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Cheryl Fortune Creates an Anthem of Hope, Strength & Boldness

Ms. Cheryl Fortune is set to embark on her solo recording career with the release of her Lucius B. Hoskins produced debut single “Fighters.”

Cheryl is widely known throughout the gospel music industry as a former member of GRAMMY-nominated and Stellar Award winning recording group James Fortune & FIYA. As the sound of the ensemble, Cheryl sang backing vocal as well as co-writing and vocal production on projects such as, LIVE THROUGH IT, IDENTITY and TRANSFORMATION.

She’s also contributed backing vocals on other artists’ projects including Kirk Franklin, Shirley Caesar, Isaac Carree and more, as well as a talented songwriter co-writing the Billboard #1 smash hit single “I Trust You,” “Hold On” which features Fred Hammond and R&B singer Monica.

I talked to Cheryl about her new role as solo artist, and what’s on the horizon for this true winner.

Check out our Conversation Here:

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