in:ciite media is paving the way for Christian music fans to fully experience music in new & unique ways, with the release of its new artist Charmaine, onto Harmonix’s internally renowned Rock Band Network.

Following the release of her album, Love Reality, Charmaine is taking her newest single, “Run” to the Rock Band Network for fans to play on their Playstation, Xbox 360, and Wii. Available now on iTunes, “Run” and other songs from Love Reality have garnered high praise from critics as “beating the superstars of the Billboard pop chart scene at their own game” (Christianity Today) & “First track to last, Love Reality is a soaring sonic rush of gorgeous strings and throbbing techno beats; Whether she’s singing with a breathy edge or rising to dramatic heights, Charmaine remains a compelling presence…” (Official iTunes Review).

“The ability to give exposure to music through the Rock Band Network is a dynamic way for Rock Band enthusiasts to experience new artists and music. Charmaine’s music fits very well with the format and we believe this is the first of many major opportunities for her music,” states in:ciite CEO, Chris Thomason.

The infamous Rock Band game, created by Harmonix, revolutionized the music industry allowing fans to simulate the performance of popular music by using musical instrument game controllers. To date, over 13 million copies of the game have been sold. Harmonix and MTV games recently announced the release of Rock Band 3 which will give access to the 1500 downloadable songs including “Run” from Charmaine.

“Run” is among other greats that can be downloaded via the Rock Band Network store, the web on xbox.com and directly from the menu of Rock Band 2 and Rock Band 3.

Links to the track: “Run”- Charmaine : http://www.rockband.com/music/artists/Charmaine

For more information on Charmaine visit www.charmainemusic.com.

ABOUT IN:CIITE: in:ciite is a growing music and film company where creativity, innovation, impacting technology, and experiences merge. Driven by mission that remains the same; “helping build God’s kingdom by creating remarkable experiences through media products that are culturally and spiritually relevant.” More information at www.inciite.com.

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