BET’s Sunday Best season 9 runner-up Josh Copeland releases his sophomore EP NO FEAR (Anointed Sounds/eOne) today, which is available for download or streaming on all music platforms. Upon its release NO FEAR reached No. 15 on iTunes Christian/Gospel Top 200 Digital Albums chart. The 7-track EP is produced by Stellar Award winning producer Daniel Weatherspoon and executive produced by Neily Dickerson of the ND co. Download or stream No Fear: https://ffm.to/nofearalbum
Fans can find the EP No Fear featured across multiple top-tier digital streaming platforms some of which includes Pandora – New Gospel Now playlist, Pandora – New Morning Gospel station, Youtube Music – Gospel Hotlist playlist, and Spotify – New Music Friday Christian playlist to name a few.
Josh Copeland’s official live performance music video for the EP’s lead single “All Things Working,” is premiering now exclusively on Entertainment OneYouTube channel. Released on June 25, the song landed in the Top 20 (#18 peak) on iTunes Top 200 Christian/Gospel Digital Songs chart.
In 2019, Copeland competed in the gospel singing competition show Sunday Best, which aired on BET and was shot for the first time at Tyler Perry Studios in Atlanta. The singer was finished as runner-up. In 2018, he released his version of The Winans classic song “Uphold Me,” from his debut 4-track EP of the same name. Uphold Me debuted in the Top 15 on the iTunes Christian & Gospel Top 200 albums chart upon its release.
Known as a praise and worship leader, Copeland launched onto the scene a few years ago as a member of DMV’s city-wide choir and 4-Time Stellar Award nominees Charles Butler & Trinity. As a member of Trinity, Josh gained attention throughout various churches and television platforms for his rousing performance of the electicifying song “The Blood,” which he is featured on as a lead vocalist on Charles Butler & Trinity’s chart-topping albums The Blood Experience (2017) and Make It (2016). The song gained major traction across the gospel music marketplace reaching No. 22 on Billboard’s Hot Gospel Songs chart and No. 24 on its Gospel Airplay chart.