ATLANTA – Atlanta native and former Florida A&M student Renee Strong is getting rave reviews in the Gospel music world for her angelic voice and sacred lyrics.
Recently in North Florida to shoot her first gospel music video, the inspirational songs written and sung by Renee have been acclaimed by gospel singers and musicians worldwide. To see Renee’s newest video, just search for Renee Strong on YouTube.com.
For Renee, singing is all about God’s will. As a songwriter, and co-founder of Take Note Entertainment, Reneé and producer Wirlie Morris successfully built a catalog of hit songs of various genres in the U.S. Europe and Japan. God also blessed Reneé to contribute to the projects of many major artists. Her writing ability also extended to movies and plays. Examples are "Step Aside" a song co-written by Reneé for Tyler Perry's "Daddy's Little Girls" and the stage play "What's Done in the Dark", was sang by both Tamela Mann and Yolanda Adams.
Although she'd been writing gospel for years, the theatrical work was Reneés first National exposure as a writer in the gospel arena.
Finding success in the music industry, Reneé still felt as though she had not fulfilled the calling placed on her life to become a gospel recording artist. Now God has let her know that it is truly her time and her turn.
Her first solo recording, "Reborn", is Reneé continuing the call of God to actively minister through music but now she has a wonderful testimony along with the Word of God.
“I pray this project reaches into the soul of the listener,” said Renee Strong, “and deposits the anointing and peace of God that was present during the creation of each song.”
Gospel music needs a strong new voice and that strong and beautiful voice belongs to Renee Strong.