Don’t Miss Patti LaBelle and Deborah Joy Winans Performing Iconic Gospel Hit “CHANGED” on Tonight’s Episode of Greenleaf

Mid-week drama has come in the powerful form of a hit television show calledGREENLEAF.   Airing on the OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network, Greenleafhas captured the attention of a massive television audience and has generated a soundtrack playlist that Gospel music fans keep on repeat.  Lionsgate Music recently released the GREENLEAF SEASON 3 SOUNDTRACK which entered the Billboard Top Gospel Albums chart and features the iconic Gospel song “Changed”. 

Patti LaBelle, Deborah Joy Winans – Changed (Greenleaf Season 3)

“Changed” from the Greenleaf Season 3 Soundtrack. Listen/Stream the Greenleaf Season 3 Soundtrack here: Follow Lionsgate Music!

“Changed” is the classic hit written by the late Walter Hawkins.  This soul-stirring remake is performed by a dynamic duo that consist of Soul music legend Patti LaBelle and Greenleaf star Deborah Joy Winans.  These two powerful voices will be performing their rendition of “Changed” in the November 7 episode airing at 10PM EST on the OWN Network.“It was an honor to sing such a classic song with one of the most transcendent artists of our time,” says Deborah Joy Winans.  “Patti LaBelle is truly a legend and this is an opportunity I will never forget.”

Changed” has also been rapidly climbing the Gospel radio charts and is on the cuff of entering the Top 40.   “The collab between Patti LaBelle and Deborah Joy Winans is FIRE,” says WNAP 1110 AM Radio, Philadelphia.

The “Changed” official music video is available on the Lionsgate YouTube channel, can be streamed on the Greeneleaf Official Spotify and Apple Playlist and is available now on all digital music outlets.  The 10-song collection of classic Gospel favorites and new contemporary songs boasts performances by Gospel and Urban artists including Koryn Hawthorn, Mavis Staples, Voice of Atlanta, Chimere Scott, Keith David and Josiah Bell.


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