In the latter part of 2014, Shenna Walker wrote and released a rather compelling, captivating book that, to her credit, generated headlines.
The title of the book: “My Life Story.”
Nearly two years removed from having produced such an astounding, thought-provoking, attention-grabbing book, Walker has achieved yet another milestone while simultaneously sticking with the same theme, of sorts.
That’s because on Friday, Walker’s much-anticipated debut album entitled, “My Life,” was officially released.
According to various music experts, including one from the United Kingdom, “My Life” — this dazzling, fascinating, scintillating album — will leave listeners virtually in awe as Walker, arguably one of the best kept secrets in Mid-South music industry, will inspire the masses courtesy of her refreshing, breathtaking, tear-jerking spiritual hits, as only she can.
Walker’s “My Life Story” book was assembled in October 2014 and officially released approximately two months later.
“I named my album ‘My Life’ because first, it was a package idea with my book titled, ‘My Life Story,’ for all that enjoys reading and/or love music,” Walker told longtime journalist Andre Johnson on Friday afternoon, hours after the official release of her album. “It also allows everyone to get to know me a little more personally and understand why I have such a strong and honored relationship with God.”
Most importantly, Walker acknowledged, is that her debut album figures to inspire the public to become “more engaged in self” with a connection with the “Supreme Messiah” and know that living for God and loving God is beneficial to the core of one’s being.
“The album will encourage one to clap hands, stomp feet, snap fingers, hug love ones and demonstrate compassion to strangers,” Walker said.
A native of Palestine, Arkansas, Walker, 33, is widely known throughout the Mid-South for her notable, well publicized achievements as a rising author, singer, mental health specialist, and life coach/motivational speaker.
Yep, you read it correctly.
This brilliantly clever woman of color sure can sang.
Need more proof?
Go and buy this 10-hit album, already.
After all, we can use a little more Favor.
Pun intended, of course.
“My Life” is now available for download on:
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