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Promise joins Eklectricity with Adam and Belinda

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Promise’s passionate love for music of every kind goes way back to her childhood, but recently her taste and tone for music has changed. Due to her undying love for God and his saving power, she is committed to a new way of life. She is dedicated to use her gifts and talents to preach the gospel and she is doing so through her sancti- fied and holy hip hop music. Unlike her formative years, now her music is a ministry to transform, motivate and inspire young people whose lives have been negatively influenced by the degrading and derogatory music of our culture that turns the mind off, turn the body on, and looses the wild stallions of pas- sion. 2009 proved to be a breakout year for Promise. God has blessed her to minister at Dulles State Prison, Juvenile Detention Centers, Kingdom Business Youth Conference, Crunk for Jesus Christ Youth Conference, Praise In The Park, Creative For The Creator Super Fest, Holy Hip Hop Awards, High Town Church Of God (Alabama), Word Of Life Tabernacle (TN), Bethel Ca- thedral (MS), and Club Unashamed (MS) just to name a few. Promise has received several accolades from peers including “Female Artist” of year 2009 from YGEA Awards and Lady of Zion Award from Inferno Awards. She was also the first female to stand in the freestyle battle at the Holy Hip Hop Awards 2009 and 2010. Another recent ac- complishment was her appearance on WATC TV 57’s “Atlanta Live.” Promise is on the ministerial staff at The Church of Atlanta Lighthouse and is currently studying Leadership and Administration at Beulah Heights University. She is the owner of “Beautiful Melodies” Publishing, and a recording artist, whose first project is titled “Rapid Change” Promise’s philosophy is that She must use all her charisma, energy and skill to empower, educate enhance enlighten and elevate everyone who come in her pathway for the glory and power of God and the betterment of humanity, That’s why she is rightly called “Woman of God”.