All systems are a go for Verity recording artist DeWayne Woods. With the release of his second CD, My Life’s Lyric, which debuted at number three, he’s proven his success in gospel is no fluke. Nor is it, as some might cast, the by-product of the overwhelming success of his debut, Introducing DeWayne Woods & When Singers Meet, which soared to number five on Billboard’s Top Gospel Albums chart, earning him three Stellars and a Dove Award. And neither does it come as the result of his working relationship to master producer Donald Lawrence, who initially discovered Woods and signed him to his Quiet Waters Entertainment. Instead, he’s just that good, and gospel music lovers are buying his records and flocking to his concerts, making him a bona fide force in gospel.
The chord Woods first struck with gospel audiences has nearly as much to do with his story, which begins with a miraculous victory over HIV, as his masterful vocal delivery and smash hit single, “Let Go,” which soared to number four on the Billboard’s Top Gospel Songs chart.
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