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Tracy is widely known to his peers as a serious highly sought after percussionist and dynamic songwriter; he is a supremely gifted vocal artist with many talents. Coming from a musical background that spans more than two decades, the artist definitely has gospel music deeply rooted in his genes. Tracy has played in the same arena with some of Gospel music absolute finest such as Earnest Pugh, Moses Tyson, Donnie McClurkin, Timothy Wright, John P. Kee, Dorothy Norwood and Israel Houghton of Israel and New Breed. Tracy’s love for music started as early as age 7, being the middle child of 3 boys, he recalls wanting to follow in his older brother’s footsteps by becoming a skilled percussionist. Tracy’s success is contributed to his Christian upbringing where his mother and his aunts are avid churchgoers and faithful choir members. By the age of 17, he began to take songwriting seriously drawing from two beautiful women that left him continuously inspired, his grandmother, the late Mary Dunham and his former pastor, the late Anniebel Forrester. However, Tracy remains very humble in his accomplishments throughout his lifetime. God has led him to encounter people who would guide him in the right direction. He forever credits his mentor the late Darryl Shelton, Minister in the Church of God of Prophecy and local radio announcer in Charlotte, North Carolina. Tracy is forever grateful and he continues to apply the valuable lessons he learned from his mentor. Following the success of his project “The Journey” Tracy has been honored to have received the 2012 Prayze Factor People’s Choice Award for Contemporary Christian Artist, nominated for four 2013 Rhythm of Gospel Awards, as well as three nominations for the 2014 Rhythm of Gospel Awards including Inspirational/R&P Song of the Year for “I Can't Live Without You”. The newest single from this dynamic musical genius, “All I Care About - I Found U” is a smooth melodic, jazzy rendition of a love song that expresses renewed faith & trust in perfect love, God!  

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