New York, NY (October 18, 2023)
Grammy® Award winning Roc Nation singer-songwriter VICTORY drops her new music video today for “I Don’t Have To Pretend,” from her current album, “Glory Hour.”

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VICTORY has had a busy year on tour since the release of “Glory Hour,” and will be a featured guest supporting artist on two-time GRAMMY® Award-winning Lauren Daigle’s highly-anticipated 2023 “The Kaleidoscope Tour.” VICTORY will join Daigle on the national U.S. arena circuit for select dates beginning November 10 through December 9, with stops in Los Angeles ( Arena), Sacramento, Ft. Worth, Knoxville, Greenville, and more. VICTORY will perform songs from her recently released sophomore album, which showcases the singer/songwriter’s distinct vocals, and offers a deeply felt and earnest collection of songs that seek to uplift the soul in dark times.

Victory also performed the song during her visit to the CCM Cafe:

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*The Kaleidoscope Tour dates (cities and venues where VICTORY will perform):

11/10/23 – Arena – Los Angeles, CA
11/11/23 – Desert Diamond Arena – Glendale, AZ
11/14/23 – Golden 1 Center – Sacramento, CA
12/1/23 – Dickies Arena – Fort Worth, TX
12/2/23 – AT&T Center – San Antonio, TX
12/7/23 – Greensboro Coliseum – Greensboro, NC
12/8/23 – Thompson-Boling Arena – Knoxville, TN
12/9/23 – Bon Secours Wellness Arena – Greenville, SC

Tickets are on sale at

Bluesy and soulful, VICTORY, who originally hails from Detroit, Michigan, brings the full measure of her talent to music that blends gospel, blues, folk, pop, and soul musical styles. From the start of her career, VICTORY has always been about finding fresh ways to express her truth, and though musically grounded in her unique R&B fusion style, “Glory Hour” is a bold and inspirational 18-track collection that marks her first official foray into gospel music. Produced by Kaleb Moten, VICTORY set the tone for the stylistically eclectic album, and features singles “Just Like In Heaven” and “El Shaddai“, which has garnered 1.2M views and close to half a million streams.

VICTORY wrote, recorded and co-produced the new project at The Secret Place, the New Jersey based studio she opened in early 2020, and penned her tunes on a baby grand piano. On “Glory Hour,” the singer-songwriter plays multiple instruments, from the piano on her ballad “Glory to God”; to acoustic guitar on “Just Like in Heaven.” The album also includes the choir and blues-infused “Rejoice,” and classic hymns such as “His Eye is On The Sparrow,” and “Great is Thy Faithfulness.” VICTORY was accompanied by an ensemble of musicians on tracks produced by Kaleb Moten, Space Jones and Grammy® Award winner Stephen Blake Kanicka.

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