Contemporary Christian and gospel artist Travis Greene -- a rawly expressive singer and songwriter who incorporates several genres into his sound -- was first driven to express himself through music as a youngster, following the death of his father. He had a brush with his own mortality as a child and was pronounced dead after a fall from the fourth floor of a building in Germany. In addition to developing as a musician, Greene worked as a youth pastor and worship director. His debut, The More, was released in 2007 on his own Greenelight label. Greater strides were made with the 2010 album Stretching Out, released on Pendulum. Two singles from it, "Prove My Love" and "Still Here," hit Billboard's Hot Gospel Songs chart. "Intentional" was released in 2015 as the lead single to Greene's third album, The Hill, his first for RCA Inspiration. Well recieved, it peaked at number one on Billboard's Top Gospel Albums chart and garnered Greene seven awards at the 2017 Stellar Gospel Music Awards. On the heels of those accolades, he returned with his fourth album, Crossover: Live from Music City, featuring the single, "You Waited."