Kendall Triplett has released his independent debut album, "Lose Myself." The lead single, "You Can Do Anything," was written by the talented songwriter, Delisha Thomas, who received a Grammy nomination for her contribution to Beyonce’s “Déjà vu”. Thomas also penned tracks for Kierra “Kiki” Sheard and other artists.
The Fort Smith, Arkansas native’s music is best described as a blend of gospel, jazz and soul that is reminiscent of artists like Fred Hammond and Israel Houghton.
The second single, “So I Will,” is equally as infectious with its uptempo beat and catchy hook. The track was composed and produced by Ray Charles McCullough aka Ra Charm, and was written by Triplett, Brian Dior Thomas and Chip Dixson. Triplett is a past winner of the "Unsung Singers" promotional award that was presented by Kirk Franklin and Fo Yo Soul Productions.
Kendall Triplett's "Lose Myself" is available on iTunes and Amazon