For Gospel legend Yolanda Adams, her stirring Elektra debut Mountain High…. Valley Low was an opportunity to bring both her inspirational vision and her wide range of influences to an audience hungry for spiritual fruit.
Gospel music has always been the call of soul. Today’s female gospel singers have changed the sound and flavor for the kingdom. They are hashionable, creative carriers of the Word.
Shirley Caesar reminds that these are all merely vessels. “God uses any kind of vehicle He chooses to draw men unto Him,” What has kept me going is that I try to sing about current events: drugs, black on black crime, a lot of hurting women who have been abused, young girls who have had children out of wedlock. I want to let them know about Jesus so that they might just get up and straighten out their lives.
Erica Campbell “Gospel music is spreading the word and the news of the Lord. It may sound a little different, but it’s the message that’s true.”
Amber Bullock “I use the gift I have to bring other closer to him. I know it’s a gift and I am oh so blessed for the opportunity that I have.