Creator to Creators S6 Ep 25 Sisaundra

June 26, 2024

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Country is introduced to soaring, old school gospel, with R&B making the introduction,
in “You Remain,” a joyous song of worship from Sisaundra, host of The Sisaundra Show
“You Remain,” released March 5, is worship music that can get believers dancing and
make non-believers wishing they believed.
“It’s a beautiful tapestry of music that my friends and I put together to — of course
—honor God,” said Sisaundra. “It’s basically talking about God, that He remains the
same today, yesterday and forever.”
The song begins in bluegrass as her country self begins with soft, fast drums, guitars,
fiddle and banjo in the background. Then it’s off into joyful music and Sisaundra’s
powerful voice running up and down the scale in three minutes of worship that are
surely pleasing to the ears of God and people.
She and her band, For the Culture, began working on it last year, shortly after she
released another worship song, “Yes (You’d Hear My Mom Say).”
“The music is all live,” she said, “from violins to guitars, from upright bass to steel guitar.
We have amazing singers, amazing players.”
Singer, songwriter and producer, Sisaundra has worked as vocal director and
choreographer for Celine Dion, recorded and performed on stage with artists such as
Peabo Bryson, Janet Jackson, George Duke, Sheila E., Gloria Estefan, Enrique
Iglesias, Patti LaBelle and Najee.
She was on Blake Shelton’s team in season 6 of “The Voice.”
The first single she ever put out, “Shout,” was a No. 1 U.S. Billboard Hot Dance Club hit.
Monday through Friday, at 7 p.m. Eastern time — sharp — she hosts The Sisaundra
Show on Comcast Xfinity Channel 1623, streaming on NOW. That’s her regular work,
filming five days a week.
She also has a monthly show, AFROJams, where she hosts some of today’s top artists
as they give live performances.
As she says in the opening of “You Remain,” Sisaundra is a country woman, Southern
born, and in this song, she is presenting her country self to God and the world.
The subject is in the roots of her faith, talking to God, telling him she knows that “You
remain the same.”
“He’s the one thing that we can depend on, the constant that we can depend on,” she
said. “That’s what ‘You Remain’ is about.”
Though the song was written about eight months ago, she said now, the Easter season,
is the proper time to release it.
“Easter is coming up, and it being country at heart, the idea of the song makes the
timing perfect in today’s world.”
Soon, “You Remain” will get its own, exclusive performance on The Sisaundra Show.
“I’m hoping that the song is going to touch the hearts of everyone who hears it,” she
said, “that they will open their hearts to it and that it will bless them.”
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