Gospel recording artist Latice Crawford has received her first Stellar Gospel Music Awards nomination for Contemporary Female Vocalist of the Year.
“I am humbled and honored to receive this nomination,” says Crawford.
Her nominated project, Diary of a Church Girl, debuted at No. 15 on Billboard’s Top Gospel Albums chart.
“Sharing this project has meant so much to me and to know that it has made an impact with my supporters and in the industry is truly encouraging. To God be the Glory!” continued the singer with the powerful and distinctive voice.
Currently her new single “Choose Me” is at gospel radio.
She says it is a song “about our human need and desire to be accepted. We live in a society that focuses so much on pointing out flaws, imperfections, and then using them as the basis for declaring each other as not good enough—not good enough to receive love, a job, and even respect.”
The Bronx, NY native who recently opened up about her battle with social anxiety continued, “God’s acceptance is just the opposite. There are countless stories of God extending His grace to men and women who didn’t quite fit in and then using them to do magnificent things—Moses, Esther, David, Joseph, and Jesus. God doesn’t call the qualified, he qualifies the called.”
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source: EEW Magazine Gospel News