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They may have a Grammy nomination and Stellar Award on their resume, but it took four albums for 21:O3 to be fully confident in the music they are releasing to the world.

What started as a trio of teenagers singing about the Lord for their generation has evolved into a duo of young men cementing their place in the gospel music industry. Evin Martin, 30, and Torrence Greene, 27, are pushing boundaries with unique sounds on their latest album,Outsiders, that feels different than anything they have released in the past.

“Before there was always a little trepidation because we were looking for the saints to accept us. Like, ‘please like us and what we have,’” Evin admitted to The Christian Post. “Now we’re just comfortable being outsiders. This is our sound, we don’t sound like anybody else, and we’re ok with that.”

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21:O3 Exclusive: Group Talks Departure of Group Member, Newfound Confidence, Being ‘Outsiders’  was originally published on