Canadian worship leader Elias Dummer's debut album The Work Vol. 1 is on sale for $4.99 on the iTunes store through September 13th. Why? To celebrate, of course.
The former front man for The City Harmonic has accomplished a rare feat for an independent artist: Dummer's debut single "Enough", co-written with Passion City Church's Jeff Johnson and KXC Worship's Tom Eccleshall, has appeared on Billboard's Hot Christian Songs chart and continues to climb many months after its release.
"The first time I heard ENOUGH I knew it was a special song that would connect with people," says Todd Stach, WAY-FM's Network Program Director. "It's a message everyone needs to hear...when life fails you, Jesus is enough."
The song has been a mainstay on the Billboard and Mediabase Christian Airplay charts this year with a weekly audience over two million and radio support from statWAY-FM, Air1, WCVO (Columbus), WDJC (Birmingham), WJTL (Lancaster), KBNJ (Corpus Christi), Q90 (Green Bay), KGLY (Tyler), Worship Radio Network (Augusta), The Fish (Honolulu), WCLN (Fayetteville), 99.1 Joy FM (St Louis), KCVO (MO), and KAXL (Bakersfield).
With streams in the millions and climbing, and placement on nearly 10,000 playlists, the lyrically poignant Enough continues to pick up steam with its timely message.
"We wrote this song partly because I needed to sing it myself," shares Elias. "In music it's easy to find yourself believing you have to be popular enough or in the right crowd to be loved or accepted. But it's a lie. Jesus is enough--I don't have to be enough on my own, and neither does anybody else."