It comes by no surprise that favor has followed Gospel Artist & Songwriter, Troy Sneed since his early days with Florida A&M University gospel choir and Georgia Mass Choir. Sneed’s music success has garnered him the titles, Gospel Hit-maker, Gospel Artist and Record Label Executive.
Over the last 2 years, Sneed has had an incredible ride as the Gospel Hit-maker and Artist with the hits, “My Heart Says Yes”, “All Is Well”, “Lay It Down” and “I Know You Hear Me”.
Sneed’s first three singles claimed Billboard Radio Chart success and now his 3rd single
“I Know You Hear Me” from the project, All Is Well, has entered the charts with great promise.
“I Know You Hear Me” is best described as an authentic musical synopsis of the very words we are thinking, while living in a real world with a real God. Troy Sneed’s signature falsetto lead vocals carry the song along with its subtle background vocals, which settle your spirit with the lyrics, “I know you hear me”.
Just as his previous hits, Sneed directs listeners back to maintaining their faith in God with his latest single.
Yes, Troy Sneed has maintained a successful career as an artist and songwriter, but in 2013 he is switching gears a bit to continue building his label Emtro Gospel.
In 2003 Troy Sneed became a Record Label Executive and formed Emtro Gospel, a major independent label and in 2013 will be signing a few new artists and release new projects on Alvin Darling, Youth for Christ and Arkansas Mass Choir.
Sneed wants fans to not worry because he will continue touring across the country to promote his current project All Is Well and more.
Musical success flows from this Gospel Hit-maker, Artist and Record Label Executive, but he truly understands the importance of balancing his life, in order to maintain all 3 entities.
Troy Sneed’s project All Is Well is available in stores and online.
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