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Earnest Pugh

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Earnest Pugh has experienced success he only dreamed of just a few short years ago. With the release of the project, Rain On Us, and its title tune, Earnest Pugh was heard on Gospel radio stations nationwide and was catapulted to super stardom in the Gospel music industry. His smash hit single “Rain On Us” escalated to the #1 position on Billboard’s Top Gospel Singles Radio Chart and became the sixth most popular song of 2010. The second single, “The Great I Am”, helped the CD, which featured Gospel icons Vanessa Bell Armstrong and Richard Smallwood, to peak at #2 on the Billboard Top Gospel Albums Chart. Now after the whirlwind of exposure, this En Sound Male Vocalist of the Year and Independent Music Award Winner for Gospel Album of the Year is getting ready to do it all over again with the upcoming Black Smoke Worldwide Music release of Earnestly Yours.

Known as one of Gospel music’s premiere worshipers, Earnest Pugh is thrilled about the new project and believes this CD has taken him to the next level. “In the previous project, I was asking God to Rain On Us, but now I am asking to see God’s glory,” explains Pugh. “When I asked the Lord to see His glory and to reveal His power to me, He said that I had to be honest and ‘earnest’ with him about all of my shortcomings and my failures. It started a process of purification with me before God. I had to have my heart pure before I could truly see God for what He is,” says the artist.

From that process not only came the title of the CD, Earnestly Yours, but also the lead single, “I Need Your Glory”. A soaring, gorgeous ballad, “I Need Your Glory” is tailor-made for the recording artist.

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