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Motivation, affirmation and uplifting energy are at the heart of GRAMMY.com’s latest Positive Vibes Only digital series. Each installment will feature a performance by an artist or band that records gospel, Christian or inspirational music. As a bonus, each episode will open with a message of encouragement from a diverse roster of spoken word artists, poets, motivational speakers, social media influencers and spiritual leaders.

The first episode will feature the founder of the OnPurpose movement and creator of International Purpose Day Jovian Zayneand a special performance by the GRAMMY nominated band worship of elevation.

“With so much going on in the world around us, we can all use a little encouragement,” shared GRAMMY.com editor Justin Dwayne Joseph. “This series is not intended to impose any specific religious belief on anyone, but I hope that members of the music community and in general know that all is not lost. We individually and collectively have the power to help change things.

The series will also feature performances by Christian music artists Hannah Kerr and Wande; the group Miel San Marcos, nominated for the Latin GRAMMY; GRAMMY nominated singers jekalyn carr, Jonathan McReynolds, Kierra Sheard, Koryn Hawthorne, Malian music, and Natalie Grant, as well as GRAMMY winning singers Kalani Pe’a and Laurent Daigle.

Spoken word artist J. Ivypoet Sabrina Benaim, host of OWN’s #LoveGoals Mindand internet sensation and actress Tabitha Brown are among the speakers who will open each episode.

The series is executive produced and directed by Alina Vission and produced by Justin Dwayne Joseph and Paul Madeira.

Positive Vibes Only posts every Sunday at 12pm PST | 3p EST starting August 30, 2020, on The Recording Academy Official Youtube channel, Facebook and instagram.

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