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Maurette Brown Clark’s ‘I See Good’ Tops Billboard Gospel Chart (video)

Maurette Brown Clark secures her second #1 song on the Billboard Gospel charts this week with her latest smash single, “I SEE GOOD.” The empowerment fan-favorite song is lifted from her recently released fifth solo project, “HE LOVES ME.” The 8-song project is globally available now, via the Nettie’s Child Music/MNRK Nashville label imprint.

I See Good

In celebration of her chart-topping success, Maurette Brown Clark stopped by the Kelly Clarkson Show to deliver a powerful and uplifting performance of her #1 song, “I SEE GOOD.” Maurette is currently featured in the March/April issue of REVO Magazine.

Talk about a monumental week! Not only my first national daytime television appearance ever [on the Kelly Clarkson show] but doing it the same week that “I See Good” makes it to the top of the Billboard Gospel Singles Chart! So amazing!

A couple of years ago I was contemplating moving away from music, but to have this all happen shows you what God can still do with a “yes”. I’m so grateful! Thanking my team for all their hard work. Let’s keep going! I see good!,” shares Maurette.

Maurette Brown Clark’s voice is one that sneaks up on you. It steals into your soul and, before you know it, you’re feeling everything she’s feeling. Her epistles of hope and encouragement are so indelibly linked to your own story that you can’t shake them, even if you tried. But you don’t want to.

I SEE GOOD.” “I See Good” was written by multiple award winning artist Anthony Brown (Anthony Brown and group therAPy) and produced by Kenneth Shelton for KenHe Music. “I’m an encourager. Just like God encourages us with his Word, his promises, and his love. He sees us whole. He sees us healed. He sees us delivered from sin.

He sets us free from everything that may be holding us down – even if it’s ourselves. So this message is one that everyone can grab a hold of. I am hopeful that it will encourage more than just the Christian community, but people across every spectrum of the world,” mentions Maurette.

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