Grammy-nominated jazz and soul singer Maysa blesses the Get Up Church with her brand new song, “Lord I Thank You” featuring Kirk Whalum.
She explains how the song naturally came to her as she was experiencing a moment of deep gratitude and reflection.
“The melody came to me and I turned on my phone, the voice memo, and I just sang the song as it came to me in that moment,” the singer-songwriter said.
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Maysa is no stranger to God’s goodness, and even shares one of her most grand testimonies—the gift of her son, Jazz. His start to life seemed to be a “challenging” one, having been birthed prematurely while Maysa was on a World Tour in Japan. He was born at just 25 weeks and weighed only 2 pounds. Though he had to undergo laser surgery at the time in order to see, he is now a professional photographer and videographer, making a living from those very same set of eyes.
Glory to God!
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Her new project called “Music For Your Soul” comes from her very own label, Blue Velvet Soul Records.
Maysa began her professional career post-college (Morgan State University) singing for legendary artists such as Stevie Wonder and British Jazz Funk Band INCOGNITO. She launched her series MAYSA’s Kitchen Karaoke Sundays (#MKKS) on Facebook Live, where she cooks, interviews, and performs with various artists.
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