The votes are in and the judges have chosen P. Lo Jetson as the winner of the nationwide Most Powerful Voices gospel singing competition. This 22-year-old gospel rapper from Clinton, Mississippi, whose real name is Dale Sellers, beat out more than 500 contestants for the coveted grand prize title.
The competition, which is presented by the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association, GMC TV (formerly the Gospel Music Channel), Roland Corporation and Light Records, launched in November 2011 and ran through April 2012 as a fun way to educate people about stroke.
More than 15,240 people registered to compete or vote in the competition and opted-in to receive monthly stroke information from the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association’s Power To End Stroke cause campaign.
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The top 10 finalists, who were chosen by voters, were judged by gospel music industry leaders such as former Destiny’s Child singer Michelle Williams, Christian Hip Hop artist “Flame” and representatives from Light Records, Roland Corporation, GMC TV and the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association.
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article courtesy of BreatheCast.com