He adopted the stage name Prodigal Son and dropped his underground debut CD Crossing the Red Sea in 2003. Shortly after, he released his follow-up album My Block. By the time his third album Kingdom Swagga-nomics hit, he had secured a distribution deal with a regional company and charted at the Number 21 spot on Billboard. The following year, he came back with compilation CD Welcome to HOLY-wood, debuting at Number 25.
Even with Billboard charts and Grammy nominations, Prodigal Son has been constantly criticized by the Christian community for his realistic lyrical content. His album Deeper Than Church was nominated for two Grammys for Best Rap Album and Best Rap Song for the albums self-titled lead single.
The Prodigal Son returned back to the gospel hip hop music and the culture while securing a new recording deal under TYSCOT RECORDS/WARNER MUSIC GROUP.
Prodigal Son released of his new E.P. #Grace from his own label, with a follow up album due late 2014 entitled #HOMECOMING.
Independent artist, JeRonelle McGhee, is a true star with excellent stage presence and vocal ability that's reminiscent of classic Soul singers such as Donny Hathaway, John Legend, and Anthony Hamilton.
Today, JeRonelle continues to build the foundation for a successful lifelong career as a national recording artist, songwriter, producer, actor, and all-around entertainer. Currently studying Music at Clark Atlanta University in Atlanta, GA, JeRonelle also performs often on the various college campuses within the AUC. JeRonelle even recently shared the stage with renowned artists Lalah Hathaway & Common.
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