Congratulations are in order for Tasha Cobbs Leonard as she proudly clinches two nominations for the 2024 GRAMMY Awards. The nods are in the categories of Best Gospel Album for her riveting release, “Hymns (Live),” and Best Contemporary Christian Music Performance/Song for the powerful collaboration with Lecrae on “Your Power.” This marks Leonard’s seventh Grammy nomination, a testament to her enduring impact on the gospel scene and Billboard’s recognition as the Top Gospel Artist of the Decade. Previously, she secured a Grammy win for Best Gospel/Contemporary Christian Music Performance with the chart-topping single “Break Every Chain.”
Expressing gratitude for the nominations, Tasha Cobbs Leonard humbly acknowledges the honor, emphasizing the ongoing impact of her music in connecting people with God. “It is always an honor to be recognized by my peers in this way,” she shares.
Captured in the mesmerizing ambiance of The Greenwood Oasis on the campus of New Life Southeast in Chicago, “Hymns (Live)” is a grand reinterpretation of classic hymns, resonating with themes of love and grace. The live recording, witnessed by an audience of over 3,000, transcends musical boundaries, incorporating elements of worship, gospel, and touches of country, pop, and R&B. With sweeping arrangements and cinematic allure, the album radiates joy and fellowship, featuring remarkable guest appearances by Jennifer Hudson, Kierra Sheard, The Walls Group, Ricky Dillard, and the long-awaited return of Mary Mary, who haven’t released music in over five years. Tasha Cobbs Leonard continues to chart a remarkable journey in gospel greatness.
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