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Darlene McCoy, singer, songwriter, author, minister, and radio personality is back and reminding us all why we "fell in love" with her ministry when she was introduced to the industry in 2007. With her uniqueness and class she still is incomparable to any artist in this day. Her self-titled CD debuted back in 2007 rewarding her as a Two-Time Dove Nominee Award for Best Urban Album and Best Urban Single. She landed her hit single Fallen in Love on the soundtrack of Tyler Perry’s first hit movie Diary of a Mad Black Woman.
As a leader in her community, she serves as mid-day host on Atlanta's Inspiration Station Praise 102.5 with "The Darlene McCoy Show" which lends even the radio that edgy approach to Christianity and inspiration. She consistently ranks as a trending chart-topper in the market and is gaining attention both nationally and internationally as listeners log on to www.mypraiseatl.com from 10am-3pm EST.
The anticipation for new music from this celebrated vocalist is tremendous. Her new single this year entitled “I Shall Live & Not Die” is none other than a world crossover. “It’s a definite classic hit”, says Jazzy Jordan, Vice President of Verity Gospel Music Group. Darlene’s new single was produced by Tommy Sims and is currently charting in the Top 30 on Billboard. “It’s a song that everyone can relate to just as Marvin Sapp’s “Never Would Have Made It”, says Actress Tasha Smith.
Darlene McCoy……REAL, REVELANT AND RELATABLE
"I haven’t been this excited about working with a new artist in years." -Dallas Austin
”Every now and then God will send us a song that will last for the ages. And I have to say that Darlene McCoy has that song for this day.” Kirk Franklin