Anita Wilson is counting her blessings. The success of her debut release, Worship Soul, is more than any new artist could hope for. The Donald Lawrence & Co. singer launched out on her own with the EMI Gospel release of Worship Soul last April. The soulful psalmist has now been recognized with music’s highest honor, a GRAMMY Award Nomination. Wilson received a nomination for Worship Soul for Best Gospel Album of the Year. To be televised on CBS, the 55th Annual GRAMMY Awards will be presented live from the Staples Center on Sunday, February 10, 2013.
Anita is ecstatic about the honor. She exclaims,
“I am incredibly grateful that my debut project Worship Soul, has been nominated for a GRAMMY! How humbling to even be considered among such amazing artists who consistently inspire me! All glory to God!!!”
Many are familiar with Anita’s memorable vocals as a member of Donald Lawrence’s Company, specifically on the song, “Happy Being Me” from The Law of Confession CD. Prior to breaking out as a solo artist, her inimitable style put her in high demand as a background singer for gospel greats such as Hezekiah Walker, Marvin Sapp, DeWayne Woods and Vanessa Bell Armstrong.
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