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Wednesday 23rd July 2008

Bebo Norman raising interest with "Britney" song from self-titled album

THE NEW album by singer/songwriter Bebo Norman will be a self-titled project co-produced by Norman, Jason Ingram and Rusty Varenkamp on BEC Recordings. Said Norman, "I ended up making a record that I'm really proud of because it is melodically simple in a refreshing way, with space, depth and pop-sensibility that makes it feel current and in line with what inspires me these days musically. I like that we took the core of where I come from as a writer and made it feel new again."

The first single from the project is "Britney". Said the singer, "'Britney' is a song about what our culture says and does to young women these days. It's about the lies we tell them about fame and money and what's beautiful and what will give them life. It's an apology for those lies. But more than that, it's an invitation to the truth about a God who is bigger than the pain this world so often leaves them in." CR

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Posted by Doug Robertson in Australia @ 13:51 on Nov 27 2009

Bebo reaffirms the power we have as humans to love one another regardless of the label "Christian"
Please continue young man.

Posted by Jenna in PA @ 18:04 on Jan 5 2009

Has the song been sent to Britney Spears? I think she should hear it...

Posted by SANDY in WESLACO @ 21:19 on Oct 10 2008

britney is a beautiful song, Glory to God wow very nice and true

Posted by bob in usa @ 12:58 on Sep 19 2008

great song. looks, money, fame... all lies of the world and sadly a dead end road. Jesus is the way, truth and life... real life. keep up the good tunes!

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