Half Mile Home, a powerhouse contemporary gospel vocal trio with an urban twist releases their new video, “Thinking of Me.” The group’s second single from their current album, Don’t Judge Me, is a heart-warming song that delivers Holy Power in triplicate through the anointed lead and harmony voices of Terence “Buttons” Burton, Darryl “Deaken” Brownlee and Todd Burton. This week, “Thinking of Me” lands in the Top 20 on Billboard’s Gospel Radio chart.
The video, “Thinking of Me” is directed by acclaimed director, Lamont “Liquid” Burrell and filmed in New York City’s urban backdrop. The video features various locations around the city including the historic sites of the Brooklyn Bridge, the landmark Prospect Heights district of Brooklyn, the elegant NU Hotel in downtown Brooklyn and the Manhattan’s Hudson River.
Composed by brothers Terence and Todd with frequent co-writer David “Ready Writa” Felder, “Thinking of Me” is a spine-tingling reminder of God’s grace in our daily lives sung from hearts of eternal gratitude and spirits of sanctified souls. The song opens intimately with piano accompaniment, then blossoms into celestial glory with production elements of synthesizers and rhythm. “Thinking of Me” is the highly-anticipated follow-up to Half Mile Home’s “More Than Enuff,” the first single from Don’t Judge Me, which peaked at No. 11 on Billboard Gospel Singles chart.