One Oxford study suggests “listening to religious music correlates with a decrease in death anxiety and an increase in life satisfaction,” and in this post-pandemic world, one sermonic soloist has the cure for what ails us. Meet award-winning Independent Gospel recording artist Lolita Moore. Moore, a dynamic songstress, releases a new album titled “LOVED.” The October launch unveils a new sampling of her distinctly creative style, which is eclectic and contemporary, with a mix of RB, soul, gospel, and a pinch of pop-funk to formulate her unique, soulful sound.
Lolita, who hails from the Bay Area, now calls Sacramento home where she wears many hats as a singer, songwriter, producer, and musician. The full-voiced vocalist says music is her passion. At the tender age of five, Lolita began her singing career and now graces venues all over the world. Her onstage presence is powerful and magnetic with sultry mellow tones that are moving to those who embrace the lyrics. She encourages and enlightens her listeners as she belts out, “live right in His sight, keep the faith in the fight” from her toe-tapping single, “It doesn’t matter.” As Lolita puts it, “I sing to encourage, inspire, and uplift people.”
Her vocal talents, which range from contralto to alto, have brought her to stages all over the country to perform with such greats as Vanessa Bell Armstrong, Norman Hutchins, The Pace Sisters, Donald Lawrence, Amar Khalil of Tony, Toni, Tone, and many more. To her credit, she has received the Best Gospel Female Artist for the Sounds of Soul Gospel Music Award and was nominated for Best Gospel Female Artist for the Spotlight Awards. The title of her newest release, “Loved,” speaks for itself. Once again speaking to God’s people through her gifting of the song.
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