GRAMMY-nominated artist Jeremy Camp is honored with fans, media and radio’s reactions to the release of his heartfelt worship album, “We Cry Out: The Worship Project.” Camp’s sixth studio project debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard Christian chart and No. 15 on Billboard Top 200 (his highest Top 200 debut) as well as No. 1 and No. 2 slots on iTunes® Christian & Gospel chart and No. 16 on iTunes® overall. This Billboard Top 200 debut also marks BEC Recordings highest debut.

The debut radio single, “Jesus Saves,” continues to move up into the Top 10 on the National Christian Audience Chart, AC Indicator, CHR and Inspo as well as the Top 15 at AC Monitored. Camp spent his street week with in-store appearances and visiting radio stations sharing the heart behind his project. Photos and updates from the week can be found here.

Media also praise this project as “a good worship experience for every lover of Christian music” ( Blogcritics.org), having “energy-soaked sincerity that pervades Camp’s work and his live performances” ( GMClife.com), “a truly corporate experience” ( Real Rhapsody), and an “inspiring offering” ( Denver Post).

Reviewers also picked up on the passion behind this personal project: “The heart and humility of Camp that comes through loud and clear that makes this new release a stand out” (GospelMusicUpdate.com), and “Jeremy’s heart for God is evident through the lyrics and passion behind We Cry Out” ( HearitFirst.com).

Camp’s album was also showcased with a 4-star review from ChristianityToday.comin addition to interviews on CNN’s Belief BlogCBNMusicThe Worship CommunityNewReleaseTuesday.com and exclusive videos on HearitFirst.com.  Camp also graces the cover of the September issue of CCM Magazine, which went live yesterday.  Click here to read the story.

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