Elevation Worship wins Grammy for Best Contemporary Christian Music Album with Old Church Basement

Elevation Worship says it is "incredibly grateful for how Jesus used these songs."

The 64th Grammy Awards took place on April 3 in Las Vegas. Elevation Worship won the Grammy for best contemporary Christian music album there for its album Old Church Basement.

On social media, the group said they were "incredibly grateful for the way Jesus used these songs".

" WHAT?!?! Incredibly grateful for how Jesus used these songs!! Thank you so much @recordingacademy – we are so honored to have won a GRAMMY for Best Contemporary Christian Music Album for Old Church Basement with our family @maverickcitymusic ❤️
And for those of you who listened, shared and sang – THANK YOU! »

Released in May 2021, the title Old Church Basement has more than 6 million views on YouTube. It was written by Steven Furtick, Dante Bowe, Brandon Lake and Chandler Moore.

"Singing Hallelujah is all I need
When I think of your kindness and your love for me
Oh, the joy of my salvation, come back to me
He's just an old hallelujah with a new melody. »


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