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IGAA reveals nominees for third annual IGAA Awards

Nominees cover a variety of categories

The IGAA Conference, co-founded by Phillip Carter and Earl Bynum, is the only annual music business conference specifically for independent Gospel and Christian artists. IGAA has announced the nominees for the third annual IGAA Awards. Here are the nominees:

Album of the Year Nominees
Lekisha Earles – “Confessions of a Repentant Heart”
Rev. John Lee Hooker, Jr. – “Testify”
Darnell Moore – “Hosanna”
Kami Woodard – “So Good”

Artist of the Year Nominees
Angie Cleveland
MarQuez Curtis
Rev. John Lee Hooker, Jr.
Kim Person

Choir/Group of the Year Nominees
Pastor Todd Curry featuring St. Peter, The Rock, Inc. Ministry Choir
MrCthon Music Group
Sounds of Imani
Tiffany and David Spencer

Music Video of the Year Nominees
Calvin Bridges – “Breathe”
Pastor Todd Curry featuring St. Peter, The Rock, Inc. Ministry Choir – “He’s Worthy”
Kim Person – “Through It All”
Yvonne Matthews – “Glad”

New Artist of the Year Nominees
Yvonne Matthews
Robyn McGhee
Sherry Wynne Nwosu
Jazlyn Sligh

Song of the Year Nominees
Pastor Todd Curry featuring St. Peter, The Rock, Inc. Ministry Choir – “He’s Worthy”
Yvonne Matthews – “Glad”
Kim Person – “Through It All”
Robyn McGhee – “Come On Jesus”

Producer of the Year Nominees
Pastor Todd Curry – “He’s Worthy”
Rogest Carstarphen Jr. – “Glad”
Sean Keys – “Through It All”
Roderick Crochett – “Come On Jesus”

All IGAA Award nominees will be eligible for an IGAA People’s Choice Award. Fans can go to the IGAA website, www.indiegospelalliance.com, to vote for their favorite nominee. The nominee who receives the most tallied votes will receive the coveted IGAA People’s Choice Award.

The 11th Annual IGAA Conference will take place on July 8-10, 2021.

Sarah Hearn
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Sarah Hearn is Editor-in-Chief of PositivelyGospel.com, founded in 2011. The site was recently named among Feedspot's Top Gospel and Christian Music Websites.  Sarah is a member of the National Association of Black Journalists and the Gospel Music Association.

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