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Lecrae & Tori Kelly Release Video for “I’ll Find You” Supporting St. Jude Children’s Hospital

I am absolutely in love with this song. It’s one of the most uplifting tracks I’ve heard in a while, and for anyone who’s been going through a struggle, you can instantly relate to these lyrics,

“They say don’t get bitter get better,

I’m working on switching them letters,

but tell God I’ma need a whole lot of hope keeping it together”

The video serves to bring awareness for St. Jude Children’s Hospital and encourage anyone who can to partner with them through a financial donation. Lecrae had this to say about the video specifically,

“This video is my heartbeat. It’s me showing my own pain, hope, and passion for others. I want people to see there’s hope in the chaos.” – Lecrae

The Reach Records founder has always put his faith at the forefront of his rhymes, which has resulted in independent success for years now, but this year has proven to be his best yet so far. The Grammy Award winner linked up with Ty Dolla $ign earlier in 2017 for the single “Blessings,” which is currently a Top 10 single on Urban Radio. Now with “I’ll Find You” showing off his pop versatility, Lecrae will likely garner even more well-deserved exposure.

Both “Blessings” and “I’ll Find You” are set to be featured on Lecrae’s forthcoming major label debut album under Columbia Records arriving later this year.

Finish your Friday strong by watching the video below:

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About Nathan Mathis

Nathan Mathis is affectionately known as Beardo, the bearded weirdo. He is a follower of Christ, a self-made thousandaire, and a lover of Hip-Hop. He currently owns and operates CHHToday.com and runs an accounting firm with his father.

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