Roszina Williams, I am gospel singer/songwriter, Born and raised by my grandparents in Woodworth, Louisiana until the age of 7. My mom Betty Johnson brought me and my brothers to live in Houston, Texas where I still reside today. At the age of 9, Me and my family joined a church named First Missionary Baptist Church Houston, Texas where I joined the children’s choir and also sang in the choir at my elementary school, John R. Harris until graduating. I then enrolled into Deady Middle School where joined the choir, played the violin and viola in the school orchestra, played volleyball, and ran on the track team. After graduating from middle school, My family moved to the South Park area 0f Houston where I enrolled into Jesse H. Jones High School, where I joined the Golden Voices Choir under the direction of Mr. Joseph Addison, and was also the female vocalist for the stage band under the direction of Mr. Thomas. I ran track and played volleyball where I was awarded one of the Most Valuable Player. Because of the move to a new side of town, my church membership also changed to Greater Ebenezer Baptist Church under the leadership of the late, Pastor Albert McDaniel and now under new leadership of his son, Pastor Christopher McDaniel, and First Lady Lisa McDaniel. where I joined the choir and have been there since the age of 12yrs old and is still my present church home. In 2011 to the beginning of 2013, I joined and started singing with a group called Unrestricted Praise and at the same time started singing with Rev. Lawrence K. Thomas and The Voices of Faith Community Choir, where I was offered to record my original song (Keep My Trust In You) on Rev. Thomas cd which sold many copies and is still available in all online digital stores today. In 2018 I entered and participated in the “I Can Sang Gospel Talent Search” presented by WD Promotions/Productions, (CEO’S)- Apostle Lester & Hannah Cormier. After the Talent Search was over, I signed with WD Promotions/Productions who has groomed me into becoming a gospel recording artist, I recorded my first gospel single “You Been Good” written by Quinton Samuels (Mizta Que)- Produced by Davion Botts of (Bottzworld Studios) “You Been Good” Debuted on September 13, 2019. I was interviewed on many Radio and TV stations soon after. In July of 2020, I became an Independent Gospel Recording Artist, I recorded two new singles “Mama You Were There” originally written by myself back in 2012 and “He Won’t Put More On You” written by Cephas Riggins of (Preacha Boi Records) who is also a Recording Artist/Producer in Houston, Texas, Both songs were produced by Davion Botts, My song (Mama You Were There) I actually had a chance to sang it for my mother before it was recorded, to show appreciation for everything she did to raise me and my brother’s. In 2013 I received news of her stage 4 terminal cancer which the doctor informed me that she only had 6 months to live but she died after two months. I sang this song to my mother before she went to her resting place to be with God. Now waiting for the world to hear the lyrics from my heart to my mom.

Andrea René Williams has loved music since she can remember. Since her love affair with music began, she’s had the opportunity to learn from Richard Smallwood, glean from Byron Cage, sit under Earnest Pugh, sing in front of Yolanda Adams, receive tips on singing from Tramaine Hawkins and lend her voice as a background singer to Kirk Franklin. Music, specifically Gospel music, is her calling. She often says that God had to create music before he created her.

The daughter of Yvonne G. Williams and the late Rev. Dr. John T. Williams, she has singers, pastors, preachers, evangelists, deacons and Sunday School teachers in her family. It was her grandmother who noticed the musical talent within her when at the age of four, she sat on her grandmother’s knee singing “Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star”. Recognizing her granddaughter’s musical gift, she purchased a piano for her.

At the age of seven, Andrea began piano lessons studying the classical greats including Bach, Brahms and Beethoven. She took private lessons for 10 years. While in junior high school and high school, she was a member of chorus and participated in plays, concerts and musicals. As a member of the final graduating class of Robert E. Peary High School in Rockville, MD, she was honored to sing a solo “Out Here On My Own” from the movie Fame. She even garnered TV coverage.

She joined the Young Adult Fellowship Ensemble of Metropolitan Baptist Church in Washington, DC, under the leadership of David E. Warr and accompanist and Gospel legend Richard Smallwood in 1988. She was a lead vocalist of the choir and a soloist for many Hymns of Preparation at the church, some of which were accompanied by Smallwood. Later after joining Ebenezer AME Church in Fort Washington, MD, in 1999, she was blessed to sit under choir directors and Gospel greats Byron Cage, Earnest Pugh and Ricky Dillard. As a member of the Praise Company, the Youth Adult Praise Team, the Rejoice Choir, the Chancel Choir and The Levitical Voices of Ebenezer, also known as the Levites, she has been called upon to lead several songs. As a member of praise teams, she has sung background vocals for artists such as Kirk Franklin and Jeff Majors. In addition to singing at her church, she has been called upon to sing for many weddings, anniversaries, funerals and church events. In 2018 and 2019, she sang “God Bless America” at several baseball games for the Southern Maryland Blue Crabs. She has sung “The National Anthem” for the Washington Wizards (NBA) at Capital One Arena and for the Washington Mystics (WNBA) and Capital City Go-Go (NBA G League) at the Entertainment & Sports Arena, also in DC. In addition, she is a member of the renowned ensemble, Patrick Lundy & The Ministers of Music.

Fore more information please visit: www.andrearenewilliams.com

February Hill was born and raised in Atlanta Georgia. Singing since the age of 3, she had the opportunity to participate in several chorus groups, ensembles, praise and worship teams, talent shows, and community events. Having a very colorful childhood, Mrs. Hill wrote about her experiences and put them to music. Although she has had very intimate conversations with God since a very young age, her music did not reflect that until she was a young adult. Here she was able to move past singing about her feelings to singing about the goodness of God.

Her motto is to practice the way you plan to perform. “In every area of life you should give it your all. Be passionate about what you’re about.” The mother of two beautiful young adults, Genesis and Corey Brown, Hill’s greatest challenge and joy has been to coach her children to respond to God’s instruction; and her best coaching strategy has been to lead by example. Minister Hill has several gifts. Some gifts are singing, teaching, and ministering for God’s kingdom. Although she does not yield to the way she is being led every single time, she always has an experience that she is willing to share that just might bring someone to Salvation or bring someone to hope.

She teamed with Jehovah Jamz Records to teach and minister through song, but most of all, she teaches through her lifestyle. Jehovah Jamz Records released their compilation entitled “Revelation, Rhythm, and Rhyme” where she participated to record the songs “He’s So Good” and “God is Love.” Currently collaborating with Jehovah Jamz Records, they have released her first two singles entitled “I Love Your Presence” and “God You Make Me Wanna.” Her debut album will be released in 2021.

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She is a powerhouse vocalist and one of few ‘new school’ class of female vocalists who can capture the definitive essence of traditional gospel and “church” music at its best.  As soon as a single note is dropped from her mic, you know you are in for a musical experience in its most dynamic and pristine form.  MONICA LISA STEVENSON is that vocalist who provides a commanding presentation and a life impacting spiritual encounter through every song she sings. 

Monica Lisa was born into a talented family of singers. The eldest of six children, she and her siblings were raised in Wetumpka, Alabama, where they were inspired, encouraged, and trained by their parents, the late George Bowen and Pearlie Ellis. She began to minister in song and organized Lisa Stevenson & Company in 1997 shortly after becoming a licensed minister of the gospel.

Her true joy is just to be able to sing before audiences, but Monica Lisa has a litany of achievements and experiences that have contributed to her thriving and passion-filled music ministry.

Monica Lisa has delivered two highly acclaimed and award winning projects.  Her freshman album FINALLY…IN GOD’S TIME (2009) earned her two Stellar Award Nominations for Best New Artist and Traditional Female Vocalist of the Year.  Her next album LIVE IN ATLANTA (2013) garnered the songstress the 2014 Gospel Blue Mic Award for Artist Of The Year and a 2015 Stellar Award Nomination.  Monica Lisa has also captured two Atlanta Gospel Choice Awards for Best Female Artist in 2008 and Song of the Year in 2009.

Monica Lisa’s numerous national appearances include BET’s Dr. Bobby Jones Gospel, Atlanta Live TV, Babbie’s House TV, The Sweet Auburn Festival, The Rhythm of Gospel Awards, The Gospel Heritage Praise and Worship Conference and The Full Gospel Baptist Church Fellowship International Conferences. She was also cast for an appearance in the Tyler Perry movie Madea’s Big Happy Family and TV series The Have and The Have Nots.  Her touring territory expanded to international status when the singer toured throughout Switzerland and Italy in 2011.

Her hard working drive and stamina has enabled her to sing with gospel greats –  the legendary Caravans, Pastor Shirley Caesar, Kathy Taylor, Bishop Paul Morton, Jason Crabb, Erica Campbell, The Williams Brothers, Pastor Marvin Sapp, J Moss, Tasha Cobbs and Pastor William Murphy.  An esteemed milestone for Monica Lisa was to record “Lord Keep Me” (Day by Day), made a classic by the legendary Caravan’s founder the late Dr. Albertina Walker and to minister the song at the celebrated gospel queen’s home going service. 

Dr. Erika Hendrix is a native of Greensboro, NC. Dr. Hendrix earned her Bachelor of Science from North Carolina Agricultural & Technical State University in 1995; she earned her Master of Divinity from Hood Theological Seminary in 2003; and Interdenominational Theological Center (ITC) in Atlanta, GA 2011. God has given Dr. Hendrix a platform to influence leaders and well-sought preacher. Dr. Hendrix has been featured in the HUAMI Magazine. Dr. Erika Hendrix released her first book in 2019 entitled, Open Letter to the Black Church, “Reclaiming Our Time.”

Visit her website: ehendrixministries.com 

Born on the south side of Chicago, Tiffany Lanae (pronounced La Nae’) is the 5th of 9 children who all possess musical gifts. As the daughter of a pastor, Tiffany enjoyed singing at her home church, House of Prayer Temple Church of God in Christ, and even started an a cappella gospel group at her high school, Morgan Park H.S., called AFRICAA Ensemble. 
Tiffany relocated to Washington, DC where she continued her love of singing through many choirs and local gospel groups, including the New Bethel COGIC Choirs, Urban Nation and the Howard University Community Choir. From there, Tiffany continued to serve for over 5 years and grew to become the Music Ministry Team Leader at Victory Christian Ministries International in Washington, DC, which included mentoring other worship leaders and coordinating music for annual conferences and the drama ministry. Currently, she is an ordained Evangelist and serves as the Worship Leader at New Wineskins Covenant Assembly in Annandale, VA. She is also the Music Director for the multi award-winning gospel stage play, TORN. Additionally, she ministers at various churches and events across the country, sharing the gift of song through prophetic worship. In August 2019, Tiffany released her highly anticipated debut single “We Want More”, which is currently ranked at the top of independent gospel charts, and in rotation on global radio stations. Her newest single, “Every Knee” , was released in May 2020 and is available on all digital outlets. Tiffany has garnered 3 nominations for gospel music, including 2020 Finalist for Gospel Choice Music Awards Female Artist/Vocalist of the Year and 2020 Independent Gospel Artist Association’s Christian Contemporary Artist of the Year.
Since June 2017, she felt an overwhelming burden to reach the lost and win souls for Christ. As a result, she founded The Village, an evangelistic and missions-driven music ministry that serves as a bridge between the unchurched and the local church to reach souls for the Kingdom of God through music. In October 2019, The Village established itself as a 501 c3 non-profit organization, with plans to expand into new areas of arts outreach. In January 2020, The Village received a Community Service Award from The Widow’s Pantry Inc. for their faithful ministry to the homeless population in Washington, DC. Tiffany is also a domestic violence survivor and advocate, who was recognized by JADE Ministries as a 2019 Woman of Purpose for her work in encouraging and empowering women.
Tiffany is an alumna of Howard University, and recently completed the Executive Leadership Programme at the University of Oxford. She currently resides in the District of Columbia and is the proud mother of an extraordinary 12-year son named Dymen.

For more information please visit : www.tiffanylanae.org.

LaDonna is a 2019 Female Gospel Alabama music award winner. She began writing music in 2000 when she moved to Detroit Michigan from Huntsville, AL to express her feelings at that time. Through the years she has critiqued and honed her craft. In 2006 she began recording her own music, Establishing her voice and her style. In 2009 LaDonna was selected to represent Alabama State University in the 105 Voices of History to perform at the Kennedy Center in Washington DC and later 2012 at the Grand Old Opry. She sang behind talents such as: Take 6, Tremaine Hawkins, Shirley Caesar and Wynona Judd. Through these experiences she found her calling to sing music that had a positive message. She began singing professionally in 2012 When she joined the band “Something Special” She sang behind blues artist Stephanie Pickett as the “Style Band” and toured with saxophone artist Vanyell and group H2O traveling across Alabama and shining.

In 2015 she began singing and touring as a duo with Gospel artist Jennifer Lee. She’s auditioned and made it to the top 10 in Alabama for The T.V. show X Factor. She has been featured in an article titled, “Music We Can Trust”. She later sang with Rayshun Walker and the Alabama movement choir. She also does voice over acting for audio book narration for Amazon audible, and doing credit repair a recent project she has started working on. She is also currently working on her new music project and is eager to continue walking the path that God has placed in front of her.

Derrell Dukes is a gospel singer and minister of music from Greensboro, NC. Surrounded by music since childhood, this singer/vocalist, contemporary blend songwriter, producer, and composer has a deep appreciation for harmonic Foundation such as Gospel, or R&B, and Jazz. Derrell formally introduced himself to the gospel nation in 2007 when he was appointed the opportunity to sing weed on the single it’s all good from the freshmen CD, It’s All Good by artist Todd Curry & Focus. In July 2014, Derrell debated his first single, You’re Always There, as a solo artist. Derrell’s 2015 Rhythm of Gospel Award nominations for Contemporary Male Vocalist of the year and Alternative Christian song of the year for You’re Always There are the latest of long-term accomplishments. His second single, recently released entitled I’m Moving, is currently available on All Digital Outlet as well as on radio stations around the country.

JR Reynolds is a multi-award winning playwright, author, minister of music, and founder of Eagle Vision Productions. The gospel singer, born in Raleigh, North Carolina, reared by devoted parents and his top supporters was introduced to Gospel music at an early age. Rooted in the C.O.G.I.C. church, he began to show his passion for music and bless congregations of over a hundred worshippers. His gifts and talents flourished and expanded into other ministries of Kingdom entertainment such as writing, producing, directing, and more.

Moving to Atlanta as a youth, only fueled the hunger to further develop his anointed crafts in the music and arts ministry. JR Reynolds has blessed many stages: Roxanne Smith-Muggin’s Musical “Once on This Island”; Lee Franklin’s stage play “The Refiners”; Calvin Mitchell’s “Can You Keep a Secret”; Teresa Jordan’s “When a Man Loves a Woman”. JR has operated behind the stage and assisted with multiple productions. With his own hands, he has even built stages for his own plays such as “Love Is All It Takes” (I & II) and, the most recent, “God’s Plan”.

The original signature song for “God’s Plan” has been composed into the hottest gospel worship EP that’s about to usher the world into praise. “God’s Plan” the single will be available globally September 29, 2020. Just like JR’s single “ATL Pray”, this song will be timeless and have a universal message that everyone can relate and pull inspiration. All in “God’s Plan”. Find JR Reynolds on all social media platforms as @mreaglevision2020jr and prepare for your new favorite worship song.

THE STORY BEHIND THE MUSIC

Nicoshia Wynn is a singer, songwriter, and speaker who loves to encourage others through leading worship and her unwavering faith in Christ. Nicoshia was inspired to write her new single after her youngest son was born a day shy of 25 weeks, weighing 1 pound and 14 ounces (he was about the size of a half sheet of paper). Her son was in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at the University of Minnesota Masonic Children’s Hospital for more than 100 days, during which he was on a ventilator for 8 weeks (touch and go), had heart surgery, approximately 3 -5 infections (pneumonia and e-coli) and was diagnosed with a lung disease called Bronchopulmnary Dysplasia (BPD).

This experience activated her faith and trust in God. After four long months of Nicoshia’s son being in the NICU, he was discharged from the hospital two weeks prior to Christmas and was called the “miracle baby” by doctors because he beat all of the statistics and odds of being severely premature.

As Nicoshia reflected on this experience and others, she knew that her and her husband’s strength during difficult times was only because of God’s holiness, awesomeness, and their faith! She also knew that no matter what the circumstance was and as painful as it was to see her son in this circumstance, she knew that God still deserved his praise and their worship.

Her new single reflects the essence of God’s goodness and His faithfulness. She hopes that this song will encourage and inspire others to never let their circumstance outrun their worship and love for God.

Nicoshia is the founder of Relentless Academy, a non-profit for youth, arts, and education whose mission is to prepare youth for academic success and resources to build generational wealth for the future. Nicoshia is married and has three beautiful children. She is from Milwaukee, WI, resides in the Twin Cities and is a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.

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