TAMELA MANN: BEST DAYS DELUXE EDITION
By the time Tamela Mann was 12, she was in the singing choir at church. Shortly after high school, her pal Kirk Franklin recruited her, and her best friend, David Mann, to be part of his groundbreaking group, The Family. Tamela sang on five of Franklin’s albums , and was a featured soloist on several tracks while part of The Family, including "Don't Take Your Joy Away", "Now Behold the Lamb", and "Lean on Me“. Mann has also collaborated and performed with numerous artists such as Yolanda Adams, Mary J. Blige, Al Green, Celine Dion, Bono, R. Kelly and Fred Hammond.
She released her debut solo album “Gotta Keep Movin” in 2005, followed by “The Master Plan” in 2009. She released 5 radio singles from these albums, including “Take Me To The King”, which reached #1 on the Gospel Songs Chart. The song also earned her a Grammy nomination for Best Gospel/Contemporary Christian Music Performance.
Mann has also made her mark as an actress, appearing in numerous plays, TV series, and movies such as Kingdom Come and Diary of a Mad Black Woman, also contributing to the latter’s soundtrack.
Her latest studio album "Best Days“ debuted at #1 on the Billboard Top Gospel Albums chart, as well as #14 on the Billboard 200.
· Multiple radio singles to be serviced to SA radio
· Full CD to be serviced to key radio
· Reviews and features canvassed in Christian and mainstream magazines
For fans of Kirk Franklin & the Family, powerhouse gospel