GRAMMY Award-winning and multi-platinum-selling Hillsong Worship, announces the release of their latest single, “That’s The Power (feat. Benjamin Hastings).” Available today, the song is the second track to drop from the group’s forthcoming live album “These Same Skies” and includes the extended worship track “That’s the Power (Reprise) [feat. Benjamin Hastings].” The highly anticipated compilation is slated to release worldwide on November 5, and is available now for preorder.
“I’m reminded with this song, that the Power in the Name of Jesus isn’t threatened by the power of the enemies camp, it’s in fact the other way around!,” says Hillsong Worship’s Alexander Pappas. “The power of the name of Jesus is both dangerous and the final say to all the enemies plans. We have access to the same power that raised Christ from the dead and I think that is a profound statement that we as the church should never tire of declaring.”
Pappas continues, “My prayer is that this song would be a weapon for the church. A weapon to be used in the triumph and employed in the trials. A song for your situation and a declaration over those we stand in the gap for. I cannot wait to hear some of the testimonies of breakthrough as faith is stirred and worshippers rise up.”
This recent release follows the group’s latest singles, “Never Walk Alone (feat. Mi-kaisha Rose)” and “Hope of The Ages” with Hillsong’s Reuben Morgan and two-time GRAMMY nominated Cody Carnes. Since its August debut, the collaborative “Hope of The Ages” track has garnered more than 1.1 million global streams.
With more than 6 million YouTube subscribers and 2.8 billion YouTube channel views, as well as an 8 million+ social media audience, Hillsong Worship continues its global legacy to reach nations and generations by writing and leading songs that influence both individual devotion and congregational worship for the glory of God.
Hillsong Worship is comprised of a diverse global community built on the foundation of connection and community. With a catalogue of songs sung by an estimated 50 million people worldwide each week, the group has garnered 7 billion career streams and over 20 million career album sales. In 2018, Hillsong Worship earned its first-ever GRAMMY for Best Contemporary Christian Music Song/Performance with “What A Beautiful Name” and has won nine GMA Dove Awards. While the GRAMMY Award winning “What A Beautiful Name” topped the Christian Airplay charts for nine consecutive weeks and reached RIAA Platinum certification (900 million global streams), a host of others such as, “Who You Say I Am,” “King of Kings,” “Cornerstone,” “Mighty To Save” and “This I Believe (The Creed)” continue to inspire, encourage and minister to millions of people around the globe.