Javon Inman Releases the “Date-Night Song of 2014”

The wait is finally over! Liberty Music, LLC and HM Management proudly present new music from award-winning recording artist, Javon Inman. Just in time for Valentine’s Day, Inman sets out to inspire relationships with his new single “Beautiful Girl (Date-Night Song),” going for adds and impacting Urban/AC and Gospel radio today. Listen to the song here:

Having already received rave reviews from music industry veterans around the country, “Beautiful Girl (Date-Night Song)” is a much-needed recipe for rekindling romance and provides a welcomed contrast to music that lack answers for relationship issues. The sultry song aims to fill the gap of romantic love songs in Gospel music while also dealing a mighty blow to meaningless music under the guise of love songs blanketing Urban/AC programming today.


Inman supremely celebrates the rare character of virtuous women while painting a beautiful picture of an Ephesians 5:25-29 marriage. Inspired by his wife of twelve years, Inman delivers an intimate lyrical win over Neo Soul melodies, Blues accents, and Gospel undertones. He sings with a passion reminiscent of Frankie Beverly and Marvin Gaye.

Javon Inman is well aware that his awesome supporters are anticipating music liken to his award-winning CD Heart of a Worshiper and some are going to raise an eyebow or two when they hear the song. He maintains, however, that he is and will always be a Gospel singer.  “I had to be obedient to God. This song was birthed during the busyness of my life which was taking a toll on my marriage. God spoke to me and reminded me that I have to continue dating my wife long after the honeymoon. God has a great heart for marriage – He created it! It’s my earnest prayer that this song breathe new life into marriages!” Inman shares passionately.

“Beautiful Girl (Date-Night Song)” is available for your Valentine’s Day playlist on iTunes and all major music download sites. To hear Javon talk about “Beautiful Girl (Date-Night Song)” view his interview here: