The Voice finalist and debuting Christian artist Koryn Hawthorne has unveiled the cover for her upcoming debut full-length solo album, Unstoppable, releasing on July 13 on RCA Inspiration. The new project will be available for pre-order on June 15 and features the spirited No. 1 hit anthem "Won't He Do It" as the lead single, which has already topped multiple Gospel, digital and airplay charts.
Unstoppable is hotly anticipated among fans of the 20-year old Hawthorne, who has already received two Stellar Award nominations for her 2017 self-titled EP, Koryn Hawthorne, and she continues to be a beacon of inspiration with her resolute faith and incredible musical talent, which first garnered national attention when she became a finalist on NBC's "The Voice" Season 8 at the age of 17.
In support of her new album, Hawthorne is also planning to hit the road throughout July with the popular concert series the "Summer Lights Tour," headlined by Matthew West and Jeremy Camp and featuring fellow special guests Rend Collective.
Talking about her single, "Won't He Do It," Hawthorne shared a video on Facebook explaining that the song is way past being just any new church slang, but rather a bold declaration of faith, saying, "When you know and believe you serve an almighty God who will always come through for you, no matter the situation, you release a praise like this!" Then, speaking directly to her followers, she urged them to respond with the hashtag #ItsAlreadyDone as a response of faith, believing the Lord for what he has already done.
Click below to listen to the official audio for Koryn Hawthorne's "Won't He Do It (feat. Roshon Fegan)" or click hereto listen on YouTube: