Nashville, TN (March 26, 2021)
GRAMMY nominee DOE has released a brand new track with the single “Good Now (Remix)” featuring artist Wande. DOE and Christian hip-hop artist Wande pair up creating a blazing powerful anthem, amplifying the message of finding confidence and strength with faith in God. Carrying a hopeful outlook to get through struggles and worries, “Good Now (Remix)” delivers a progressive sonic fusion of R&B, hip-hop and contemporary melody, bringing together the two rising stars’ distinctive lyrical styles.
DOE also releases a second new track, with an intimate solo performance on “Good Now (Acoustic),” which is available via digital music providers today. Co-writing on “Good Now,” DOE first released the song on her debut solo EP, DOE. Released late last year by Jonathan McReynolds’ Life Room Label in partnership with RCA Inspiration, DOE’s self-titled EP featured five songs, including the lead radio single “Brighter.”
DOE first gained worldwide attention as a teenager as lead singer in the acclaimed group Forever Jones, which garnered accolades including two GRAMMY Award nominations. DOE garnered her third GRAMMY nomination as a featured artist on Jonathan McReynolds’ hit song “Cycles.” She is continuing to share music ministry and worship at select churches, and catch DOE’s performance on the Stellar Awards Music of Hope TV Special, spotlighting a plethora of healing music and celebration for Easter.
DOE: “Good Now (Remix)” feat. Wande and “Good Now (Acoustic)”: