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(Black PR Wire) SHREVPORT, LA – Bella Dawn Records, gospel recording artist Keyondra Locketts’ hit single “Trouble Won’t Last,” continues to top the Billboard Gospel Airplay Chart.  The upbeat song, from the deluxe CD, “The Heal Reloaded” is an anthem of inspiration in this time of sickness and unrest.  Peaking at #1 last week and continuing to rest in the top 10 this week, the single has been on the charts for over 32 weeks.  With powerful vocals, and a heartfelt video, “Trouble Won’t Last” has garnered 437,229 + streams on Spotify and continues to be a soulful favorite that has solidified Keyondra Lockett as a Bonafide Gospel Music star.

The Louisiana native, sings, “As God is my witness He will see You through, stand on the promise that he spoke to you.

“’Trouble Won’t Last’ is a song that motivates each listener to trust in the Lord and to trust His track record. I was inspired to write it due to vocal issues I encountered and couldn’t seem to shake. I had to remember If God did it before He’d do it again,” said Lockett.

A highly sought-after singer and songwriter, the gifted artist has penned songs for some of gospel music’s biggest artists including, Kierra Sheard, Briana Babineaux, Crystal Aiken, Virtue and Zie’l.  Her talents however expand past her musical gifts, as she is also a groundbreaking businesswoman with a unique eye for fashion and a heart for empowering women that look like her.

As an entrepreneur Keyondra and her sister, stylist Kimberly Lockett realized the importance of impacting the exclusion of black female representation and inequality in the fashion industry.  The two sisters launched Jolie Noire Apparel, LLC (Jolie Noire means pretty black in French), an essential wear line designed to empower black women and encourage them to be proud of their beauty.

In addition, Keyondra made history by inking a toy doll deal with the Kenya Doll Brand, making her the first gospel artist to have her own doll.  It was important to her that little black girls saw beautiful images of themselves in the doll, just as she did when she owned a Kenya doll growing up.

Keyondra is gearing up to bring more of that anointed voice of praise to her fans.  She has a collaboration with Q Parker of the R&B group 112 titled, “Made A Way,” the new “Conerstone” EP dropping at the top of 2021, and she’s this week’s pin on Pandora’s popular radio station, “Today’s Gospel Hits.”  With this type of momentum, Keyondra Lockett is showing the world that she is on a kingdom building mission, with no signs of slowing down.

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