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Music News: DRK 2 LGHT Unveil Official Music Video For ‘Fix My Heart’

CD Porter, Javon Inman, and Rob Mercer are DRK 2 LGHT, one of Gospel music’s hottest rising super-groups. They have a brotherhood that is bonded through their love for God, love for music, and love for life. This exudes from every lyric they write, every chord they play, and every enrapturing performance they present.

Their sophomore single is a sizzling twist on the traditional Gospel format. “Fix My Heart” dishes out a hefty dose of electric guitar, a chorus of fierce background singers, and DRK 2 LGHT’s soulful and fiery vocals to make a standout track that is heating up Gospel radio.

“Fix My Heart is an electrifying work of art! Vocally, these gentlemen give us their hearts with an amazing harmony while making a plea to the Lord,” says Tony D, WAAW Shout 94.7 FM Music Director. “I found the simplicity and complexity of the instrumentation to be sheer genius. I promise it will motivate you and your days will be better for it.”

DRK 2 LGHT teamed up with director Lionel Rawlings of Lionskey Productions to shoot the official music video for “Fix My Heart”. Rawlings captures DRK 2 LGHT’s dynamic performance and chemistry as a group while guiding the viewers through an emotional and gripping storyline.

You can watch and share the “Fix My Heart” Official Music Video on the DRK 2 LGHT YouTube channel.
“Fix My Heart” audio single is available on all digital music platforms and is climbing the BDS and Mediabase Gospel radio charts. The song and group are gaining fans and favor.

“I’ve heard so many wonderful things about this group. Fix My Heart is skyrocketing and I wanted to be a part of it. Congratulations and may God’s favor be upon the three of you,” says The Rose of Gospel, Dorinda Clark Cole.

Sarah Hearn
the authorSarah Hearn
Sarah Hearn is Editor-in-Chief of PositivelyGospel.com, founded in 2011. The site was recently named among Feedspot's Top Gospel and Christian Music Websites.  Sarah is a member of the National Association of Black Journalists and the Gospel Music Association.

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