Music is a calling and worship is a lifestyle. At that intersection of talent and passion, you’ll find Victory World Music. Taking a multi-cultural, multi-generational approach to serving one of the fastest growing churches in the nation, the worship team at Victory World Church is a vibrant group of talented musicians with a common goal---creating original music that glorifies God.
The official launch of Victory World Music was spearheaded by Montell & Kristin Jordan. Most of the world knows Jordan as the smooth-voiced singer responsible for such mainstream R&B hits as “This is How We Do It” and “Let’s Ride,” but to fellow believers at Victory World Church in Norcross, GA, Jordan is a man who uses music as a vehicle to transport people into the presence of God.
As Victory World Church introduces their powerful worship team to the world with the debut album with Victory World Music, Jordan is at the forefront of the church’s ministry efforts. The lead single, “Shake Heaven,” is an ear-grabbing wall of sound punctuated by Jordan’s soulful vocals that captures the latest chapter in his musical and spiritual evolution. The song also features guest vocals by the incredibly gifted Beckah Shae. She also joins Jordan on the opening track “Yes You Are (Yeshua).”
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Shake Heaven song| Posted November 24, 2011
This song is so amazing it will make the Lord come down just because of prasing him. Jordan has a talent that the Lord bestowed on him. Use it to glorify God and better and greater things will come. I will have to listen to the WHOLE ALBUM and l have no doubt that l will be blessed.
Shake Heaven| Posted November 09, 2011
At first when seeing the picture of the band I was picturing a different style of music than what came through my headphones, but was amazed to discover that this release has some amazing R&B/hip hop style songs that I think my teenage daughters will really enjoy (especially considering that Beckah Shae is featured on a few of them). My favorite tracks are "Yes You Are" and "Shake Heaven"
AMAZING| Posted November 01, 2011
This was totally legit, when i saw a their band picture had about 12 people in it i'll admit I was totally scarred it would be another hillsong album or something with like two people on each instrument and one on everything else like violin, but they were awesome...The lyrics were strait out of...some album with great lyrics, (idk) and sounded totally insprired by the word, basically very legit, and then through in some nice beats and you've got the making of a sick awesome album.