Coinciding with Martin Luther King Jr. Day, HuffPost is exclusively sharing the first look at the thought-provoking music video of Mandisa's "Bleed The Same" featuring fellow GRAMMY® winners TobyMac and Kirk Franklin. Click here to check out the article and video.
Earlier this year, Mandisa was invited to join Dr. David Jeremiah for his television teaching series A Life Beyond Amazing, along with Kirk Cousins of the Washington Redskins, David Green (founder and CEO of Hobby Lobby) and Pastor Bobby Schuller. The five of them sat down for lunch and to discuss what it takes to live [...]
We're just one month away from the first night of the Rise Out of the Dark Tour -with Mandisa and Danny Gokey, as well as special guests Love and the Outcome and Jasmine Murray- and we're looking for some volunteers to help out with merch at each show. So if you're at least 16 years [...]
On Wednesday April 26, Mandisa appeared on Good Morning America live from New York City. She and her band performed two new songs from Out of the Dark — "I'm Still Here" and "Unfinished." She also chatted with Robin Roberts about the inspiration behind the new album. You can watch the interview and the performances [...]
The fifth lyric video from Mandisa’s upcoming album Out of the Dark is now live on youtube! Listen to the new song “Bleed the Same” (featuring TobyMac, Kirk Franklin) while you read the lyrics: Plus, when you pre-order Out of the Dark on iTunes or Amazon, “Bleed the Same” and 4 other songs will download [...]
"Prove Me Wrong," from Mandisa's upcoming album Out of the Dark, is now available to purchase via digital download. You can also click here to check out the lyric video. "Prove Me Wrong" was the first song Mandisa wrote for her upcoming album. This emotional song expresses the anger and sadness she experienced after her close friend died of cancer. In it, she challenged God to prove her doubts wrong. After finally bringing her hurt to God, He did just that! If you too have a loved one in Heaven, and would like to honor their memory, check out the memory board online here.