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Up and Coming female R/B Artist TERRIE RIMSON

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In 2014, Terrie catapulted to center stage releasing her first independent gospel single, “Zion” and was nominated for 4 Rhythm of Gospel Awards. In 2015, she released two more independent gospel singles, “I Was Created” and “Blessin’ Me”. Terrie continued to evolve and independently created and produced an internet Reality DocuSeries, “All About Terrie”, and in 2015 the show won a Gospel Image Award for “Best Gospel Internet Television Show”. In 2017, Terrie decided to cross genres and record R&B Soul music. Her first single due for a summer release is a cover of Evelyn Champagne King’s widely successful 1982 hit, “Love Come Down”with 2017 production by Deryck “DA” Rimson.  Rimson says “It’s not all about singing hymns and devotional songs but, it’s about wisely producing & recording music that can touch the lives and hearts of everyone.

One of the Black Community’s greatest gifts to the world is an astounding list of genres and artists who have changed the way we all listen to music. Therefore, when a black artist crosses genres it should come as no surprise, and R&B Soul Artist, Terrie Rimson plans to make her mark doing just that. Terrie Rimson is no stranger to the spotlight, she has been captivating audiences with her smooth soprano vocals since the age of 5. Born in Oakland, California by age 10 her family moved across the country to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, a city that has produced some music biggest names. In the mid 80’s Terrie married Bishop Derek A. Rimson (Pastor of Kingdom Dominion Cathedral in Philly) making her The First Lady. For several years, Terrie found work as a background singer, singing and performing with Gospel Artists such as Twinkie Clark, Darryl Coley Karen Clark Sheard. 

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