Fix It Jesus: Bishop Ron Gibson Needs To Stay In His Lane, Cause Rapping Ain't His Game!
The new up and coming vocalist, Cynthia Simons, has a wonderful new single out call "True To It ", that I actually like. But, for some unknown reason(s), I do not care for the rap portion made by Bishop Ron Gibson. For me it really, takes away from the overall project which could have been a great success without his input.
Some folks say, unbeknownst to the world, Cynthia Simons has been sharing the Gospel and the stage for many years now with well known artists such as Walter Hawkins, Donnie McClurkin, Vanessa Bell Armstrong, Stevie Wonder and Fred Hammond just to name a few.
So it comes as no surprise that Simons has created a sound that embodies all of her previous musical experiences from urban, classical, contemporary and even some hip-hop. With songs like “Sit Back,” which focuses on God’s trustworthiness to the Hawkins classic “Be Grateful” to the title track featuring a Gospel icon, Daryl Coley, Simons ministers in a pure, down to earth manner that cannot be ignored.