Music Industry News Network [12-23-2017]

He Arose An Original Song Of Hope And Praise Just In Time For Christmas


Texas songwriter, Kameron Searle, has written his first song under his real name and not a pen name or pseudonym as in the past. His new Christian song titled HE AROSE has a somewhat different take on the meaning of Easter. HE AROSE is not just another contemporary Christian song about the resurrection of Jesus Christ on the third day following His crucifixion. It goes deeper. Christians who know their Bible, know that the resurrection of the Christ is the single most significant event in human history. Christ conquered death. Many songs proclaim the resurrection of Jesus, but do not go on to expound upon the significance of this event to those who believe in Christ as Lord and Savior. HE AROSE focuses attention on the often-overlooked significance of the resurrection of Christ as it pertains to the resurrection of the believer when Christ returns.

We are all familiar with the children’s hymn, JESUS LOVES ME. HE AROSE is very natural continuation of the theme of this popular children’s song. HE AROSE is a song for Christian adults to ponder what Jesus’ love really means to them. Listen to the song and you will see that HE AROSE is also a song of hope for Christians who have recently lost a loved one.

The demo presented here was an international effort and came together very quickly. Artists on three continents came together on the project. Texan, Kameron Searle, presented the song to London singer/songwriter, Osian, in early November 2017 and by early December 2017, the video had been created by Kenyan producers, Mutua and Dawn Kaimenyi. The video went up on YouTube less than two weeks ago just in time for Christmas and already has more than 22,000 views. Searle is looking for a publisher for the song and for Christian music singers and groups looking to record this a new and completely original Christian song. The song is easy to sing and can be sung with a great deal of emotion by an individual or a 300-person choir.


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