Le'Andria Johnson - The Awakening of Le'Andria Johnson

Le'Andria Johnson - The Awakening of Le'Andria Johnson
Le'Andria Johnson - The Awakening of Le'Andria Johnson

STYLE: Gospel
RATING Not Rated
LABEL: Music World
RRP: £9.99

Product Description
The Awakening of Le’Andria Johnson Deluxe Edition, which features songs with styles that range from traditional/contemporary gospel to R&B, showcases Le’Andria’s unique combination of power, skill and reverence that makes her a popular recording artist and an inspirational performer. New songs on the CD and the EP, The Evolution of Le’Andria Johnson, include, “It’s Gonna Be Alright,” a high energy urban contemporary song, written and produced by Stanley Brown, in which she assures the listener that even when things seem difficult, God is standing by and things are going to be alright; and “He Was There,” a song that reminds us that God is there waiting for us to come to Him, written by Gary Paxton and Andrea Martin, and produced by Stanley Brown. In the soulful “Let It Go,” written and produced by Raphael Saadiq, Taura Stinson and Sara Devine, Le’Andria encourages people to let go of their burdens and let God handle them. She goes back to her traditional gospel roots in “Sooner Or Later,” an uplifting song about God turning your life around, written by Hubert Powell III and produced by Brandon “B.A.M.” Alexander and H. Doobie Powell for Chip Off The Block Productions. “He First Loved Me,” an R&B style song of praise, was written by Le’Andria and her brother, Michael, who is a featured singer on the track. Le’Andria also recorded a full-length version of the popular song, “I Shall Leap,” which she wrote with her other brother, Terrance Johnson. Le’Andria performed this inspirational song after being crowned the winner of Sunday Best. “Overtaken” rounds out the seven new offerings on the deluxe CD and the EP.

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