‘I strive to make music that both believers and non-believers can relate to and be inspired by,’ Triplett says. ‘I don't just want tight beats and dope sounds. It’s very important to me that the message is strong and clear.’
Fort Smith, AR (PRWEB) October 05, 2013
In hopes of developing the best possible project, Kendall Triplett has taken to Kickstarter to garner support for his debut gospel album and video. With less than 3 weeks remaining, Triplett is looking to fans to help him meet the $20,000 funding goal.
In one of the verses of “You Can Do Anything,” the recently released and infectious teaser single from Kendall Triplett’s full-length debut album, 'Lose Myself', offers an inspirational line that captures the motivation behind this recording and his long term mission as an artist. “With God on your side,” he sings, “you will win this.” Considering that 'Lose Myself' has thus far been a fully self-funded project, Triplett’s ability to attract such A-listers to the studio speaks beautifully of two things: God’s favor and undeniable talent.
With half the album completed, the singer is humbly seeking the expertise of renowned producer Chip Dixson to oversee the rest of the project. Well known for his association with Darkchild Gospel and numerous productions with Grammy winning songwriter/producer Rodney Jerkins, Dixson has worked numerous gospel and R&B artists, including Marvin Sapp, Commissioned, Joy Enriquez, Lowell Pye and William Murphy. Funds from the Kickstarter campaign will also ensure that Triplett continues his creative partnership with Delisha Thomas, who received a Grammy nomination for her contribution to Beyonce’s “Déjà vu” and has also penned tracks for Janet Jackson, Justin Bieber, Joann Rosario, Virtue and Kierra “Kiki” Sheard. Thomas’ contributions to 'Lose Myself' include arrangement on “My Everything” and penning “You Can Do Anything” – which has has already earned several five star ratings on iTunes and received a shout out on the popular online program, “The Mary Mary AfterBuzz TV Show.” Triplett refers to the duo as his “dream team.”
Triplett is also excited about working on a video for the album’s debut single with beemac Films and director Wesley “Wuz Good” Armstrong. Wuz Good directed Martha Munizzi’s “Make It Loud” music video and has produced music video content for a number of major record labels, including Def Jam, Interscope and Atlantic Records.
To learn more about Kendall Triplett’s music and lend support to this incredible project please visit the Kickstarter page and connect with him on Facebook, Twitter-@KendallTriplett, Reverbnation, Google+ and YouTube