Emtro Gospel and No Compromise Records are excited about the recent signing of new artist, T'Juan and the release of his new concept video for his Billboard/BDS Gospel Radio Charting single, "Made".T'Juan is a dynamic vocalist and artist whose desire is for others to live their best life and his passion for life, inspired him to pen the slogan, "Live Good, Die Right". T'Juan describes his sound as "Urban Kingdom", Urban meaning real and Kingdom meaning life.
This energetic and anointed, rapper, singer, actor, writer and motivational speaker, hails from Jacksonville, FL and is on fire for God. As an artist, T'Juan has worked and toured with, Jessica Reedy, Lisa McClendon, Canton Jones, Pettidee and the G.R.I.T.S. T'juan's vibrant and electric personality exudes through his music and various talents. Being a multi-talented artist, T'Juan has already made a mark in the community and abroad and is equipped to impact lives across the nation with his upcoming project, Better Man. T'Juan is grateful for all the love he's received from radio and supporters and wanted to pour back and share his new concept video "Made" with fans all over the world. The new concept video, "Made", was shot and directed by 2014 Stellar Award Winner, Brand X Media and premiered this week, on T'Juan's VEVO Channel.At first glance, viewers will be drawn in by the video's sleek backdrops, imagery, production and gracious colors. The visuals definitely parallel the song's lyrical reminder that we were made to glorify the Lord and all that He is. Along with dynamic visual production, the "Made" concept video is a genuine and progressive moment which captures the essence of T'Juans voice, heart and talent. Viewers will not only receive an inspiring message, but they will view T'Juan in his element and at his best.
Written, By T'Juan, "Made" was birthed through a dark season of his life while sitting in church during praise and worship. "As for me, life made me bitter. I was hurt, lonely, lost and confused. I found myself asking God, Why? Not realizing that it was all a part of the making--the making of a better me. The making of a better man. God gave me this song not only to remind me, but also to remind you, that it was in His image and likeness that you were made. No matter who you are, where you're from, what you've done, or what you're doing, remember God has it made for you. Trust in Him for He believes in us."