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Inpop enjoys prosperous year, prepares for monumental 2015 Print Email
Written by Christian Garvin   
Monday, 23 February 2015 04:09 PM America/New_York

Inpop-Records-logoInpop Records, a Nashville-based entertainment company, is coming off an immensely successful 2014 and is preparing for a monumental lineup for 2015. To kick off the year, Inpop is celebrating the release of Just Kids (Inpop/Aware) on Feb. 24, the highly anticipated album from critically acclaimed singer/songwriter Mat Kearney.

Additionally, Inpop is announcing two new additions to their roster: Pop/hip-hop artist V.Rose and Southern/Pop act Consumed by Fire. Both of these new artists' music will be prominently featured in the upcoming film Four Blood Moons, as well as the soundtrack which Inpop will distribute this summer.

Four Blood Moons (Goose Creek Productions/Inpop) is a theatrical one-night event exploring a rare lunar phenomenon that over the centuries has accompanied both tragedy and triumph for the Jewish people. From Pastor John Hagee’s New York Times best-selling book of the same name, Four Blood Moons is in theaters March 23 and the DVD releases June 23.

“2014 was a great one for us,” says Inpop President Mark Lusk. “We are really proud of the success of God’s Not Dead and the artists involved. We are expanding Inpop in ways we never have before. We are broadening our reach and making our focus on not just delivering great music, but developing brands that will make an impact for years to come.”

Last year, Inpop was awarded three RIAA Gold Certification Awards. The first was for the Shane Harper single, “Hold You Up,” which also claimed the No. 1 spot at Christian radio for multiple weeks. The two other awards were for Newsboys for their “God’s Not Dead (Like A Lion)” single and the God’s Not Dead album. In addition, Inpop released “Let Them See You” from the JJ Weeks Band, which finished 2014 as one of the most-played tracks at Christian Radio.

For more information on Inpop and its roster of artists, please visit