Tori Kelly introduced some gospel taste to The Late Late Show on Monday night time (Sept. 24) with a simmering efficiency of her gospel-pop hit "Never Alone." Performing the highly effective single from her not too long ago launched gospel-influenced album Hiding Place backed by a full band, 10-person gospel choir and three back-up singers, the Grammy-winner's voice soared as she locked into the inspiring refrain, "I've cried many rivers/ I've walked via some ache/ I've seen my world crumble/ And I've carried the disgrace/ But I do know someone, He calls me His personal/ I can hear heaven singing out/ Oh-oh-oh, you're by no means alone."
The music — co-written with Kirk Franklin — options an uplifting message about setting apart materials pursuits and specializing in strolling with God. Franklin danced into body mid-way via the efficiency, throwing down some phrases of encouragement and lifting the choir to increased heights because the music got here to a thundering conclusion.
"Never Alone" jetted to the No. 2 spot on Streets Talkin's Hot Gospel Songs chart dated Sept. eight, main the cost for all eight songs from the album to debut on the chart.
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