Cinque Cullar has a desire for people everywhere to experience the power and presence of God through a lifestyle of worship. To that end, the internationally renowned worship leader creates an atmosphere of praise with “Let the Glory of the Lord”, the latest single from his critically acclaimed solo debut Letters to God.
Cinque Cullar experienced the joys of his youth growing up in the Gospel music capital of the world, Chicago, Illinois. A love for music was evident very early on, and this would set the stage and lead to him becoming a member of the Soul Children of Chicago at the age of 14. While there, Cinque dedicated himself to the cultivation and shaping of his musical abilities to bring glory to God. True to God’s word, his “gift made room for him” as his association with the choir afforded him the opportunity to minister before thousands as SCC travelled across the nation.
Seeing the undeniable hand of God at work in his life, Cinque acknowledged and accepted his call to ministry in 1993. Even greater doors of opportunity opened as Cinque ministered in Switzerland and Israel with Walt Whitman and throughout Europe with iconic Gospel legend Reverend Jessy Dixon. Cinque’s divinely ordered steps would lead to him becoming a founding member of the group Fortitude (who would go on to national recognition as Word Records recording artist, Nu Wave). Recognition would come in the form of Stellar Award nominations for Best New Artist followed by Best Group/Duo. A new chapter has begun with the release of his debut solo project, Letters to God, and the rest of the story is currently being written.
The ministry of Cinque Cullar can be experienced each week as he leads worship at Chicago’s Salem Baptist Church. In addition, Cullar is a sought after workshop clinician, conducting Choir, Praise and Worship and Leadership workshops nationally and internationally. Letters to God is available on Amazon and iTunes, and you can follow Cinque on Facebook: www.facebook.com/cinquejcullar or Twitter: @CinqueCullar and @Cinque_Media.