Travis Greene is a rising star in the Gospel genre and his meteoric rise has been reported everywhere from trade magazines like Billboard Magazine and Rolling Stone to lifestyle publications like XXL Magazine, Rolling Out Magazine, JET Magazine, Ebony Magazine, ESSENCE Magazine, Vibe Magazine, TMZ and The New York Times. Recently, Travis received acclaim for his is performance at the 2017 President’s Inaugural Ball – along with his message of unity, love and bringing the light and love of Jesus Christ wherever he goes. Travis has performed at the ESSENCE Festival, Trumpet Awards and BMI Trailblazers, to name a few. And yet there’s still so much more in store for Travis Greene. JET Magazine reports, “In just a short time in the music business, gospel singer Travis Greene has achieved tremendous success. Best known for his hits “Intentional” and “Made A Way,” the Grammy and Stellar Award nominated artist has landed on the top of the Billboard charts. Kirk Franklin even called him one of the artists who are “the future of gospel music.” Pretty impressive.”
Over the course of his short but impactful career, Travis is humbled to have been nominated for: 13 Stellar Gospel Music Awards, 3 Dove Awards, 2 Recording Academy Grammy Awards, 2 Billboard Music Awards and 1 Soul Train Award. In 2016 Travis was named by Billboard Magazine as the 2016 Gospel Airplay Artist of The Year. Also in 2016, his breakout singles Made A Way and Intentional reached #1 alongside The Hill reaching #1 on the album charts. Travis kicks off 2017 with his album The Hill and hit singles Intentional and Made A Way returning to #1 on the Billboard charts – and performances from Johannesburg, South Africa to London, England and everywhere in between.
At the 2017 Stellar Awards, Travis Greene received seven awards: Song of The Year (Made A Way), Male Vocalist of The Year, CD of The Year (The Hill), Contemporary Male Vocalist of The Year, Contemporary CD of The Year (The Hill), Recorded Music Packaging of The Year (Annie Stoll, The Hill) and Praise & Worship CD of The Year (The Hill).
Travis stays grounded by maintaining accountability by his spiritual covering and by being accountable to those he mentors & travels with as he believes it gives him a reason to step-up to the challenges he dishes out. The mission of Travis is not political but is his personal responsibility – to expose this generation to the glory of God. The foundational scripture on which he stands is Romans 8:28. “And we know that in all things God works for the good of those who love him, who have been called according to his purpose.”