Big Daddy Weave Releases Music Video For Current Single "Overwhelmed" In Partnership With World Vision

Big Daddy Weave announces the release of the music video for their current single “Overwhelmed.” Filmed on a trip to Tanzania with World Vision, the video captures the stunning landscapes of Africa and the children whose lives are impacted through the Christian organization. The video includes images of Big Daddy Weave members meeting the children they personally sponsor through World Vision for the first time, as well as documenting the recording in a World Vision school of the Maasai children’s choir heard on “Overwhelmed.” “Overwhelmed” is the fourth radio single from Big Daddy Weave’s latest album, Love Come To Life: The Redeemed Edition, an album containing three consecutive Billboard Christian AC No. 1 radio hits – “Love Come To Life,” “Redeemed,” and “The Only Name (Yours Will Be)” – a career first for the band.

“World Vision gave us an opportunity that opened our eyes,” says Big Daddy Weave lead singer Mike Weaver. “It impacted us in a way in which we’ll never be the same. We made a promise to the little boy in this video that we would tell this story to everybody we could. This video helps us do that in a beautiful and powerful way, and visually shares the overwhelming presence of God that we sing about in “Overwhelmed.”

“World Vision is honored to be partnering with Big Daddy Weave,” adds Lee Broadwell, World Vision Artist representative for Big Daddy Weave. “This montage of our trip to Tanzania is a refreshing reminder of God's unbound creative beauty and a wonderful time with friends! In a spirit of humility, Big Daddy Weave has helped to change the lives of over 10,000 faces like the ones in this video. World Vision is truly thankful for their dedication to children in need around the world.”

Big Daddy Weave has also posted a “making of the video” video at www.bigdaddyweave.com/overwhelmed. Members of Big Daddy Weave are shown in the moments that impacted them most as they tell the story of their journey through Tanzania.

Dove Award-winning band Big Daddy Weave, one of Christian music’s mainstays, is currently enjoying its career best-selling album, Love Come To Life, an album boasting three consecutive number one radio singles: “Love Come To Life,” “Redeemed,” and “The Only Name (Yours Will Be).” In 2013, Big Daddy Weave’s monster hit song and career best-selling track, “Redeemed,” spent 11 weeks at No. 1, and took home the prestigious trophy for “Song of the Year” at the first-ever K-LOVE Fan Awards, while receiving nominations for “Christian Song of the Year” at the 2013 Billboard Music Awards, and “Song of the Year” at the 2013 Dove Awards. The first Christian AC-Monitored radio chart of 2013 featured “Redeemed” in the number one position, while the first AC-Monitored chart of 2014 rang in with “The Only Name (Yours Will Be)” in the top spot. In March 2014, Big Daddy Weave was recognized for the second consecutive year with a nomination for K-LOVE Fan Awards’ “Song of the Year” for their No. 1 single “The Only Name (Yours Will Be).” The band, comprised of Mike Weaver, Jay Weaver, Jeremy Redmon, Joe Shirk and Brian Beihl, formed when the original members were attending the University of Mobile. In 2002, Big Daddy Weave stepped into the spotlight with the release of its second album, One and Only, which debuted in SoundScan’s Christian Top 5 and earned them a Dove Award nomination for “New Artist of the Year.” In 2010, Big Daddy Weave took home the Dove Award for “Christmas Album of the Year” for its seventh album, Christ Is Come. The band has also been honored at ASCAP’s Christian Music Awards and is one of the 10 most played artists at Christian radio over the past decade.

Watch the video here: http://www.bigdaddyweave.com/videos/overwhelmed-official-video

World Vision is a Christian humanitarian organization dedicated to working with children, families, and their communities worldwide to reach their full potential by tackling the root causes of poverty and injustice. World Vision serves the world's poor — regardless of religion, race, ethnicity or gender. For more information visit www.worldvision.org.

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