Canon Lands a Direct Hit with Debut EP
“Loose Canon” immediately shot to the #1 spot on the iTunes and Amazon Christian/Gospel charts



Reflection Music Group is celebrating the successful release of Canon’s national debut EP, Loose Canon, which was released on October 16th. The album exploded onto the iTunes and Amazon charts, peaking at #23 at iTunes, where it remains the #1 Christian & Gospel album, outselling major releases from artists such as tobyMac, Brandon Heath, Newsboys and others.

“This has exceeded all expectations,” says Reflection Music Group’s Doc Watson. “This type of launch is not supposed to be possible for a new artist or a small indie label. This just goes to prove that people want quality music with a quality message. Canon is the real deal – musically and spiritually.”

No stranger to Christian Hip Hop fans, Canon has been seen from coast to coast on tour with chart-topping artist Lecrae, serving as the hype man and opening act on the successful Overdose and Gravity tours. He’s also made appearances on recordings by Lecrae, Derek Minor and RMG.

The music video for “Loud Music,” featuring Derek Minor, is already making a significant impact through social media.

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