I want to share black artists that have impacted my day-to-day life with you.
I love music. I listen to it when I'm writing books, driving to the store, or preparing lessons for school. Music is a big part of my life, so I decided to share some of the black artists I listen to with you. Through their music these artists have helped me stay levelheaded and encouraged when I grow frustrated or tired. They have reminded me through their lyrics to trust God even when it is hard, and to praise him even when everything seems to go wrong.
You can find my favorite black artists along with their description and a link to their songs and social media accounts right here.
When Koryn Hawthorne sings, it fills your heart.
That might sound like something most singers can do. But it’s not. And therein lies the resonating power of Koryn’s voice and insightful lyrics.
Now the voice and the lyrics, which captivated viewers of NBC’s The Voice and soared to the top of the Gospel charts with the No. 1 single “Won’t He Do It,” are back. I Am, Koryn’s second album for RCA Inspiration, reclaims the energy and purpose of her 2018 debut album Unstoppable.
“I Am is who God called me to be,” Koryn proclaims. “I’m very big on purpose, very big on identity. With my first album I was figuring out who I was as an artist. Now I’m more confident in who I am.”
Follow her on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/Korynhawthorne
A song writer and singer, Tia holds a creative lyrical style and a unique sound. Her main genres are R&B and pop. Her biggest influences are Arianna Grande, Kiana Leday, and her family. She's been in choirs, took music lessons and won awards for her talent. Currently, she is a freshman in college and has recently released an EP called Dream.
Follow her on Instagram: •| Tia Tia 🧡|• (@gold_.queenn) • Instagram photos and videos
With her angelic voice and soulful sound, inspirational singer and songwriter DOE (a.k.a. Dominique Jones) is a refreshing presence in the music industry, today. DOE is a multi-layered artist who is ready to bless the world with her authenticity, incredible talent, and an undeniable musical gift will allow her to have lasting impact on all who hear her sound.
Follow her on Instagram: DOE (@doejonesmusic) • Instagram photos and videos
Formally known as ABIV, Antoine Bradford is poised to set a new standard. He loves Jesus, fried chicken, collard greens, gumbo, Colossians, and the Gospel. Being a Christian doesn't erase his blackness, it saves it.
He's proud and unashamed of the beautiful soul God molded him into from birth. He appreciates his wife like all men are called to do daily and praises of God's promises.
Follow him on Instagram: Antoine Bradford (@antoinebmusic) • Instagram photos and videos
Don't forget to check them out and let me know in the comments which songs you have listened to by these artists. I hope this adds to your playlist of music. Also, let me know some of the black artists you listen to, I would love to check them out.
Thank you for reading.
Love you muchly 🖤
Sources for Biographies:
Koryn Hawthorne: https://korynhawthorne.com/
DOE Jones: http://doejonesmusic.com/about/
Antoine Bradford: https://www.newreleasetoday.com/artistdetail.php?artist_id=5683