Christian rapper FLAME will be participating in the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association’s 4th annual Most Powerful Voices gospel competition presented by gmc (Gospel Music Channel) alongside Michelle Williams, a singer that rose to fame as a member of R&B group Destiny’s Child, a girl group that sold more than 50 million records worldwide. Michelle Williams is contributing to the event because her family has been affected by a stroke. The online competition strives to educate people about stroke, the No.4 cause of death in America and is looking to inspire the viewers with quality faith based content. For more details on the singing contest check out the website.
If for some reason you’re unfamiliar with FLAME, he is a Christian rapper that has been nominated for Dove and Stellar Awards. The charting topping artist has even been nominated for a Grammy. FLAME is the man behind Clear Sight Music, a record label that is home to V.Rose and Young Noah. V.Rose is releasing her EP ‘Battery’ on 12-12-12 and Young Noah is working on his project ‘Mixtape Vol.2’.
Michelle Williams is a singer and actress that is known for her impressive run with platinum selling collective Destiny’s Child (Beyoncé Knowles, Kelly Rowland, Michelle Williams, Farrah Franklin, LaTavia Roberson and Letoya Luckett.) As a solo artist she has sold thousands of records and has been nominated and won various prestigious awards (MOBO, STELLAR, NAACP Theatre, Grammy and Hollywood Walk of Fame Star).