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Nearly three years after bursting onto the gospel music scene with her signature hit “Break Every Chain” from her Grace album, Grammy award-winning singer Tasha Cobbs is back with a brand new live album, One Place Live. The worship album features a raw and mature sound, both lyrically and vocally.

Back in May, the gospel music sensation debuted her lead single, “Jesus Saves,” an uplifting worship song that quickly landed at No.1 on Billboard’s Gospel Digital Songs chart. During an interview with The Christian Post, Cobbs explained that the track was inspired in part by her previous battle with depression.

“The song actually just brings me back to that place where Jesus saved me,” said Cobbs, who battled depression on and off for three years. “And I think I talk about that a little, but throughout your life He saves you from different things that you may struggle with.”

The two-time Stellar award-winner added: “He breaks those chains throughout your life and that’s where that [song] came from. I remember when He saved me from depression and rejection in 2007. And every time I minister that song now, it takes me back to that place where I was a minister of the Gospel and struggling and Jesus saved me from that.”

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