Arden, North Carolina (June 18, 2019) — The Kingsmen’s latest album, Victory Shouthas debuted at #1 on Billboard’s Southern Gospel chart. It also sits at #24 on Billboard’s Contemporary Christian Albums chart and #33 on Billboard’s Top Christian/Gospel Albums chart.

“The opportunity of sharing the gospel and seeing lives changed for Christ has always been a privilege I’ve never taken for granted. Add singing with The Kingsmen to that level of joy, but success on the Billboard charts? It certainly goes beyond anything I ever imagined would happen in my life,” says baritone singer Alan Kendall. “To the fans and friends of The Kingsmen, the words ‘thank you’ seem to fall short of expressing our gratitude. We do not take your kindness and support lightly.”

With messages of hope and encouragement told with joyful music, Victory Shout is resonating with fans. The first single and title track, “Victory Shout,” is quickly climbing the radio charts with its jubilant reminder that God will meet our needs in his timing.

Other tracks like “Dear John,” “Prodigal Son,” and “King Of Kings” tell Biblical stories, while songs like “Just Climb” and “You’ll Move Mountains For Me” are reminders to trust in the Lord.

The album closes with “That’s Where You’ll Find Me,” a power ballad featuring lead singer Chris Bryant describing the meeting place at Christ’s throne in Heaven. With these songs of worship and praise, The Kingsmen are continuing their far-reaching ministry and legacy.

“To say we are thrilled would be an understatement,” says tenor singer Chris Jenkins. “We felt a special vibe and magic in the studio as we were recording this album. We felt like these songs were anointed and delivered a life-changing message. Thank you to all who support our music.”

Listen to Victory Shout HERE.