Min. Keith Carter Jr. is the lead singer of the group called Unlimited. They was formed in the early 2000's and they was formally known as the JU2 (Johnson Unlimited 2nd Generation). Unlimited was inspired to follow the footsteps of several family members in the Quartet Music Genre. Unlimited realized that there is no limited to where God can take them or what he can do for them if they follow his will through their ministry.
Tony Bush accepted christ at an early age and begain playing pots and pans in the kitchen of his grandmother's home. At such a young age, Tony began to grasp what his calling was. At the age of five tony began playing drums full time in church. To also has played with many great gospel artist.
Sharaye Williams is 26 years old and is on fire for the lord. Sharaye attend Union Grove Baptist Church where she loves working with the youth and young adults. Sharaye is also on the youth leaders broad, the Choir, the first time guest ministry and she is on the praise and worship team.
Jenise began sining on the children's choir at the age of 2 years old and at the age of 11 years old she began writing her own songs. From her fathers advice Jenise continued writing and decided to get a vocal coach to help her with her craft and was given several opened doors to minister through song.
Tammy Edward is a tradition Gospel Singer that love the lord. Tammy Edward sings with her sisters. You can buy there music by clicking below: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B015LJ338U/ref=dm_ws_ap_tlw_trk2
Fred Perry & 2nd Generation is a traditional gospel group. Their love for gospel music goes back for many generations throughout the family. They are a family group that truly loves the Lord and want to use their love for muisc to minister in song. Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Heaven-Sent-Fred-Perry-Generation/dp/B00U00JBQO/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1444354749&sr=8-1&keywords=fred+perry+%26+2nd+Generations
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