TBR — Bryan Popin is currently on a multi-city tour & radio promo in support of his single, SUCH A TIME AS THIS, as it continues to climb the Billboard Gospel radio chart. Most recently, Popin stopped by WLIB in NYC with Bishop Hezekiah Walker & Neicy Tribbett to talk about life’s struggles, the state of the world and what inspired his new song.
“Life’s ups & downs, twists & turns are going to happen” says Popin. “It’s the unexpected curves that hit us hard. The people we expected to be there for us, but let us down. The people we thought would protect us, but hurt us. Those we thought we could trust, but lied on us. The job that was supposed to be our security, now I no longer have. The doctor report that is keeping me up all night, every night. This is what birthed the song. The frustration, the confusion & the pain. God spoke life to me, that He was still with me, that none of this mess surprised Him and that I was created for SUCH A TIME AS THIS! I promised I would share this message of hope with others.”
Bryan Popin is bringing a message of hope with his new single inspiring many as with his previous song, I CAN MAKE IT. To now more than ever… keep the faith, hold on & be a light in this dark world.
SUCH A TIME AS THIS is now available on iTunes & all digital outlets & is currently #21 on the Billboard Gospel radio chart and trending at #13.
ABOUT BRYAN POPIN:
Born & raised in NJ, Popin was a piano protégé by his early teens. Later in his career, the legendary Stevie Wonder nicknamed him the “Little Boy Wonder” and he’s continued to impress with his songwriting, musician skills and vocal prowess. His live energy & passion is undeniable, as his skills on keys is quite impressive. Popin’s appeared with Bishop TD Jakes numerous times and featured at both MegaFest and Bishop Jakes’ Pastors & Leader’s Conference. He’s written with R&B legend Chaka Khan, opened for Tye Tribbett, Israel Houghton, Deitrick Haddon, Donnie McClurkin & Marvin Sapp. At the height of their popularity, Justin Timberlake’s *NSYNC recorded one of Popin’s songs for their multi-platinum album, Celebrity.
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