Through her soul stirring performances, singer-songwriter-actress Latice Crawford has become a favorite in the inspirational music & entertainment community. Raised the daughter of a preacher, Crawford spent much of her early life heavily involved in the church, serving as choir director and lead vocalist for local ensembles. The experiences provided the perfect training ground for the vocal powerhouse to hone her signature sound and gripping delivery of God's message through song. Crawford gained national notoriety during her breakout performances on Season 2 of BET's ‘Sunday Best’, where she achieved second runner up. Following the TV series, she released her self-titled debut album in 2014, which brought the inspiring hit "There". In 2016, Crawford released her sophomore project, 'Diary of A Church Girl'. The critically acclaimed EP garnered Crawford her first Stellar Award nomination, a second Billboard charting album, and brought listeners a deep look into Crawford’s personal relationship with God through songs such as "Author" and the popular “Choose Me". Crawford's connection with her audience and commitment to ministry extends well beyond that of a traditional recording artist. Crawford starred in the 15th anniversary run of the hit musical stage play Crowns. Audiences and critics lauded her as "soul-stirring" and "transcendent". Additionally, Crawford is also a contributor to the Huffington Post and Essence, writing on a range of topics to include mental wellness, parenting, race relations, and self-care. She has recently released her first EP since joining the eOne family, entitled, "The Cure". The singles "Something, Something", "Amazing" and the title song "The Cure" are already receiving rave reviews. Crawford states, "It is my hope that that story God has given me brings listeners an a relatable journey through the human experience and the power of going through it all with Christ.