Looking Behind The Song (ARG): All This Time – Britt Nicole

Britt began as a three-year-old singer in her North Carolina church, and she’s celebrating with the release of her third album, “GOLD”. Britt’s tight mix of R&B, rock, and upbeat pop are not only bringing a fresh new sound to Christian music, but an encouraging message intertwined with beats bound to get you off your feet.

Every person, young and old alike, has gone through some kind of heartache or pain. Some hold grudges, some remain in an emotional rut, walking around the same mountain in their lives. But the most powerful lesson to learn in those times is that God is there for you no matter what the situation, and he enables you to move on. “All This Time” is a catchy, freeway-worthy jingle, in which Britt thanks God for not only being there for her in the rough moments, but taking her life and making it bigger and better than she imagined. As she sings:

“I hear these people asking me
How do I know what I believe?
Well I’m not the same me
And that’s all the proof I need”

Joshua 1:9 “Have I not commanded you? Be strong and courageous. Do not be afraid; do not be discouraged, for the LORD your God will be with you wherever you go.”

Britt’s new record unveils on March 26th, boasting 11 stunning pop ballads, from fist-pumping stereo shakers to passionate songs like the title track, telling the listener that they’re priceless in God’s eyes. “All This Time” shines out with the message that only God can transform the tears of pain into tears of joy.

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