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‘No Turnin Back’ is the hot new single from Christian Hip Hop artist G2S, available on iTunes and virtually all other internet download/streaming sites.
G2S is a name that comes from a place of deliverance…”from a goon to a saint.” The artist’s testimony is sure to touch the hearts of countless people around the world.
Christian Hip Hop artist G2S explodes on the scene with his new single and his jaw-dropping testimony of triumph from a life destined for destruction!
I want to save and touch as many souls as I can, and hopefully my music can cross over to reach everybody. This is not even for myself—people need to know Jesus the way I’m getting to know Him.”
— G2S, Artist, Musgrove Music Distribution
MIAMI, FLORIDA, USA, February 17, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ — Musgrove Music Distribution, in conjunction with Concore Entertainment/Universal Music Group proudly announces the release of the amazing new single ‘No Turnin Back’ by Christian Hip Hop artist G2S. ‘No Turnin Back’ is a declaration of commitment reminiscent of the traditional hymn “I Have Decided to Follow Jesus,” coupled with a 70’s song quote…mixed in with a solid dance track…that will have you dancing and praising God at the same time! G2S has created a song of inspiration and encouragement with an edgy, hardcore voice that well-represents those in the Kingdom of God who have experienced the harshest of trials but have still overcome (Click here to download your copy right now).
“We’re extremely excited about this single,” says Daniel Musgrove, founder and CEO of Musgrove Music Distribution. “Knowing where this artist came from, as well as how far he’s come, a person can’t help but be inspired by the message in the lyrics.” Musgrove has surmised that there’s an overabundance of great gospel/Christian music being created that would never achieve its fullest potential nor substantial public impact without sufficient support. With his efforts combined with distribution conglomerate Concore/Universal Music Distribution, Musgrove provides music publishing services; multi-media development; marketing campaigns; promotions; booking and management; video production; and other services that prove invaluable to individual artists and/or up-and-coming record labels.
“I see great things in store for G2S in the near future,” says Musgrove.
G2S was born Tyrone Richardson in Harlem NY in the early 1980’s, an era in music where pop music and new innovations in sound were exploding on the scene. Music from all genres was being heard like never before through venues like MTV, and Hip Hop was gaining new audiences in droves. This was the music scene that Richardson grew up in, and as a teen in the 90’s his future artistry would be shaped by the music of that time.
But Richardson’s story would soon turn tragic as he, like many of our African-American male youth, fell into self-destructive behavior. He and his parents left New York to reside in Richmond VA when he was ten years old. In time, he got into trouble and was sent back to the Bronx to live with his grandmother. His grandmother did her best to teach him the right way. According to Richardson, “she was ‘gangsta’…she was strict, and did not play.” Even with two parents and a grandmother who worked hard to keep him straight, he still chose to be rebellious which resulted in him living back and forth between his parents’ and his grandmother’s home.
By age thirteen, Richardson had joined a gang and was selling drugs. His laundry list of offenses included disorderly conduct, illegal firearm possession, and assault. Throughout much of his early life he amassed multiple convictions, and he spent time in and out of jail as if it had a revolving door.
Richardson stated, “I could remember all the scriptures and warnings that my grandma told me when I was inside [jail]. When you’re doing that kind of time, all you can do is think and pray, and I could remember every word she told me.”
One particular time that he remembered was when he around the age of eighteen, when his grandmother gave him the telephone and a pastor was on the line. The pastor tried to counsel Richardson about changing his life, then suddenly the preacher turned silent. After a moment, he asked Richardson if he was involved with music, to which he replied “No.” The pastor then prophesied that he would be doing music for the Lord one day, to which Richardson scoffed.
“I was out there deep in the street life,” says Richardson grimly, “and I thought that preacher had totally…lost his entire mind!”
As fate would have it, God used incarceration to finally get Richardson’s attention. Within those walls of steel and concrete he was re-introduced to the Word of God, and he was moved to study the Bible and attend church services. While in jail, Richardson gave his life to the Lord at age twenty-five. Upon his release he was led to attend, and eventually join, New Deliverance Tabernacle under the leadership of Pastor Vincent L. Mendenhall. Soon after, he began creating music for God’s Kingdom. He also met and married his wife of seven years, Jameelah Pride. Richardson is still active and faithful at his church today.
The name G2S came from his response to people who had known the ‘old’ Tyrone Richardson. “I know a lot of people in the city,” says Richardson, “so I had no choice but to run into people. After I first got saved from the drug dealing and the gangs, people who ran into me always asked ‘how you gonna go from the streets to church life?’ I heard that a lot, but I’m changed. That’s where G2S comes from—from a goon to a saint…G2S.”
“And it’s a lot easier to walk on the street now,” jokes G2S.
When asked about his future plans, G2S proclaims “I want to save and touch as many souls as I can, and hopefully my music can cross over to reach everybody. Fame and money may come, but this is not even for myself—people need to know Jesus the way I’m getting to know Him.” G2S has a recurring role in the stage play ‘Man at a Crossroads,’ and hopes to someday acquire some movie roles as well.
Daniel Musgrove and the entire Musgrove Music, Inc. family would like to extend a word of sincere gratitude to Charve The Don, CEO of Concore Entertainment, for recognizing and embracing the vision of Musgrove Music Distribution, and for his hand in providing a solid platform for gospel/Christian artists to be heard, both now and in the future.
For information on how to become a client of Musgrove Music Distribution, or to have one of the featured artists make an appearance at your next event, call 954.257.9955, email at Daniel@musgrovemusicdistribution.com , or visit the website at http://www.musgrovemusicdistribution.com/
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G2S Promotional Video For New Single ‘No Turnin Back’
Source: EIN Presswire