NY’s Latice Crawford’s BET Sunday Best Alum And Songbird Brand-New EP The Cure

June 4, 2021

BET “Sunday Best” alum Latice Crawford’s new EP, The Cure, is available now.

The transparent and motivational EP is concrete proof of Latice’s ability to deliver melodic and soulful messages to listeners and followers of Christ.

THE CURE is available now on all major digital retail and streaming outlets.

“This new music I’m releasing is all about our common symptoms (our temptations, struggles, stumbling blocks on our journey, those pills we use to maintain or fill our voids.) My hope is that my music will simply help us identify our stuff, see that we all have the same issues and that we all use a variation of the same resources. I hope that we can judge less, and come together to see, and ultimately find our common source, the cure, Jesus Christ,” Latice Crawford shares.

THE CURE by Latice Crawford is a six-track confessional with transparent lyrics revealing her testimony over the last few years – diving deep into love, life, relationships, and religion.


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THE CURE features the ballad, “Amazing” – a beautiful ode of gratitude to God with Latice’s signature vocals; “Something, Something” with a throwback vibe, and “Your Fault” which is sure to get all believers to the dance floor.

The New York native and Stellar Award-nominated singer stole the hearts of believers on BET’s singing competition “Sunday Best,” using her three-octave, contralto vocal range, finishing third on the second season.

Her self-titled debut album reached two Billboard charts, and the Top Gospel Albums chart.

Her second album, “Diary of a Church Girl,” also appeared on the Top Gospel Albums chart.

Many may already know the fabulous, runway and editorial model, but Crawford also is a contributor to Essence and Huffington Post, writing on a range of topics to include mental wellness, parenting, race relations, and self-care.

Follow Latice Crawford on social media using the handle @LaticeCrawford.

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