Since being season two winner of BET’s Sunday Best Y’anna Crawley has been on the go with her debut album entitled The Promise, Stellar Award Winner for New Artist of The Year, writing for R&B artists like Angie Stone and starting a non-profit organization for teen girls called The Promise Foundation. (Go ahead, catch your breath here.)
I had to catch up with this Woman of God to find out about her one woman stage play, her new single, We Need You and… Zumba?
I make no apologies for enjoying great music. Most who know me, also know I enjoy everything from rock to Bach… but these days, it has to be Christian Rock to Bach.
That’s why I had Bishop Eric Lloyd, Pastor of Rhema International Church in Warren along with gospel rap artists Brotha Dre and DJ Kid Eazy to stop by. Bishop Lloyd is an innovator that is spreading the word of God in a real way to the young and young-at-heart every week at The Edge Christian “Light” Club.
We talked about The Edge, Christian music and a new CD Release Party that features the many gospel artists who have ministered at the Light Club.
Tyscot Records and Entertainment began in 1976 so that Dr. Leonard Scott (Founder and CEO) could record their church choir, Christ Church Apostolic Radio Choir. Today, Tyscot is the oldest Black-owned Gospel recording label in the nation and label home for the likes of the Rance Allen Group, Anthony Brown & Group TherAPy, Casey J, Lonnie Hunter and more.
Not bad for a company that initially operated from offices of Dr. Scott’s dental practice huh?
What an honor to have Dr. Scott and his wife in the Praise Studio. He was refreshingly humble and fun… check out our interview here: