Terrell gives fans a holiday treat with "Give Him Glory (The Remix)" With a pulsating beat and a catchy hook, Terrell reminds us that in all of our giving this holiday season, we should remember to give GOD glory for the gift of HIS son JESUS CHRIST.
A young minster of music stepped into the gospel music industry as a soloist with a fervent passion for worship, and a clear goal of establishing his ministry as a Levitical movement for the building, enrichment and advancement of God's Kingdom. Over the many years of singing in choirs, singing background for some of the most noted artists in Christian and Gospel music, traveling internationally and growing as an entrepreneur, Terrell Hunt continues to build and share his gifts and is releasing a long-awaited new single "God Said It". The 2009 Stellar Award nominee for Best New Artist of the Year is back with a churchy, high-energy faith booster available on iTunes now.
"God Said It" is the first release from Terrell's forthcoming 2014 live project FLOWING RIVER. This will be his sophomore installment and follow up to his acclaimed debut CD AWESOME.
With "God Said It' being the first glimpse of what is to come, Terrell took a moment to expound on FLOWING RIVER and his unique creative approach that is conceptually taken from scriptures Ezekiel 47:8-9, 12, John 7:37-39 and Romans 8:19 :
Terrell explains: In Ezekiel 478-9, 12, the Prophet's description of his vision speaks of water that flowed through the temple and out into the desert, healing its waters and bringing life and nourishment to the Earth. We are taught in John 7:37-39 that the biblical symbolism of water which is the Spirit of God. Finally Romans 8:19 closes out the thematic concept letting us know that even all of creation is standing still, waiting for the true sons and daughters of God to arrive and I believe those 'true sons and daughters' are those who possess and carry the spirit of God, bringing life and nourishment to the Earth.
FLOWING RIVER will take the listener on a journey of seeking, praying for and receiving the spirit of God. It will be the soundtrack that will navigate the listener through the process of becoming Acts 2:17 sons and daughters – those who prophesy, see visions and who dream dreams.
Since the release of my first project AWESOME, I've gone through a process of restoration, renewal and release. Right before the recording of FLOWING RIVER, I went on a life-changing trip to Nigeria that was planned for two weeks, but I ended up staying a month and a half. I was invited to go and coach a mass choir of one of the largest churches in Nigeria. Seeing and experiencing their worship was indescribable and it changed my whole worship experience. It also awakened my own creativity and writing style even more and moved me into thinking out-of-the-box. It was there in Nigeria that I wrote 'God Said It' ".
Terrell is a Maryland native now residing in Nashville, TN who is an ordained Music Minister, Worship Leader, Recording Artist, Songwriter, Producer, Vocal Coach, Music Ministry Leadership Training Consultant.
Terrell's anointed gifts have afforded him the opportunity to travel internationally and perform concerts across the globe. At the young age of 10, Hunt recorded with his world-renowned Pastor, Wintley Phipps, along with New Genesis, the adult gospel choir of Capitol Hill SDA Church in Washington, DC, on Pastor Phipps' CD, "The Sun Will Shine Again". During that time, Terrell became a member and lead vocalist for the DC Boys Choir under the direction of Ann Foster, with whom he performed the African National Anthem for Nelson Mandela.
Terrell has performed and ministered with many gospel industry icons and has accomplished much including singing duets with Vickie Winans and Karen Clark-Sheard for a 13 show run of the highly acclaimed Evangel Cathedral Christmas Production in 2003, and again as a guest artist in 2008 along with Marvin Sapp and in 2009 with Sunday Best winner, Crystal Aiken and contestant, Clifton Ross III. Taking on the acting stage and co-starring with Daryl Coley, Joey Kibble of the GRAMMY Award winning group Take 6, Paul Heflin, and Monique Steele in the gospel musical stage play "War Games", was one of the many career-shaping experiences for Terrell.