Local music artist to release new single at national gospel convention

MIDLAND, Texas (KMID/KPEJ) – Midlander Sue Roseberry drops her new single “He’s a Great God” at the 55th Annual Gospel Music Workshop of America (GMWA) Convention in Atlanta, GA. The single is officially released on July 27 on multiple streaming platforms and is currently available for pre-order.

In a recent press release, the world famous entertainer also known as Mama Sue after appearing on BET’s Sunday Best was a fan favorite of the hit show in Season 4 as a finalist. of the top 5 and voted to return for his All-Star season 8.

Mama Sue is also known in Midland for her storytelling skills.

Mama Sue said in a recent press release, “During the pandemic, there was plenty of time to write and also network virtually with other artists. I got involved with many creatives on the Clubhouse audio app and our communications led to the idea of ​​working together to create music.

Mama Sue kept saying,

“In November 2021, we first met face to face in Louisville, KY (a central location for all participants) and the result is a collection of music – all of which were written by Mama Sue, called “Collaborations “. The single is the first release from the project. Producers are Grammy-nominated Sheridan Shanwi Williams and Quadrius Salters.

Roseberry said she’s proud of her work and the projects she’s done with producers, singers and musicians she’s worked with over the years.

“I believe the single is a statement and an affirmation that despite the challenges we have all faced over the past few years, our faith and focus keeps us going only because ‘He’s a great God.'”

The single is released on July 27, 2022, but is now available for pre-order on the iTunes Store and other digital platforms.

The GMWA is an annual convention founded by the late Reverend James Cleveland, where national performers, recording artists, new and aspiring songwriters, educators, liturgical dancers, young and old, pastors and others help each other and meet needs and needs. directions within the African-American religious experience.

GMWA opened its doors to welcome and receive people of different colors, influences and cultures. More than 20,000 delegates gather in the selected city for an environment focused on teaching, learning and performance.