No. 1 singer / multi-instrumentalist Blessing Offor delighted audiences across the country this week with a riveting performance on Good Morning America’s GMA3: What You Need To Know on ABC. Prior to Blessing and his band showcasing his single “Brighter Days,” Blessing had a chance to discuss how he uses his music to foster community, and express the tension between good and bad that we all feel on a daily basis – something defined in what Blessing calls “the genre of humanity.” Flanked by his extraordinary live band, Blessing took to the keys and performed “Brighter Days” with a heightened sense of verve and potency – characteristics of a well-oiled act in the middle of a tour. “Brighter Days” continues to rise sharply in popularity, surpassing 70M global streams. Watch the entire chat and performance HERE.
Recently, Blessing’s full-length debut My Tribe officially became the BIGGEST STREAMING DEBUT from a solo male artist at Capitol CMG, propelling an appearance on the cover of Apple’s New Music Daily playlist. The album – which Billboard calls “a testament to his own hard-fought journey” – debuted in the Top 20 position on three Billboard charts – Christian /Gospel Albums, Top 200 Christian/Gospel Albums, and Current Digital Albums charts. Named as an Amazon Breakthrough Artist of 2023 and Pandora Artist to Watch 2023, Blessing appears to be “Rollin’” along, surpassing 120M global streams, and continuously proving that he is an artist not to be missed. Stream My Tribe in full at the link HERE.
This morning, Blessing made his debut on The Bobby Bones Show for some Friday Morning Conversation. Blessing performed “Brighter Days” and chatted alongside Chris Tomlin as the two prepared for tonight’s Good Friday 2023 show in Nashville at Bridgestone Arena. The Bobby Bones Show is syndicated nationally. Check it out HERE.
Catch Blessing live on tour with Zach Williams at the dates below:
Apr. 13th – Martin Woldson Theater at the Fox – Spokane, WAApr. 14th – Paramount Theatre – Seattle, WAApr. 15th – Toyota Center – Kennewick, WAApr. 18th – Idaho Falls Civic Center for the Performing Arts – Idaho Falls, IDApr. 21st – Orpheum Theatre – Wichita, KSApril 22nd – Smart Financial Centre at Sugar Land – Sugar Land, TXApr. 26th – Embassy Theatre – Fort Wayne, INApr. 27th – Hobart Arena – Troy, OHApr. 28th – Adler Theatre – Davenport, IAMay 5th – Atlanta Symphony Hall – Atlanta, GAMay 6th – Steven Tanger Center for the Performing Arts – Greensboro, NCMay 9th – Juanita K. Hammons Hall – Springfield, MOMay 10th – Stifel Theatre – St. Louis, MOMay 12th – Old National Centre – Indianapolis, IN