Tasha Page-Lockhart’s highly anticipated album, THE BEAUTIFUL PROJECT (Fo Yo Soul / RCA Inspiration), is available everywhere. This is the sophomore effort from the former BETSunday Best champion, Stellar Award winner and Detroit native. Page-Lockhart released her debut album, Here Right Now, in 2014.
Featuring the lead single, “Over and Over,” THE BEAUTIFUL PROJECT not only showcases Page-Lockhart’s stunning vocals, but her songwriting and production talents as well. She wrote or co-wrote seven of the album’s ten songs and produced a majority of the tracks. She also collaborated with other powerhouse music-makers including Myron Butler,Bryan Popin, AyRon Lewis, and her husband Clifton Lockhart for the project. In addition, the album features Popin on “Beautiful Savior” and Izze Williams on “Help Us” and was executive produced by Kirk Franklin, Ronald Hill, andPhil Thornton.
Having overcome numerous personal challenges including addiction and homelessness, Page-Lockhart shares her powerful testimony throughout the heartfelt collection, singing about God’s enduring love and faithfulness over contemporary gospel melodies infused with R&B and jazz. Of the message that she prays listeners will take away fromTHE BEAUTIFUL PROJECT, Tasha says: “The first record dealt with addressing the things I’ve overcome. This record deals with the next step. Now that we’ve addressed those things, and have been delivered from them, what’s next? The Beautiful Project speaks to the process of us being an active participant in our journey towards victory. We are works in progress. We are the project and we are beautifully made by God. Despite what you’ve gone through or what people have said about you, God is not done with you he has made you beautiful.”
THE BEAUTIFUL PROJECT is available in stores and via all major digital retailers: http://smarturl.it/BeautifulP
THE BEAUTIFUL PROJECT: Track List
- You Are Good
- I Got Joy
- Over and Over
- When I Think
- If Any Man
- Help Us (feat. Izze Williams)
- Just What He Said
- Beautiful Savior (feat. Bryan Popin)