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Jason Nelson’s New Project “Close” Features Old & New Flavor

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After a three year bit of a hiatus…  I say “bit of a hiatus” because this man is always on the goJason Nelson is out with a brand new project called “Close.”


Residue is available everywhere. Click the link to check out the video. #residue

♬ original sound – Pastor Jason Nelson

I asked Jason what it was it like recording “Close” during the pandemic, the background of his first single from the project, “Residue” and some of his favorite songs on the album which features Chrisette Michele, jazz bassist John Patitucci and Cross Worship Music’s, Osby Berry. You’ll also hear hints of some of Pastor Nelson’s favorite artist on his album like, Dawkins & Dawkins, Fred Hammond and Commissioned.

Bishop Jason Nelson pastors, The Tab, in Windsor Mill, Maryland and is married to his beautiful wife Tonya. Together they have two  children, Jaelyn Paris and Jason Christopher. You can find “Close” wherever you stream/purchase your music or click here!

Check Out Our Conversation Here:

Confessions Of A Gospel DJ
Confessions Of A Gospel DJ
Jason Nelson’s New Project “Close” Features Old & New Flavor


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