EMI Gospel Signs an Exclusive Recording Agreement with Keith “Wonderboy” Johnson

Keith Wonderboy JohnsonKeith “Wonderboy” Johnson has just inked an exclusive recording agreement with EMI Gospel.

Over the past decade, Johnson has recorded twelve albums and numerous groundbreaking and chart-topping hit singles. “It’s an honor to be with a fine label like EMI Gospel,” says Johnson. “I am truly blessed that my brand and style of music is still relevant today. I look forward to releasing my debut project on EMI Gospel.” A huge fan of quartet music and Keith “Wonderboy” Johnson, EMI Gospel’s Vice President/General Manager, Larry Blackwell says “Today’s signing of Keith “Wonderboy” Johnson demonstrates EMI Gospel’s long-term commitment of recording the best of today’s contemporary and traditional gospel music. We look forward to expanding Keith’s brand and trademark sound in gospel music’s new era.”

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Best known for his signature sound on the gospel quartet music scene, Johnson was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York. He began singing at the age of five as a member of the Spiritual Voices, a group founded by his father, Phil Johnson. A former member of the world-renowned Harlem Boys Choir, Johnson’s music catalogue is rich, classic and diverse.

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He is currently recording a new CD, which will be released in April, 2013. The new studio album will combine Johnson’s signature sound with production by award- winning producer Daniel Weatherspoon (Donald Lawrence, VaShawn Mitchell, DeWayne Woods).

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