Introducing Kenny Burroughs (Kenny B), the gifted singer, songwriter, and musician hailing from the Sumter, Carolina (right in the heart of the hotbed of gospel music known as The Carolinas). Getting his initial start in gospel while touring with national recording artist Adrian Green and the Diplomats for Christ, he’s known by many gospel enthusiasts for singing songs of testimony and encouragement. He has also toured and recorded with other national recording artists such as The Elizabethtown Community Choir. He has shared stages from coast to coast with many of today’s most popular gospel artists. Most recently, Kenny B has appeared on Bobby Jones Gospel which was taped in New Orleans, LA despite losing a portion of one of his legs only two months earlier. His life experiences along with his spiritual rearing have helped to shape the music ministry that is about to be released. Kenny B has managed to articulate a sound inspired by The Holy Spirit that is true to his desire to take music ministry to a place that’s not ‘business as usual.’ Kenny B’s voice has been compared to that of R&B legend Frankie Beverly of Frankie Beverly & Maze. His rich, smooth, yet bold voice is one that leaves audiences speechless. The anointing that is evident in his voice is unmistakable. Kenny B’s heartfelt lyrics have an uncanny way of reaching hearts while delivering a sound that can’t be categorized so easily. The lyrics speak to life’s experiences, many of which are his own. However, the lyrics also offer hope to those that are hurting physically, emotionally or spiritually. Kenny B wants to convey in his lyrics that our life experiences should not consume us but teach us. This new project by Kenny B, I Believe, promises to deliver for radio audiences while touching most genres of gospel. The two songs in this offering have been carefully selected in order to demonstrate the variety of song selections that gospel music consumers will enjoy as well as radio announcers in all parts of the country. Watch for ‘I Believe’ by Kenny B in the winter of 2012.