The Mighty Mississippi Mass Choir returns with the release of their highly anticipated ninth recording, “…Then Sings My Soul”

The Mississippi Mass Choir debut single, “God Made Me” is currently in the Top 20 on Billboard & Mediabase Gospel charts and climbing. With just one listen you will know that although still true to its roots, this tree has branched out. The single was penned by Jules Bartholomew who has written such hits for Hezekiah Walker and LFC as “Faithful Is Our God,” “Calling My Name” and “ God Favored Me.” The featured lead soloist is a 2nd generation Mississippi Mass Choir member, the anointed Benjamin (Benji) Cone III; The son of legendary Rev. Benjamin Cone, Jr. 

Founded in May 1988 by the late Frank Williams and his friend David R. Curry Jr., the group has won or been nominated for every major music award - Grammy, Stellar, Dove, Soul Train, NARM Best Sellers Award, Billboard Magazine Outstanding Achievement Award, as well as the Governor’s Award for Excellence in the Arts. Success came quickly with their first three recordings reaching the number one position on the Billboard Top Forty Gospel Chart. Two recordings reached the number two position, with the subsequent recordings all reaching the top ten. They are dubbed by many as “The World’s Greatest Choir.” 

After celebrating 20 years of music ministry, the choir’s main focus remains lifting up the name of Jesus.