Five-Time GRAMMY® Winner TobyMac Partners with VEVO for
“EYE ON IT’ Music Video Premiere
Momentum continues to build in the new year for GRAMMY® Award winner TobyMac. The multi-platinum selling artist partners with music video website, VEVO to premiere his music video for “Eye On It” today, January 15, 2013. The premiere is expected to be TobyMac’s largest video release to date and further extends buzz for his synonymously named album, which released to widespread critical acclaim last August. Joining Toby for a special video cameo in “Eye On It” is GRAMMY®-nominated pop starlet Britt Nicole, who was a featured guest vocalist on the track. To view TobyMac’s edgy new music video on VEVO, click here.
In addition to debuting at No. 1 on the overall Billboard Top 200 and iTunes® overall album charts, EYE ON IT was named “Best Christian Gospel Album of the Year” by iTunes and “Top Christian Album of 2012” by Rhapsody. Amazon hailed TobyMac as the “Christian Artist of 2012.” The three music nods are the latest praise for TobyMac’s EYE ON IT, following closely behind the 55th annual GRAMMY® Awards which nominated the album for Best Contemporary Christian Music Album. This marks eight career GRAMMY® nominations for TobyMac. Also adding to 2012’s year successes was Toby’s first career American Music Awards award in the “Favorite Artist – Contemporary/Inspirational” category.
TobyMac is currently headlining the Winter Jam East Coast Tour which runs until the end of March. For more information on his upcoming schedule, visit http://www.tobymac.com/tour/.
About TobyMac:
With over 11 million units in career sales, TobyMac’s career continues on the fast track, with his most recent project, EYE ON IT, garnering him the highest chart debut of his solo career landing at No. 1 on the Billboard Top 200. The album also topped iTunes® Overall and Christian sales charts. TobyMac’s previous four solo projects have received RIAA Gold certification and his live DVD, Alive & Transported, is certified platinum by the RIAA and received a GRAMMY® award. In 2012, the much-celebrated and acclaimed artist celebrated his eighth career GRAMMY® nomination. TobyMac has been nominated twice for an American Music Award, winning his first AMA award in the “Favorite Artist in the Contemporary/Inspirational” category last year. In addition, TobyMac swept the 2013 Australian Music Awards. His 2009 album, Tonight received GRAMMY® nods for “Best Pop/Contemporary Gospel Album” and “Best Contemporary Christian Song.”

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