American Stroke Association's Power snags Latice Crawford for Campaign
Queens, New York native Latice Crawford was created for ministry.
This preachers kid who "Doesn't sing but testifies to the beat" as she would put it,
used her gift and auditioned for BET's Sunday's Best Season 2.
Week after week she won over the judges and America all the way to third place.
Since the show, Crawford has been spreading the word of God across
America and Africa.
Dr. Rani G. Whitefield, who is a national volunteer spokesperson for the American
Stroke Association, have come together with Crawford to bring the
Most Powerful Voice gospel music competition.
The competition will provide $5,000 in gear and $1,500 cash to the winner
among other prizes will showcasing inspiring music across America and
leading a healthier life while reducing your risk of stroke and heart disease.
Registration ends March 2, 2014 so get your applications in early!
Her new self-titled album Latice Crawford is available now for pre-order. Official release is Tuesday, January 28, 2014!