‘Liquid Fire’ from Crisone Richard

Gospel singer Crisone Richards has been receiving favourable responses for her latest single Release Liquid Fire which was self-produced and released on May 8.

“I’m getting great reception and positive feedbacks,” she told the Jamaica Observer.

“This track sends a strong message that God is a consuming fire. It is the fire that brings forth deliverance in all circumstances,” she added.

The track was released on the Crisone Richards Ministries label.

Richards, who is from Old Harbour, St Catherine, has been on her musical journey since 2019. As a gospel artiste, the singer’s goal is to use her music to touch the lives of others, giving them encouragement and hope. Her previous releases include Unreserved Praise and In Your Hands.

According to her, music has always been her calling.

“It’s all because of God, my director and the head of my life. From an early age I saw myself ministering and impacting lives with my love and passion for music,” she said.

Richards further said she draws from daily experiences and observations to pen her singles.

“Meditating on God’s goodness and writing what comes from my soul, and I also listen to contemporary worship songs,” she said, adding that she hopes to collaborate with Kukudoo and Kevin Downswell.

Despite the rise in secular artistes, Richards added that she is not concerned about the loss of support for gospel music.

“I do believe that people support gospel music as they do secular music because people’s lives are touched and impacted by both genre all over the world,” Richards continued.

— Kediesha Perry

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