GRAMMY® Award-winning recording artist Donald Lawrence commands attention on his latest song with The Tri-City Singers, "He Heard My Cry" (feat. Sir the Baptist and Arnetta Murrill-Crooms). Creating an urgent call of deliverance driven by Lawrence and the featured voices of hip hop lyricist Sir the Baptist, the chorus of The Tri-City Singers and soloist Arnetta Murrill-Crooms, "He Heard My Cry" is the second single in the upcoming reunion album from Lawrence with the original Tri-City Singers, celebrating their 25th anniversary.
Co-produced by Lawrence and Sir the Baptist, "He Heard My Cry" is inspired by the tale of Moses and the Pharaoh, with the metaphor that everyone has a Pharaoh within them that can hold them back in reaching their greater purpose. Donald Lawrence says, "The song says it's time to tell your Pharaoh God's eye is on the sparrow and he can't control you no more, He heard my cry."
Renowned for stylistic talents that continue to shape the landscape of Gospel today, the prolific choirmaster, songwriter, and producer will soon launch his new album with The Tri-City Singers, which also features the single "Goshen 432 hz." Donald Lawrence currently remains on the road with the McDonald's Inspiration Celebration Gospel Tour, which concludes in October.
Donald Lawrence Presents The Tri-City Singers: "He Heard My Cry" (feat. Sir the Baptist and Arnetta Murrill-Crooms) is available everywhere now.
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