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Vashawm Mitchell's 'Unstoppable' is not about being 'invincible'

November 10, 2014 (New York, NY) - VaShawn Mitchell's all new album, UNSTOPPABLE, in stores today November 10, 2014. More than a labor of love UNSTOPPABLE is new music and a new movement. VaShawn hopes to encourage all who listen to Be Great and Be Unstoppable.

In support of the release, VaShawn will be making several appearances over the next few weeks. VaShawn will celebrate tomorrow night in his hometown of Chicago with the "The UNSTOPPABLE Experience," at the DuSable Museum.  He will also make stops in New York, Atlanta, Philadelphia, Richmond and Charlotte. Check his website for details.

"Unstoppable is not about being invincible, it's really about understanding who you are in Heaven, who you are on this earth," said Mitchell. "God knows our ending before our beginning and I created the music to tell one big story that I hope empowers people."

The UNSTOPPABLE album offers a universal sound; one that marries contemporary Christian with contemporary Gospel. Immensely rooted in the Word of God, song after song, every message is designed to reinforce the themes of Mitchell's Unstoppable movement. 
Among the highlights is the well crafted current single "God My God," which is right in Mitchell's wheelhouse. It's an expressive, stirring worship track that brings the listener right into the presence of God. The song offers a wonderfully deep understanding of the power of God's name alone. And the centerpiece is certainly the upbeat, singable"Holding On," a joyful and lively complement to the body of work and is perfectly suited for any church on any Sunday morning.