believe” is a single for any fan of gospel music.

In the past, Sherrell has mentioned that some of his influences come from Kirk Franklin, Fred Hammond, John P. Kee, Hezekiah Walker, Donnie McClurkin, Take 6, Israel Houghton, Ben Tankard, Neal Jones, Grady Austin, and Cora Jackson. Fans of these and other Contemporary Christian Artists should seriously consider Rell’s “I Believe” track for the holiday season 2019.

He began his musical journey as a church percussionist in his youth, but learned to play the piano with training and mentorship by some great teachers…Vivian Perryman, Darryl Hawk, Kay Classy and Phil Curry. Today Sherrell continues today to humble serve the Pacific Northwest Christian Community with his love for the Lord and his musical gifts.

His 2016 albums, “The JLM Project” and “The Mass Of New Vision” continue to gain popularity, as do his other 2019 singles, “Salt Of The Earth” and “Hear O’ Israel.”

All things are possible with God,” Rell writes, “and I’m truly grateful for the beautiful gift of music that He’s given me. Spreading the Gospel through musical expression, one song at a time for an Audience of One, as the world listens on.”

I Believe” by Sherrell Mitchell on the Psalm 96 Records label is available from over 600 quality digital music stores online worldwide now.

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