Nashville, TN – Inpop Records released Karyn Williams’s album, Only You, to retail nationwide on January 8th. The project was distributed exclusively to Family Christian in August with an agreement that ran through December of last year. An added bonus to the project is a new song that is a duet with Michael Tait, Hey There, that went to adds at radio January 11th.
“I’m thrilled about the release of my debut project Only You and the retailers that are helping me get this music out nationwide!”, exclaims Williams. “Having Michael Tait sing on my new single, Hey There is beyond exciting. From the night we wrote this song, I knew there was something special about it. Hey There is a song of comfort for hurting people, which at one time or another is all of us. My prayer is that this music shares the message of real, lasting hope through Jesus in every circumstance.”
“At the end of the day everything comes down to the ‘voice’ for me,” adds Tait. “That said, Karyn’s tone is PURE HONEY! The first time I heard Hey There, I knew I had to be on this tune…somewhere…with Karyn. I could not be more happy and pleased with our collaboration!”
Williams has been busy throughout the fall and winter promoting the album with appearances at In The Market With Janet Parshall, co-hosting two shows and performing on the nationally syndicated morning show Daily Buzz, performing on another nationally syndicated show Daytime and numerous reviews and interviews with media outlets. In November, Williams traveled to New York City for appearances on Fox & Friends and WNBC-TV in support of her song and video, Just May Be, for the Congressional Coalition on Adoption Institute. Williams’s song,This Is Freedom, was also used in a promotional video for author Kathy Harris’s new novel, The Road To Mercy. In December, Williams joined Mark Schultz’s What Do You Give A King Christmas Tour before taking a long overdue holiday break with her family in Orlando, FL.
About Karyn Williams
Williams is the eldest daughter of Orlando Magic Senior Vice President and founder Pat Williams. Her international family includes 19 children, fourteen of which are adopted from all over the world. After graduating from the University of Florida with a degree in Broadcast Journalism, Williams moved to Nashville in 2007 to pursue a career in music. In 2010, Williams released her first single to radio, Rejoice, which led to her signing with Inpop Records in 2011. Williams is an artist partner with Holt International, the adoption agency through which eight of her brothers and sisters joined her family. Williams will also be releasing a music video for her song, Just May Be, in conjunction with the Congressional Coalition on Adoption Institute (CCAI). In March 2012, Williams was the only CCM artist featured to perform during the NBA All Stars Weekend. Williams lives in Nashville with her songwriter/producer husband, Brian White. http://www.karynwilliams.com
About Inpop Records
Inpop Records is an independent music label based in Brentwood, TN and is home to some of the best-known bands in Christian music. Distributed by EMI Christian Music Group, Inpop Records has become one of the top-selling independent labels within the industry, having established a reputation for seeking out the best artists in emerging talent and for expanding the music marketplace with sound and ideas. Inpop’s roster includes Mat Kearney, Jaci Velasquez, Tricia Brock, Jimmy Needham, and The Advice among others. For more information, visit http://inpop.com.
Source- Bozeman Media