GRAMMY-nominated gospel singer Anita Wilson has released the visuals to her latest single “You Love Me (Best of My Love),” and they just may move you to love her. The songstress, who was a part of Donald Lawrence‘s Chicago group for almost a decade, broke out on her own last year when she released her ’70s and ’80s-inspired solo album Vintage Worship on Motown Gospel. Taking a cue from the Emotions‘ 1977 classic “Best of My Love,” Anita adds her gospel take to the single by singing about God. In the video, we watch Anita singing in front of a vintage microphone and then riding around town, visiting her favorite people and locations. Anita has fun in the video, trying on outfits, duplicating herself into her own girl group and later hitting a family cookout. “I’m not ashamed to tell the world that you keep blessing me / Beyond all my wildest dreams and you constantly show me that you love me,” she sings.
Anita isn’t ashamed at all to sing about her love for God, and she’s not afraid to show off her vocals in the process. What we love about Wilson is that she’s not shoving her religion down anyone’s throat, effortlessly mixing classic and contemporary gospel. If you’re looking to step out of the gospel norm you can purchase Anita’s Vintage Worship over on iTunes. Before then, watch the visuals for “You Love Me (Best of My Love)” on her website or Vimeo and let us know if Anita secures a spot in your heart and playlists.