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Maverick City Vol. 3 – Part 2 Maverick City Music – EP Tracklist
1. Temple (Ft. Amanda Lindsey Cook) DOWNLOAD
2. Be Praised (Ft. Aaron Moses & Naomi Raine) DOWNLOAD
3. To You (Ft. Chandler Moore & Maryanne J. George) DOWNLOAD
4. The Story I’ll Tell (Ft. Naomi Raine) DOWNLOAD
5. Yahweh (Ft. Chandler Moore & Osby Berry) DOWNLOAD
6. Most High (Spontaneous) (Ft. Chandler Moore) DOWNLOAD
7. Never Leave (Ft. Alton Eugene & Naomi Raine) DOWNLOAD
8. Hymn of the Ages (Ft. Maryanne J. George) DOWNLOAD
9. Fresh Fire (Ft. Brandon Lake & Naomi Raine) DOWNLOAD
10. Open Door (Ft. Maryanne J. George & Nate Moore)DOWNLOAD
11. God of Midnight (Ft. Aaron Moses) DOWNLOAD
12. Isaiah Song (Ft. Chandler Moore) DOWNLOAD
13. Yes & Amen (Ft. Chandler Moore) DOWNLOAD
14. Put On Love (Ft. Nate Moore & Osby Berry) DOWNLOAD
15. Closer (2020) (Ft. Brandon Lake) DOWNLOAD
Maverick City Music Vision & Mission
Maverick City started with a dream to make space for folk that would otherwise live in their own separate worlds. To break the unspoken rules that exist in the CCM and Gospel World! But I think more importantly to be a mega phone for a community of creatives that have been pushed to the margins of the industry of Church Music. What brings us together, and that sound that is vivaciously smacking you in the face the first time you hit play on on a Maverick track. Isn’t the sound of a community that centered around their deprivation, it’s the audacious sound of true belonging: The beautiful harmony of long lost family.
Maverick City Music Says: Maybe now more than ever not just the Church but the world needs a plurality of strong diverse voices carrying messages that can help reshape the world. However we didn’t start out to be a diverse community for the sake of diversity. We simply became aware of our deep need for people that were so absent from our lives that their silence was deafening. Our response was to create space for that which we had so profoundly became of aware of.
Our need for each other.
“Lots of people sing the same songs on a Sunday morning, no matter what type of church you go to, whether you’re a Black kid from wherever or a white kid from Mayberry,” songwriter and co-founder of the praise and worship collective Maverick City Music Jonathan Jay tells Apple Music. “Maverick City just basically started as an opportunity to make space for songwriters and people that maybe weren’t traditionally always in the CCM genre, but who identified with the genre. What we realized is that the representation in this space of people that weren’t white in terms of worship leaders was so refreshing for people. It was actually life-giving for people.” The group started self-releasing its own projects in 2019, the fruit of an expanding, interracial circle of worship-leading friends who gathered to share meals, write, and record. The freewheeling approach carries over to their recording process. Maverick City, Vol. 3. Pt. 2, recorded with well over 100 people present and participating in an Atlanta studio shortly before the pandemic, has the warm rustle of a worship service combined with a demo session and a campfire jam. Everything that happened in the moment was captured and kept, imperfections and all. Reflects Jay, “I think more than anything, we give people space to really express themselves.” Here Jay breaks down a few of the project’s standout tracks.
“It’s the acceptance that you are worthy, something that happens in someone’s life when they really come to know the Lord. Paul talks about this in Ephesians, especially in Ephesians 2: ‘You who once were far off, now you’ve been brought near and it’s by grace through faith that you’ve been saved.’ I think that that’s something that it takes a long time to really accept, that you’re worthy of being a temple, someone that houses the spirit of God, that the Bible says that the same power that raised Jesus from the dead lives on the inside of us. I think that song is really just sort of a testament to that truth, that we are all living temples and carriers of his presence.”
“One of the things that is so unique about the Maverick City expression is that there seems to be a collective of love, to just give adoration and praise to the Lord, and ‘Be Praised’ is just a synopsis of that. We felt like it was one of the best ways to start a record off, to place the attention and the focus of what this record was about while we were all in the room, what moments like these even mean.”
The Story I’ll Tell
“‘The Story I’ll Tell’ is one of my favorite songs, and it is literally just saying, ‘Lord, of all the things that have happened in my life, I’m going to tell the stories of what you’ve done and the songs of your faithfulness, stories of goodness, stories of your steadfastness.’ I think we can all find ourselves in songs like that, because we all have moments we realize that if we really thought about it, we’ve had encounters, whether they’d be supernaturally miraculous or really simple.”
“It feels like a universal, upbeat praise song. It’s something that I can hear people in America singing, I could hear people in Africa singing it. Simple, uplifting, and it’s [from] the Psalm 96 [passage] saying it ascribes greatness and glory to God.”
“Maybe you don’t feel God in that moment when you really, really feel like you should. But I think the longer we live, the more we realize that he’s always been there and he’ll always be there with us. So it’s just a reminder for hearts that he will truly never leave.”
Hymn of the Ages
“There’s very old bits of songs we all grew up singing, or at least our parents grew up singing. So there is a sense of nostalgia with it, but it sings of the greatness of God, the faithfulness of God, the steadfastness of God. And in times like these, these are the kinds of songs that we really need to be singing. They uplift us; they encourage us.”
God of Midnight
“I feel like we all had moments in our life where we felt like we weren’t going to make it through. We felt like we needed a touch of God to come in and save the day. This song is just such a testament to that. God still rescues, and he still redeems.”
Put on Love
“Songs like ‘Put on Love’ are songs we need to be singing right now. I can’t underscore that enough. Just how polarized everything feels in our country, how unwilling people are to even be empathetic and considerate of other people. Paul talks about in Ephesians 2 that our main focus, especially with other believers, is what Christ has collectively done in our lives. That should be the number one thing that we find in common. That should be the way that we frame how we interact with others. So we need to put on love. We need to love our neighbor. We’ve just got to do a way better job of that.”
“It says, ‘I need your love like I need water. I need your love like I need breath inside of my lungs.’ It’s a song of desperation: ‘Lord, who are we without you?’ It’s just a song of dependence. We need that perspective and that reminder often, and it’s so apropos for today.”