Jessica Reedy stops by the BMI Trailblazers of Gospel Luncheon red carpet and the stage. (Photo: Terron Austin – @TerronAustin)
Gospel music’s sweetheart Jessica Reedy (of BET Sunday Best) has one of the most unique voices around. Her signature style and vocal competence is initially what drew her thousands of fans during her days competing on BET Sunday Best Season II. She quickly inked a deal with Light Records and her inner light hasn’t stopped shining since. We know who and what that light really is, but let Jessica Reedy tell it like only she can do – with a smile. Here’s a recent conversation we had with Jessica Reedy about her new look and the phenomenal success she’s achieved in such a short time. She also describes what honorees Kirk Franklin and Bishop Hezekiah Walker’s music has meant to her throughout the years.
Check out the smoldering hot performance Jessica Reedy gave in honor of Kirk Franklin’s ministry as the BMI Trailblazer of Gospel salute continued. There’s definitely something special going on right here.
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