As we near the street date for TobyMac’s upcoming album TONIGHT, (Feb. 9/Forefront Records), iTunes® has teamed up with the GRAMMY Award ® winner and 2010 nominee, and is offering an exclusive opportunity to purchase and download a new single every week leading up to the release of TONIGHT.


This week the single is “Get Back Up,” and due to the devastation in Haiti, TobyMac has decided to donate 100% of his artist royalties from first week sales to relief efforts.   Proceeds will be divided up amongst the Hands and Feet Organization, Restore Haiti, and Compassion International.

“The world is responding in a beautiful way to this tragedy haitians are experiencing,” he says.  “If I am going to create art that speaks of compassion than I must live that out.  I wanted my new release “Get Back Up” to benefit Haiti in their tragedy and I am blessed to use my music to help as your purchase becomes our gift. ”

To purchase the single go to: http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/get-back-up-single/id349759576

For information on the relief efforts and these organizations, visit:
http://www.compassion.com/contribution/giving/disasterrelief.htm?referer=105910
http://www.restorehaiti.com
http://www.handsandfeetproject.org

With all three of TobyMac’s solo projects receiving GRAMMY® nominations, and his live CD/DVD taking home a GRAMMY® award, the much-celebrated and acclaimed artist is now celebrating his fifth consecutive GRAMMY® nomination with his new single, “City On Our Knees” receiving a nod for Best Gospel song.  The track will be included on TobyMac’s February 9th release, “TONIGHT,” and has topped the sales and radio charts faster than any of his previous singles, spending  8 weeks at #1 on the Christian Audience Chart.

Each of TobyMac’s studio releases,  “Momentum” (2001),”Welcome to Diverse City” (2004), and “Portable Sounds (2007),”  were awarded RIAA Gold Certification, with “Portable Sounds” making his highest solo debut ever on the Billboard Top 200 chart (No. 10), and hitting No. 1 on SoundScan’s Contemporary Christian Overall chart in its first week with over 50k in sales. Along with sold out tour dates, back-to-back radio hits, being named the GMA Dove Award’s 2008 Artist of the Year, and R&R’s Christian CHR Artist of the Year in 2007, TobyMac was nominated for a 2007 American Music Award as Favorite Inspirational Artist.   His song “Ignition” was also chosen to play during the 2009 Superbowl as The Arizona Cardinals entered the stadium in Tampa, FL.   For more information on TobyMac, go to: http://www.tobymac.com

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