In lieu of the global initiative to social distance during the COVID-19 pandemic, Americans have had to adapt to a new normal. Houston-based pastor and new artist Marcus Jordan has redirected his focus towards acts of kindness and forward movement with his debut concept music video premiere of his latest single “I Can.” The concept music video for “I Can” is premiering now on legendary gospel music radio promotions guru, BlackSmoke Music Worldwide CEO and this year’s Stellar Award Hall of Fame Inductee Kerry Douglas YouTube channel.
Lauded by social media phenomenon Karlton Humes, known as Not Karlton Banks, gave comedic parody of “I Can” on his Instagram Page (@notkarltonbanks), which has generated over 200,000 views and 33,000K likes to-date. Watch it here.
Produced by Nicholas Johnson, the brother of Bishop T.D. Jakes’ lead guitarist and Stellar Award-nominated artist Jabari Johnson, “I Can,” written by Jordan, is an empowering message with soulful melodies and fascinating vocal approach. The digital track for “I Can,” is also available now for digital download and streaming on select online music retailers.
Kerry Douglas, who’s known for being a vehicle and introducing unknown hidden talent to the Gospel music world since 2007, which includes Grammy® nominee James Fortune, singing preacher Pastor Mike Jr., crooners Zacardi Cortez, Earnest Pugh and choirmaster Demetrius West will present Marcus Jordan in an exclusive discussion tonight at 8 PM EST/ 7PM CST live on “Spotlight Night” via Mr Kerry Douglas Facebook Page.