Sada K. Makes 'Long Story Short' With Debut Solo Album

Four years after a devastating knee injury nearly ended her career, former Press Play vocalist Sada K. has re-emerged with her debut solo album, Long Story Short. The album is available now at iTunes, Amazon and wherever digital music is sold.

After touring all over the country with the hit-making Christian pop band, Sada K. was devastated by a serious, career-threatening knee injury in June 2011. She had to face the harsh realities of two knee surgeries, months of physical therapy and the grueling task of having to learn how to walk all over again. She had to deal with the embarrassment of going from living on a tour bus to being pushed around in a wheelchair, being on crutches, using a walker, having a cane and wearing huge braces on her legs so that she could learn how to walk properly again and prevent developing a permanent limp.

Saka K. new album

God moved throughout this entire process and the time off allowed her to draw closer to God than ever before. During her recovery, Sada K. prayed and obeyed God’s instructions to end her season with Press Play and move forward with a solo career.

Sada K. has just released the new single, “Live Love Laugh,” which creatively tells her story. Says Sada K., “I hope the song will encourage people through the life lessons I’ve learned through my ups and downs. Through all that I’ve been through I’ve truly learned that it’s important to take a moment and remember what matters the most and never forget to live life to the fullest, walk in love and find joy in something every day.”

Track Listing:

1. It’s Time
2. Live Love Laugh
3. Dance Through the Fire
4. Make It (See Us Win)
5. Fly
6. Gratitude
7. Take Me Under
8. Strength
9. Fix Me
10. Broken
11. Love
12. All About Love (feat. Jonathan Thulin)
13. Long Story Short
14. Stand Up (feat. Chief Wakil)

Sarah Hearn
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