Chyna Whyte, a rhyme poet, best known for her power-packed performance on Lil Jon & the Eastside Boys classic club banger and Billboard charted song Bia Bia, has been in the music industry writing and recording for more than 16 years. Born Stephanie Christine Lewis in New Orleans, La., signed her first recording contract with BME Records in 1999 and in 2001 signed a distribution deal with TVT Records. Although her accolades are many, they were not fulfilling her deep passion for meaning, for change, for happiness, for truth. Her way of life became a burden so she made a change. She humbled herself before God and allowed him to transform her and when he changed her heart, her message in her music changed.
Now with the world still eagerly awaiting her debut LP, Chyna with the help of Jesus has re-invented her image and her life and has stepped into one of her calls, entrepreneurship. She started WhyteHowse Entertainment, LLC in 2006 but has recently by the direction of the Holy Spirit brought to the forefront Abraham's Seed Music Force, LLC which will be a force to be reckoned with. She also has been a BMI writer and publisher, Ching Chong Publishing, since 1997. People need God, they want him, they are searching for him and not even know it. People need to know that God is the answer, that he is real and that he is the TRUTH, the true rider as we say in street terms. I want them to know the truth about the industry and the things that they think are real are not and that life, the riches, the glamour, the fame that they are lusting for is nothing without God. I don’t want them to get caught up into the hype because that’s all that it is. I’m ready to bust hell wide open on earth, to expose the enemy and to show people to the light which is Jesus Christ. I want the young kids and adults, really everybody that’s hurting and looking for answers to know that everything that they want and need is in Jesus Christ.
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