Kierra Sheard releases 7th studio album, “All Yours,”
Kierra Sheard, two-time GRAMMY® winner, Dove Award and Stellar Award winner, released her eagerly awaited seventh studio album, “All Yours,” on March 3rd.
In her latest album, the chart-topping singer/songwriter celebrates the love, wisdom and freedom of God through 12 tracks.
The album consists of the lead single, “Miracles” (feat. Pastor Mike Jr.), the second single, “Praise Through” (feat. Adia), and the third single, “Making A Way” (feat. Adia).
With “All Yours,” Kierra Sheard continues to showcase her versatility and love for all genres, encompassing gospel, hip-hop, R&B, dance beats and more.
Kierra Sheard came from a prestigious gospel heritage
Kierra Sheard was born on June 20th, 1987, and comes from a prestigious gospel heritage.
At age 5, she began singing in the choir of the Greater Emmanuel Institutional Church of God in Christ, pastored by her father, Bishop J. Drew Sheard.
Kierra Sheard is the daughter of gospel singer Karen Clark-Sheard, a well-known member of the gospel singing group the Clark Sisters, and the granddaughter of gospel choral director Mattie Moss Clark.
She even went so far as to portray her mother in the hit Lifetime movie “The Clark Sisters: First Ladies of Gospel.” After appearing on the albums of her mother and her aunt (most notably, the seminal “Finally Karen”), Kierra Sheard broke into the music scene with her debut album, “I Owe You,” in 2004.
One of her hit singles, “You Don’t Know,” was inspired by her mother, who almost lost her life to a fatal blood clot.
Kierra Sheard: “There is a song for everyone on this album”
Following the chart-topping album “Kierra” in 2020, “All Yours” offers a stirring blend of melodies and lyrical candor.
In addition to co-writing every track on the new record, Kierra Sheard has teamed up on the production and songwriting with her brother J. Drew Sheard II, Adia, Pastor Mike Jr., Jekalyn Carr, Anthony Brown, Mali Music, Anita Wilson and Jor-Dan Armstrong.
The making of “All Yours” was a very special experience for Kierra Sheard.
“You will hear a glorious sound when you stand for the Lord radically. In addition, he will provide you with innovative strategies and ideas that will change the game. He blessed me in that way,” she said and added:
“There is a song for everyone on this album that encourages them to walk in the way of the Lord.”
Having grown up with gospel music and with the ministry, as she is the daughter of gospel icon Karen Clark Sheard and Bishop J. Drew Sheard, Kierra Sheard began singing professionally at age 9.
She has made her mark in contemporary gospel music.
She is also an actress, author, and entrepreneur.
On May 9th, Kierra Sheard will release her second book, “The Vibes You Feel – Lessons I have Learned from the Holy Spirit,” in addition to her fashion line Eleven60 and her mentoring organization for women, SistHer.
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