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"Charlotte's own Christian/Gospel artist inspires in her newly anticipated single Prayers Going Up."

"Prayers Going Up" by Bridelle Huston is a beautiful tribute to those suffering from the global pandemic and loved ones who were affected by the tragedy of September 11, 2001. This catchy inspirational track is profoundly moving to feature thoughtful lyrics and an upbeat rhythm with a rap interlude. This singalong single speaks with a message of hope and remembrance for people of all walks of life. Bridelle Huston demonstrates her vocal and songwriting talents that can be compared to other inspirational icons such as Whitney Houston and CeCe Winans. This soulful song is a necessary reminder to never take a moment for granted.

- Evangeline W., Freelance Music Reviewer

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Bridelle Huston, a native New Yorker and known to many as Bri', is a Christian/Gospel artist/singer-songwriter. She began expressing herself through song at the tender age of five, and hasn't stopped since. Bridelle has worked with renown producers/musical geniuses such as Eric Reed, Osborne “Dinky” Bingham, Hubert Eaves III, John Priester (JP), Sean Scales and the late Mike Joseph. Throughout Bridelle's career she has been chosen for select ensembles to perform background vocals for musical icons such as Shirley Caesar, Donnie McClurkin, Yolanda Adams, Helen Baylor and Darius Brooks. In 2008, Bridelle opened for the renowned Yolanda Adams during the Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association(CIAA) tournaments held in Charlotte, NC. Bridelle was featured on a compilation New Artist Showcase project released in 2016 by the legendary John P Kee, and also appeared live on the Babbie Mason show in Atlanta, GA in 2016.  She currently serves as one of the worship leaders in her local church, Hickory Grove Baptist Church (HGBC), Mallard Creek Campus in Charlotte, NC.

In May of 2008, Bridelle, along with her husband Wade released Bridelle's debut project “Onward and Upward”, produced by the gifted Eric Reed. The project was considered refreshing by many of her listeners, and opened so many doors for her to share her soothing voice. Two of her tracks, “Beautiful & Everyday Pray” were featured on Praise 100.9 radio. Bridelle toured the Charlotte NC area, and sang in numerous churches around the country.

 

Bridelle’s follow up project entitled, “Number 1 God”was released in January 2016 and produced by Phillip White Nashville, TN.  The captivating theme ringing throughout every song is to urge listeners to renew and strengthen their relationship with God and the call for unity within the body of Christ between all races, and for the family of God to love one another unconditionally and pursue those who have detached themselves from the body of faith.

Bridelle blessed us again with her hit single "Say The Name" released in May 2019 producers  (JP) John Priester and Sean Scales The song resonated on radio and charted internet panels with DJ Tony D's New Artist profile at Shout 94.7 FM, KDOM Broadcast Network, WOGS 103.9 FM, Grace Radio and others delivering a strong message to believers to cry out to God to heal our land, and to trust Him in all circumstances. 

 

When Bridelle isn't belting out tunes she enjoys writing, walking, skating, styling hair and spending time with her family and friends. Bridelle has also dedicated her time to serve as a representative for Pro Life Organization, Love Life Charlotte, where she can use her voice for the voiceless through prayer and encouraging young mothers to LOVE LIFE.

 

Bridelle is extremely excited about her new release "Prayers Going Up" debuting on September 11, 2020. The single is a collaboration written by husband/songwriter Wade Huston, Bridelle and her brother JR Cody aka R Black Diamond Cody and produced by Wade and Bridelle Huston, Aleney Records LLC. The new single is a timely message written in the heart of the Pandemic to uplift and encourage those who have lost loved ones or experienced separation. Bridelle believes that we must take our cares to God the Father, the only remedy for peace and hope.