Grammy® Award-winning Gospel superstar, songwriter and producer Donald Lawrence has created another illuminating song of spiritual reflection with the new release of “Best for Last,” as the second radio single from his #1 20th anniversary album, 20 Year Celebration Volume I: Best for Last (QuietWater Entertainment/Entertainment One Music).
Following his #1 hit single “The Gift” topping Billboard’s Gospel Songs chart, Lawrence has penned and co-produced “Best for Last” in a lively collaboration. Produced by Percy Bady and Donald Lawrence, “Best for Last” brings together Yolanda Adams and the Tri-City Singers, enveloping listeners with brilliant vocals and a lasting message.
Comprising a total of 15 tracks, Lawrence’s Best for Last celebration album has garnered acclaim and become another must-have by fans, debuting at #1 on Billboard’s Gospel Albums Chart upon its release, spending a total of three consecutive weeks at #1.
Marking another stellar production from Lawrence, the creation of the Best for Last album showcases the signature musical and ministry talents that have made him such a driving force and sought-after collaborator in the music industry for the past 20 years.
Following such beloved #1 hits including “The Blessing of Abraham,” “Encourage Yourself,” “Back II Eden,” and now “The Gift,” Lawrence continues to inspire and encourage listeners on Best for Last, providing a fresh discovery of God’s blessings and power on the new single, which marks his first recording with Yolanda Adams, songs such as “There Remaineth a Rest” (feat. the Tri-City Singers), “Just Like the Air” (feat. Tobbi White Darks), and a celebration with live-recorded new versions of hits like “Mighty God” (feat. Coko), “Ultimate Relationship” (feat. Lalah Hathaway), “Say a Prayer for Me” (feat. Faith Evans), and more.
Recently wrapping a fall tour in serving his sixth year as a host for Verizon’s How Sweet The Sound™ nationwide choir search, Lawrence and the messages on Best for Last continue to uplift and deliver an impactful journey of faith, empowerment, and reverence, from one of Gospel’s most prolific artists.