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DOE The 3-time GRAMMY nominee Releases Debut EP (Video)

(Nashville, TN) – October 30, 2020 – Rising star DOE releases her debut EP, DOE, available now. Marking the first solo project from the three-time GRAMMY® nominated artist/songwriter, DOE’s self-titled EP is released by Jonathan McReynolds’ Life Room Label in partnership with RCA Inspiration. Led by her single “Brighter,” which has already garnered accolades from fans and peers for her sparkling voice and fresh melodies, DOE’s EP includes four other songs, including “I Try,” “Hey You” (with Jonathan McReynolds), “Good Now,” and “Take Me Back.”

A new music video for “I Try.” was also released Today, BET premiered the video for “I Try” on its BET Soul and BET Her channels, as well as on BET.com. Delivering a thoughtful reflection on the ways we can sometimes hide our true selves when we try to perform under other expectations, “I Try” showcases the introspective and captivating songwriting that runs throughout DOE’s EP.

Writing all of the tracks on the EP, with Jonathan McReynolds and his Life Room production team, DOE has created a rich, neo-soulful, eclectic soundtrack of her life. Taking this journey to her debut project has been a learning experience, and she says of sharing this project, “It’s a very vulnerable album for me. It is me talking about my life and what God has shown me, without being super ‘religious.’ I’m going to take this journey hand-in-hand with everyone.”

DOE first gained worldwide attention as a teenager as lead singer in the group Forever Jones, which released three albums and garnered numerous accolades, including two GRAMMY® Award nominations. DOE garnered her third GRAMMY® nomination as a featured artist on Jonathan McReynolds’ hit song “Cycles.” Her gift for ministry and dedication to expressing the heart of God has taken her around the world performing on some of the biggest stages, and at some of the most celebrated churches as well. DOE also recently performed on Jonathan McReynolds’ Those People virtual tour during the month of October.

Watch DOE, “I Try” (music video):

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