R&B Singer Terrie Rimson Talks Transition From Gospel to R&B

Updated: Oct 3, 2019

Terrie Rimson is no newcomer to music. She has been captivating the gospel audiences with her smooth soprano vocals since the age of 5. She had the pleasure to work with several gospel mainstream artists such as, Twinkie Clark, Darryl Coley and Karen Clark Sheard. In 2014, the Philly based artist released her first independent gospel single, “Zion” and it was nominated for 4 Rhythm of Gospel Awards. In 2015, she released two more independent gospel singles, “I Was Created” and “Blessin’ Me”.

In 2017, Terrie decided to cross genres and record R&B Soul music. She released her first single, a cover of Evelyn Champagne King’s hit “Love Come Down”.

Pressed had the opportunity to speak with Terrie Rimson on her new transition from Gospel to R&B, new music, being the first lady and more. The full interview can be heard below.

Check out interview below.

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