Much like his predecessors Andre Crouch and Kirk Franklin and his fellow new age contemporary gospel artists like Lecrae and Maverick City Music. Atlanta native, international #1 charting gospel artist/award winning filmmaker PT the Gospel Spitter is in touch with what’s going on culturally and has been tenacious in creating music and musical adaptations that everyone can enjoy with a universal resonance.
As someone who challenges the traditional and societal norms, he can relate to what people are feeling and is able to translate that energy into phenomenal music that you can groove too, while feeding your soul, uplifting your spirit, and reminding you that God is never far from you and is within you.
“I don’t care if you’re black or white, short or tall, Gen Z or Millennial — Yahweh loves you,” said PT.
Make sure you stay tuned in for his upcoming Nov. 3rd release “Kingdom (Dance Therapy) feat. Stephen Voyce by pre-ordering/pre-saving below.
P.T. is an American rhythm and gospel artist, director, writer, producer and performer. He made his directorial debut with 2015 music mini-film, Salvation RMX (2015), at the Gwinnett Center International Film Festival where the film received the Audience Choice Award.
The Atlanta native was selected for the DeKalb County Honors Chorus as a third grader. He began taking violin lessons in middle school and sang in numerous local talent competitions in high school and college. Shortly after graduating from college, PT did vocals for a rapper friend until he competed in the 2010 GMAs IMMERSE.
Performing under the artist’s name PT the Gospel Spitter, PT pens his own lyrics and co-founded an entertainment company in 2013. The company’s first business division is a rhythm and gospel label.
PT’s debut project, ‘Raise Up’ was released in the fourth quarter of 2014.Toward the end of 2013, a friend and mentor, urged PT to read for a small part in an indie film. The casting director asked him to read for a larger role, which PT landed. By 2014, he had his first feature film appearance in the action thriller, Taken 3 (2014). In addition to acting, commanding a six-octave range, PT also does voiceover, with a guilty pleasure of doing so for animation.
Pre-save his latest offering, ‘Kingdom (Dance Therapy)’ HERE.