Today, award-winning songwriter and worship leader Tiffany Hudson releases her solo debut, Hidden Here. A member of the GRAMMY Award-winning group Elevation Worship and a worship leader at Elevation Church, Hudson is behind songs such as “Graves Into Gardens” and “More Than Able,” many from the GRAMMY-winning project Old Church Basement, among others. You can listen to Hidden Here everywhere now here.
Tiffany Hudson never dreamed of having a solo artist career, but it was when she felt an invitation from the Lord in early 2022 that she even considered releasing her own songs. “After a season of what felt like a creative drought, I began to sit down at my piano and felt the Lord begin to download songs and themes,” she shares about the process of making her first solo project. “This began a personal journey of sitting with Him, writing, co-writing, and desiring to present the things He placed in my heart. It’s always a humbling experience to try and pen God’s wonder. It’s a weight and a responsibility to put confessions in other people’s mouths to say to God. ”
Hidden Here was produced by Josh Holiday, Bubele Booi, and Jason Ingram. The eight-song project also features special guest appearances including worship leader Steffany Gretzinger on “Break The Bottle,” which they co-wrote together. Mitch Wong and Joe L Barnes join Hudson on “Togetherness,” a song the trio wrote two years ago about a cry for unity in an often divided culture. Other co-writers on the project included Amanda Cook, Jason Ingram, and Josh Holiday.
Tonight, Hudson will wrap up the summer dates of “Elevation Nights” in Nashville with Elevation Worship and Steven Furtick. She will hit the road again in the fall with Elevation Worship when their tour begins in October. Tickets and information can be found at ElevationNights.com.