Grammy, Dove and Stellar award nominated Motown Gospel recording artist Anita Wilson's sophomore album Vintage Worship (https://itun.es/i6gT6Dm) is available now for pre-order on iTunes. The album features Anita's new single impacting Gospel radio now, the ever-soulful "Keep Doing What You're Doing," penned and produced by Wilson and Grammy nominated producer Rick Robinson. Vintage Worship is available everywhere on June 24th.
Anita will kick off her album promotional tour beginning June 17th in Chicago with stops in other markets such as New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington, DC, Atlanta, Columbia, SC, Florence, SC, Dallas, Houston, Kansas City and New Orleans at the Essence Music Festival. Additionally, Anita will host various album release concerts and skate parties in select markets. Visit her website www.MsAnitaWilson.com for more tour information.
Her forthcoming sophomore album, Vintage Worship, follows in its predecessor's stead by unveiling a collection of masterfully crafted tunes with ingredients of classic gospel, funk, soul, pop, and R&B. Citing gospel greats such as The Hawkins, The Clark Sisters and The Winans as musical influences for the album, Wilson also drew from a well of R&B/Soul favorites like Eddie Kendricks, Lalah Hathaway, Chaka Khan, George Clinton, Bootsy Collins, Evelyn Champagne King and many more to create a melting pot of sounds.
Anita has never shied from the desire to use her gift as a means to proclaim her love for God and, of course, his love for us. To ensure this message remains a focal point, Vintage Worship skillfully enlists a host of enchanting ballads like "Everything (Definition of a Friend)", and also shines with its impressive list of guest artists. Found on the album's touching numbers "Time After Time" (Anaysha Figueroa Cooper), "Reasons (Don't Take Your Love Away)" (Tommy Sims), and a sure to be fan favorite "Oh How I Love Jesus." A clear nod to the project's vintage theme, Anita calls on R&B singer/songwriter Avery Sunshine and the renowned Bishop Yvette Flunder to assist in launching the beloved hymn to a modernized, new pedestal of praise. By the tune's end, the listener can't help but be enthralled by the session.