We are excited about Michael Boone’s brand new single entitled “Possible”. The song has a Motown vibe but a strong churchy foundation. Michael showcases his smooth raspy voice throughout this song, and takes us on a rollercoaster ride with his delivery on this song. This song is sure to be timeless and will be played for years to come. 

TeSchara Teel is a true Woman of Worship originally from the state of Connecticut, who now resides in the Jacksonville, Fl. area. TeSchara sings and writes Spiritual music designed to simply allow God to move mightily in the lives of those who hear it. Her desire is to draw her audience closer to God, desiring for a better, deeper relationship with Him. Seek FIRST the Kingdom of God and His righteousness and all things will be added unto you. (Matthew 6:33). “Love Him, Learn Him, Live Him”. TeSchara started singing at the tender young age of 3 in “The Starlight Choir” at her home church East End Baptist Tabernacle Church. From there, God began to cultivate a life of love for Him and music within her. As time went on, God gave her a passion to sing, dance and act for Christ. TeSchara participated in many plays, off Broadway productions, educational videos, commercials, dance recitals, and more. She had the awesome opportunity to sing for the Pope in Italy with her Highschool Chamber Singers Ensemble. TeSchara gave her life to Christ in 2000 while under the leadership of Pastor Johnny Wells and Pastor Joseph McRoy. It was then that she began to write songs divinely imparted into her from The Holy Spirit. TeSchara is so grateful for the amazing opportunities that God has given her. He has allowed her to serve as the Minister of Music under the leadership of Apostle Felicia Stanley, at BeautyforAshes International Ministries. God is placing people in TeSchara’s life to push her further than she could have ever imagined. In October of 2020. TeSchara released her Freshman CD “Prayer Changes Things.” TeSchara’s Ultimate prayer is that there is a life changing blessing in at least one song, one word or one note for each person who hears her music. She truly knows that “Prayer Changes Things.”

Alfreder (Freda) Gardner is a melodious vocalist hailing from New York City by way of Brooklyn and the Bronx.  Although she had some health challenges in her early years, BUT GOD answered her parent’s prayers and she was able to overcome her maladies.  Following the path of her mother, siblings, and aunts, Freda began using her gift of song at the tender age of 5, at The New Frontier Baptist Church – Brooklyn, New York. Her gift led her to the High School of Music and Art (Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School of Music & the Arts) where she honed and augmented her musical talents. The mantra of the city is “if you can make it here, you can make it anywhere;” however, her dreams of grandeur and fame were delayed and detoured. After the loss of her biggest supporter, her earthly father, Freda veered away from the call of her heavenly father vowing to never sing gospel again.  BUT GOD! 

What the devil meant for your bad, God’s grace and mercy will work it out for your good…Freda became what some would say a statistic, a pregnant high school dropout… BUT GOD! Realizing the importance of education, she quickly attained her GED and full-time employment.  The Lord says, I’m with you all the way for it was GOD… who delivered her from an abusive marriage and opened a door for a job opportunity in Washington, D.C.  A praying and discerning aunt encouraged her to attend church and sing to GOD’s glory again. Her gift enabled her to sing on choirs, events and programs. The announcement of working on this project for those close to her was met with an “about time,” response. Freda heeded to her favorite scripture Jeremiah 29:11 – For I know the thoughts that I think toward you, says the Lord, thoughts of peace and not of evil, to give you a future and a hope – “In GOD’s Time.”

Please Visit: www.vocalfreda.com for more information

Asiah Best is an upcoming Gospel artist who was born and raised in the DMV area. Coming from a family of singers, it was natural for Asiah to pick up a microphone and start a praise service at church at the  early age of three. Her passion began there and has not stopped as she was a soloist in school choirs starting in kindergarten and continued throughout her early school years.

She did not realize how special her gift was until she attended her first year at St. Augustine’s University in Raleigh, NC when she was chosen to go with the choir to a competition against other HBCU’s and realized that she was the only Freshman at the competition from any of the universities  – and her gift, once again, stood out amongst the vocalists.

Releasing her first single “Conversation With God” in 2018, which she wrote at the young age of 14, her songwriting has increased as God is preparing a way for her gift to minister to the masses.

Asiah currently resides in Raleigh, NC.

Stevania is a singer and song writer who is originally from Zambia. Her music combines excellent melodies with thoughtful gospel lyrics, inspired by faith, spirituality and her Christian belief. Recently, the artist took to the internet to release brand new studio single named “Life Of Remedy”

Stevania wrote this prophetic touching and heartfelt song as a divine response to the current state of things in the world-namely, the COVID-19 pandemic, which has affected and still affecting many people lives. This powerful track reminds us that although we might be experiencing some unprecedented dark times, there is something greater than ourselves out there. God love is salvation and it brings hope to many people’s souls. If they are willing to accept it and open their hearts. Jesus can be the healer, the cure, the comforter, the best friend that sticks closer than a brother, and even the shoulder to cry on that people in the world need right now! This song is all about that and it seals the deal with some astonishing musical chops too!

Find out more about Stevania and listen to the new single, “Life Of Remedy” which is now available and roaming on music streaming platforms, stores and apps such as Spotify, iTunes, Apple music, Soundcloud, Amazon and elsewhere on the web. For more information please visit: www.mstevania.com

Derronda Williams is a dynamic worshipper who believes in equipping people to see God in themselves, and to know that Jesus is the answer to everything. Growing up in the New York city area, Derronda developed a heart for outreach at a young age. She earned her bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Boston College, and currently works as a high school counselor in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area.
Derronda began writing music in 2014 and released her first single “I Know Who I Am” in 2019. This single is featured on her debut album God First along with her single “Alive in Me”. Derronda served as the songwriter and executive producer on this project.


Derronda has a passion to see people reach their full potential and embrace their God-given purpose. She has served the Lord in numerous ministries as a worship leader, liturgical dancer, has co-led women’s groups, and has been called to lead prayer at church services and national conferences. Within the past few years, Derronda has extensively studied and trained under pastors and apostles to gain a deeper understanding of worship and intercession; she has seen the fruits of this labor in her family and personal life. Currently, Derronda serves in leadership at her local church in the music and arts department and young adult ministries. One key scripture that Derronda seeks to live by is “Trust in the Lord with all of your heart and lean not on your own understanding; in all your ways submit to him, and he will make your paths straight” (Proverbs 3:5-6).

Derronda’s love for Christ drives every decision that she makes, and it is her hope that others get to experience heaven while on earth.  who believes in equipping people to see God in themselves, and to know that Jesus is the answer to everything. Growing up in the New York city area, Derronda developed a heart for outreach at a young age. She earned her bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Boston College, and currently works as a high school counselor in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area.
Derronda began writing music in 2014 and released her first single “I Know Who I Am” in 2019. This single is featured on her debut album God First along with her single “Alive in Me”. Derronda served as the songwriter and executive producer on this project.
Derronda has a passion to see people reach their full potential and embrace their God-given purpose. She has served the Lord in numerous ministries as a worship leader, liturgical dancer, has co-led women’s groups, and has been called to lead prayer at church services and national conferences. Within the past few years, Derronda has extensively studied and trained under pastors and apostles to gain a deeper understanding of worship and intercession; she has seen the fruits of this labor in her family and personal life. Currently, Derronda serves in leadership at her local church in the music and arts department and young adult ministries. One key scripture that Derronda seeks to live by is “Trust in the Lord with all of your heart and lean not on your own understanding; in all your ways submit to him, and he will make your paths straight” (Proverbs 3:5-6).Derronda’s love for Christ drives every decision that she makes, and it is her hope that others get to experience heaven while on earth. 

For more information please visit: www.derrondawilliams.com

Gospel, jazz and classical Psalmist, song stylist, writer, motivational speaker and teacher, Lisa Bellamy has used her gift of song to inspire the young and the old for many years. Pouring her heart and soul into showing others the joy of life through song is something she can trace to childhood.  “My love for singing was embedded in the roots of my family tree and planted in my spirit at the age of nine,” Lisa shares.  “My grandmother, Pauline Gray, kept music as an integral part of our family culture and foundation. And as a little girl, I sat and watched as my mother, aunts and uncles gathered around the piano to sing old spirituals and favorite traditional songs that are still customary in our family today.” As I grew older I joined, as did my other siblings and cousins and it is still a tradition today. 

She says her desire is to write and sing melodies that bring a sweet spirit of praise and worship into your heart, mind and soul – evoking the sense of purpose she felt after tearfully singing her first song in public at Macedonia Baptist Church of Arlington, Virginia as a little girl.  Listen to Lisa sing now and you will hear and feel jazzy overtones and contemporary sounds that fans, gospel artists and entertainment industry executives say is a refreshing style that is sure to move you. Beyond music, Lisa is also touching the hearts of young people through motivational speaking and teaching – another trait evolving from her childhood. “I listened to stories narrated by my grandfather, Samuel Bellamy, aunt Rosetta and aunt Charlotte, who provided detailed descriptions of how “mother”(my great-grandmother) Lottie Bellamy played at one of the town’s local churches (Lomax AME). Music has always been in the center of Lisa’s heart, however, now as a minister and educator, Lisa is ready to share her music with the world. Combining a mixture of family-inspired gospel with depth of spirit, with skills she developed as a certified trainer, Lisa uses visual and vocal offerings to deliver inspirational messages that have motivated young people around the nation.  Ultimately, she says, her goal is to reach into the heart of thousands of young people and women, and show them that all things are possible through Jesus Christ, using her life’s path as an example of God’s grace.

The Arlington, Virginia native began her formal training at the prestigious Duke Ellington School of the Arts in Washington, D.C., where she enriched her gift for song with a classical foundational technique that supported her love for the soulful roots of gospel. At the Shenandoah Conservatory of Music in Winchester, Virginia, Lisa fine tuned her classical vocal skills through opportunities to perform in operas such as, La Boheme, as well as choral concerts in Germany and Switzerland.  Over the years, she has continued her study of classical voice, now as a vocal coach. She infuses classical technique, jazz and gospel into her praise and worship music and enjoys approaching her writing from the all three genres.

Lisa was a finalist on the BET Gospel Diva Search Competition broadcast on the Bobby Jones Gospel Hour, and has traveled to Paris, France on repeated occasions to perform with evangelist Liz McComb from 2000-2003.  “This was a true blessing that changed my life … it was truly humbling to see the beauty of the Lord manifest in the art song and creativity,” she reveals. Singing in one of the most beautiful cathedrals in the South of France, in Lyon, changed my perspective on sharing my music with the world.  “It was a powerful worship and praise experience that was made even more pleasurable because I was performing with Liz McComb and the distinguished composer, producer and vocalist, Edwin Hawkins, whom I learned so much from. Performing in some of the world’s most beautiful concert houses truly provided such richness and appreciation for the world’s view of music.” 

While committed to inspiring others, Lisa says her personal desire is simple and rooted in her lifelong pursuit to be used as a tool in the Lords’ garden through music, and to bring souls to Christ.” 2020 brings Lisa’s long awaited sophomore project, “Wake Up America to the world.” 2020 is a year of perfect vision and God sees and knows all. 

For bookings or for more information please visit:

www.nspyremusicgroupinternational.com

Tanesha The Singing Nurse has been singing since the age of five and as she began to grow so did her voice. The name Singing Nurse came from Tanesha being a singer and a Registered Nurse. As a Gospel artist it was a great to be distinguished. Tanesha has been known to sing on The Dorinda Clark-Cole show, The Word Network, Bobby Jones Gospel and many more. She has opened up for Lashuan Pace and has traveled with Gospel giant, Twinkie Clark (from the Clark Sisters)  and many more. She has also created a jingle on a OWN Network show titled The Six Little Mcghees. 

Tanesha has won many awards.  Best Female Vocalist in Columbus, The Best inspirational Singer In America (Radio One), Best Music Video and more. Tanesha is known for singing to patients and for events, but is also known for her work as a Registered Nurse, Author, Coach and Songwriter. She is a co-author for the book titled Daughter’s of Triumph that is available on Amazon and other platforms. 

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Rico L. Dawson, native of Goldsboro, North Carolina, completed his high school education at Goldsboro High School in 1986. After completing active duty with the United States Army in 1991 he enrolled in Elizabeth City State University where he received his Bachelor of Science degree in Music Industry Studies with a concentration in Music Business Administration in 1995. It was during his military years that Rico’s musical journey began. In 1987, while serving in the U.S. Army, Rico became a member of the amateur R&B group, “Finesse.” At this time, he wrote the single, “To Be With You.” During his college years at ECSU, he performed with the group, “Next Episode.” At this time he wrote “A Lonely Night: and co-wrote, “You’ll Never Find Another Love Like Mine.” The latter was recorded by “Next Episode” for ECSU’s CD compilation project “Check the Resume: Vol. 1.” After the breakup of the group in 1995, he worked as an intern for Intersection Records, an independent record label. While there, he wrote and recorded the demo interlude, “Don’t Look No Further.” When the record company unexpectedly closed, he returned to North Carolina.

Upon returning to the Carolinas, Rico began working with a local producer, Lee Tate. This collaboration birthed the songs “Promises” and “Come Back to Me” in 1997. In October 1998, he participated in a music seminar sponsored by WNAA-FM radio station. In December of that year, he showcased his demo for the Philadelphia Music Conference in Philadelphia, PA. After taking a year away from the music scene, he returned in the spring of 2000 to collaborate on a local compilation CD “Goldsboro 27530.” On that CD he wrote and recorded three songs, “All I Want to Do,” “Do You Wanna Dance,” and “Turn Away.” These three songs were well received on the underground circuit. In 2001, he co-wrote and sang background on the single “Take Our Time” on Richard Ashe’s debut independent CD, “Anticipation.” The single received good feedback in the Durham, NC area. During that time, Rico began to teach music education in the Wayne County Public Schools. He wrote, produced, and arranged numerous original music selections for several schools from 2001 – 2004. n the summer of 2004, Rico gave his life to Christ, thus putting him on a different path, musically. He no longer produced music for man’s glory, but for God’s glory. He began to put together gospel music selections and with God’s help, he produced numerous contemporary gospel music selections. In 2006, Rico wrote and produced his debut contemporary gospel CD, “It’s Time.” Due to lack financial resources Rico was unable to get the project commercially ready. Once again Rico took time away from music to establish a stronger relationship with Christ. During that time of the wilderness, Rico continued to write songs, but he didn’t record anything again until 2008. Rico pursued possibilities of becoming an established songwriter. Although he received some interest, the interest didn’t materialize into any legitimate offers. Once again Rico has written, produced, and recorded several God-inspired songs. Rico’s desire that through his music that the body of Christ is edified, God be glorified, and the un-believer is inspired to repent and turn to the Lord. He is currently working on additional musical selections as well as having served in the capacity of choral director at Rocky Mount High School during 2011-2012 school year. His original composition “Dreams The Impossible Dream” was also performed by the school chorus in the past year’s Christmas concert. He has been working various musical selections of various genres. He currently is a choir director at Charles B. Aycock as well. He is in process of putting the finishing touches on his debut CD titled “Suppose To Be”. The project will consist of ten God-inspired songs that he hopes will inspire God’s people.


Munizzi, one of the most respected female voices in Gospel Music, is set to release her first album in over a decade, and her first single, “Glorious 2.0 (I’m Gonna Win)” will be available everywhere on Friday, February 26, 2021. The explosive Latin Gospel fusion track is reminiscent of Munizzi’s first smash entry on the Gospel Music scene (“Glorious”), with a new twist! The song serves as the lead single from her highly anticipated upcoming LIVE album, “BEST DAYS”, which is slated for release later this year. 

Recorded live at her home church in Orlando, FL, the project is certain to eclipse any other record that the praise and worship artist has done. Munizzi worked with up and coming producer David Outing (Tye Tribbett, Fred Hammond, James Fortune) to produce 10 brand-new tracks for the upcoming album. With songwriting by Munizzi, Outing, and Munizzi’s two daughters, Danielle & Nicole, the artist sees God’s hand all throughout the record. “God brought together the right people at the right time for this project. Not only is the project a snapshot of an incredible night of worship, but I see this project as a platform to introduce these new songs to the body of Christ” says Munizzi.  

“It’s been over a decade since I’ve released an album,” Munizzi says, “and I spent time away from the music industry to spend more time with my family and to plant EpicLife Church in Orlando, FL., where my husband Dan and I Co-Pastor. Once I learned that recording was still part of God’s big plan for me, then I began to take the necessary steps to re-enter the arena.”  Munizzi says, “recording this album has been a watershed moment in my life. Today we all face challenges like we’ve never had before, and faith in the future will help us all through this, and I hope this album will inspire people to have hope. In these uncertain times, it’s the power of music that will get us through this. Some of the best songs in life have brought me through the toughest periods of isolation, and I hope people will be uplifted as I am from this album.”