Five-Time Grammy-Award Winner TobyMac To Release
Latest Work EYE ON IT August 28

The multi-platinum selling artist will perform his new single “Me Without You”
on FOX & FRIENDS, August 25

Pre-sale available now on iTunes

Five-Time Grammy-Award winner and multi-platinum selling artist TobyMac will release his fifth solo studio project, EYE ON IT on August 28. To kick-off the release, TobyMac will make his national television debut of the project’s latest single, “Me Without You” on the hit cable morning show, FOX & FRIENDS live on Saturday, August 25. The pre-sale for EYE ON IT is now live at multiple music retailers including iTunesFamily Christian StoresLifeway Christian Stores and Amazon. In support of EYE ON IT, TobyMac will be hosting promotional events in conjunction with key radio stations in select markets.
Along with TobyMac’s first three solo projects, his 2009 release, TONIGHT, was recently certified Gold by the R.I.A.A. Written by TobyMac and David Garcia, “Me Without You” is the first track to be released from the five-time Grammy award winner’s upcoming album. The 12-track project, EYE ON IT, pulls from TobyMac’s personal influences with songs “Made For You” and “Family” as well as a nod to his ascension into music with “Thankful For You.” EYE ON IT features musical guests from reigning New Artist of the Year Jamie Grace (“Favorite Song”), Blanca from Group1Crew (“UnStoppable”) and Lecrae (“Forgiveness”).

“I want my music to depict what I’m going through. I want to write about the things that upset me, move me, hurt me and haunt me. The things that are real,” says TobyMac. “With TONIGHT, I was determined to live more passionately with God. I was laying down the gauntlet. EYE ON IT is a continuation of that. It’s saying, ‘This is the person I want to be and I’m going to keep my eye on it, God willing!’”

This fall, TobyMac is set to headline the Winter Jam West Coast Tour and his own “EYE ON IT” tour with Jamie Grace and Chris August and the “HITS DEEP” tour.  The “HITS DEEP” tour features TobyMac and friends Chris August, Jamie Grace, Group1Crew, Brandon Heath, Mandisa and Britt Nicole as they perform some of their hit songs in an exciting night of music. For more information on his upcoming schedule, visit http://www.tobymac.com/tour/.

Track Listing for EYE ON IT:
1 Me Without You
2 Steal My Show
3 Eye On It
4 Forgiveness (feat. Lecrae)
5 Speak Life
6 UnStoppable (feat. Blanca of Group1Crew)
7 Lose Myself
8 Family
9 Thankful For You
10 Made For Me
11 Mac Daddy (Tru’s Reality)
12 Favorite Song (feat. Jamie Grace)

Deluxe Bonus:
13. Me Without You (Capital Kings Remix)
14. Steal My Show (Jack Shocklee Remix)
15. Lose Myself (Capital Kings Remix)
16. Family (Jamie Moore Remix)
17. LoudNClear Tru (Telemitry Remix)
18. Me Without You (Telemitry Remix)

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