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Kierra Sheard: Pay Attention & Look Around … The Lord ‘Is’ Doing A New Thing

I had the opportunity to speak with Kierra Sheard about her new project, 5-years in the making, “Kierra.” We also talked about playing her mother Karen Clark Sheard in the record breaking Lifetime Biopic, “The Clark Sisters: The First Ladies of Gospel” and as a bonus track, her Eleven60 clothing line.

Listen To Kierra Talk About Eleven60 Here:

Off the air, Kierra and I spoke about how the Coronavirus has impacted her family and sadly, her grandmother, Mother Willie Mae Sheard succumbed to the deadly virus on April 19, 2020. At the time of this post, her grandfather is still hospitalized.  We are praying for the entire family.

Check Out Our Conversation Here

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Tasha: Trusting the Process Turned Her “Why Me” into “Why Not Me”

Today I had the opportunity to catch up with Detroit’s own multi-talented, award winning artist, Tasha Page Lockhart. Going by just “Tasha” now, we talked about her new single, “Why Not Me” a song birthed from trusting God’s process – something she has learned well in the last few years.

Tasha said, “We have to stop cursing our process with our words” as the process determines the outcome.

“Why Not Me” is available on all digital platforms beginning Wednesday, February 26th.  Catch up with this dynamic sister on her Instagram: @tasha

Check out our Conversation Here

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Lexi: From Heartbreak to Healing… and Redemption [[Exclusive Interview]]

Today I had an opportunity to chat with artist, TV personality and actress Lexi about her new single, “There is More” and when I tell you there is more to this talented woman is an understatement? Wow!

In “There is More,” Lexi pours her heart out about topics of trust, vulnerability, freedom, and devotion through a lens of practical faith. Written by Lexi, along with Dana Soréy and Deon Kipping, the song was birthed out of feelings of doubt and hopelessness after an illness, the death of her uncle and the end of her very public engagement.

Lexi doesn’t just sing it; she lived through it and with God’s help and a gifted therapist we talked about coming out on the other side and a recent encounter with her ex-fiancé that had me in awe of the power of God! (Source: Motown Gospel and umusic.box.com)

“All I can hope is that someone who has gone through any of what I have gone through will get what I’m saying that God has more for us.  It’s not just a song.” ~Lexi

Grab “There is More” wherever you listen to your music and follow Lexi on Instagram @LexiTelevision

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