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Billboard No.1 Artist Bryan Popin Gives A Word on Racism in America, Shares Story About Soul Behind His Music and His Difficult Journey to Success

Billboard #1 Artist Bryan Popin Gives a Word on Racism in America

Popin Talks About Soul Behind His Music and Shared His Story Behind His Difficult Journey to Success

ATLANTA, GA (Tuesday, September 5, 2017) – – As Chart-Topping recording artist Bryan Popin single “I Got Out” spends three weeks in the Top 5 at Gospel radio and his independently released album of the same name maintains a top 5 position for six consecutive weeks on Billboard’s Top Gospel Albums chart, Popin sat down with CBN News’ Studio 5 Efram Graham to give a word on racism in America. Popin also talked about soul behind his music and shared his story behind his difficult journey to success.

Bryan Popin’s Little Boy Wonder Music/Flaydo Music album, I Got Out, released July 21through Fuel Music and is the sixth highest Gospel album debut of the year.

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About Bryan Popin:
A native of NJ, Bryan 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, keyboard skills and vocal flow. Popin has appeared with Bishop TD Jakes numerous times and was 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 and American Idol alum Danny Gokey. At the height of their popularity, Justin Timberlake’s *NSYNC recorded one of Popin’s songs for their multi-platinum album and stadium tour, Celebrity. His Billboard No. 1 Gospel album, I Got Out, is now available in stores and online.

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