Gospel Sensation Koryn Hawthorne delivers a reality check in new track + video “Cut EM OFF”

Inspirational Gospel sensation, 2x-Grammy nominated Koryn Hawthorne returns with a powerful new track + video for “Cut EM Off” ahead of her highly anticipated album, “ON GOD.”

“Cut Em Off” delivers a one-two punch with a message to heed the lessons of not being blinded by the bling, fancy cars, roses, and all the rapping of the so-called good life. The price you’ll have to pay is too high so beware of the wolf in sheep clothing. 

As one fan writes on YouTube writes“It’s spiritual confirmation through music.”

Vocally Hawthorne gives us insightful and thought-provoking lyrics accompanied by her beautiful signature vocals. 

Cinematically, the video gives a 90s vibe with its all too familiar scenario and the elements of life in the fast lane. Hawthorne and the gentlemen make what’s happening so realistic and believable. It’s a reality check for many who find themselves in this same type of situation. Don’t let the reality of the situation slip away, because as Hawthorne sings, “You should’ve been Cut Em Off….Why do I keep forgetting God is all I need?”

Watch Koryn Hawthorne’s “Cut Em Off” below.   Available now for purchase and streaming.

To connect with Koryn Hawthorne, please visit:

Website:https://korynhawthorne.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/korynhawthornemusic/ Instagram & X(Formerly Twitter): @KorynHawthorne

Watch the “Cut Em Off” below.  

About Koryn Hathorne: Having carved a lane of her own, Hawthorne provides a refreshing blend of gospel, pop, hip-hop and R&B. Hawthorne is best known for being a finalist in season 8 of NBC’s reality TV singing competition The Voice, placing fourth place as a member on Pharrell Williams’ team. After finishing in 4th place on The Voice, Hawthorne got signed to RCA Inspiration. Since placing 4th she has been seen as a guest star on WE tv’s Mary Mary, Bounce’s “Saints & Sinners” and OWN’s “GREENLEAF.” Koryn went on to shatter Billboard’s Hot Gospel Songs Chart in 2018 claiming the title of longest reign by a female artist, with her infectious #1 smash hit  “Won’t He Do It” – garnering RIAA-Certified Gold® recognition.