15th Allstate Gospel Superfest live in Chicago; hosted by Wendy Raquel Robinson
The biggest names in gospel music sing praises at the gospel concert series, Allstate’s Gospel SuperFest in Chicago March 22nd. The event was hosted by BET The Game very own Wendy Raquel Robinson.
Allstate was the sponsor of Gospel SuperFest – a series of televised gospel concerts sure to uplift people with its message of faith and hope. Gospel singers and musicians came out to compete for the title of the best at the Allstate® Gospel SuperFest. It featured some of the nation’s top gospel and urban recording artists. There were performances from Micah Stampley, Ricky Dillard & New G, Malcolm Williams & Great Faith, Dexter Walker & Zion Movement, Grammy award winner Tye Tribbett, Angel Taylor, Jessica Reedy, Sheri Jones-Moffett, Lamar Campbell & Spirit of Praise, Lonnie Hunter & Voices of St. Mark, Award winning former member of Destiny’s Child Michelle Williams, Lexi, James Fortune & FIYA, BRL Chicago, Chicago Mass Choir, Joshua’s Troop, Bishop Larry Trotter & Sweet Holy Spirit, Ben Tankard, Desmond Pringle and others.
Erica and Tina Campbell, of the multi-award winning dynamic Gospel music duo Mary Mary, were honored with the Lifetime Achievement Award for their commitment of producing inspiring urban Gospel music since their debut album “Thankful” was released in 2000. The duo performed their hits “Go Get It” and “God In Me”. Erica took the crowd up into a frenzy singing her new single “A Little More Jesus” from her first solo project, “Help“, due to release on March 25. (Examiner.com)
We asked Michelle Williams when we could expect another album or single and she responded saying “so excited for what’s to come…my next single is exciting!” However she explained that it was too early to give further details but to definitely be on the look out for her next project! We also asked Michelle to give us her advice to young women and she said “I guess it’s a natural thing when you’re growing up and you feel like you don’t have to listen to anybody but listen to whoever you live with and who ever takes care of you because there was a time when I had to go back to my mom and be like, mom you were right…Mom is always going to be right…As far as young artists are concerned, stay consistent! There are going to be times where you hear a lot of no’s then you might here one yes, but you have to keep that same spirit!”