Today, GRAMMY® and Stellar Award-winning craftsman, entertainer and business person, Kierra Sheard, Released her profoundly foreseen album KIERRA (Karew Entertainment/RCA Inspiration). Denoting her 6th studio collection and first undertaking with RCA Inspiration. KIERRA incorporates the songstress’ most recent single “It Keeps Happening,” and the famous hymn “Don’t Judge Me,” highlighting Missy Elliott. Additionally, the collection is joined by the arrival of another video for another single, the climate moving, “Something Has To Break (Live)” highlighting Tasha Cobbs Leonard. The video will make a big appearance solely by means of YouTube Premiere at 1pm EST.
With a crucial convey elevating music, KIERRA gives a fitting asylum in the midst of these troublesome occasions, “Confidence and motivation have been the main thrust of my vocation. We will move beyond this. We need to. The Lord has such a significant number of things for such a significant number of us to do,” Kierra shares.
The collection incorporates 15-follows sounds extending from Pop, R&B, Hip-Hop, and Gospel, and highlights some live recorded melodies which Kierra performed before a sold out group in her old neighborhood of Detroit, MI. Showing her lyricism, Kierra either composed or co-composed the entirety of the tracks on the collection including the delightful melody “Thankful,” the real and crude “Human,” and “Better.” Assisted by a unique group, KIERRA highlights creation from her successive associates, Harmony “H-Money” Samuels and her sibling J. Drew Sheard, just as lyricists Mia Fieldes, Varren Wade, Edgar “JV” Etienne, Justin Brooks and rising Chicago craftsman Sir the Baptist. Notwithstanding Missy Elliott and Tasha Cobbs Leonard, the collection highlights vocals from other star Gospel Artists Todd Dulaney, Tasha Cobbs Leonard, Le’Andria Johnson and Kierra’s nephew Jacob Sheard.
On her new music, Kierra is commending the fifth commemoration of her design line, Eleven60, which is accessible at Macys.com. Displaying her adaptability and range as a craftsman, Kierra keeps on acting and co-stars in the Lifetime biopic, The Clark Sisters: The First Ladies of Gospel, which debuted on April eleventh to 2.7 million watchers. In the film she portrays her mom, incredible gospel craftsman, Karen Clark Sheard.
KIERRA is accessible now through all major advanced suppliers.
Watch “Something Has To Break (Live)” featuring Tasha Cobbs Leonard below: