"Sounds of Imani" from metro Detroit, is known to be one of the hardest working duo's in the contemporary gospel music genre. This is evident in their music filled with anointed lyrics and the sharp and tight sound they strive to maintain in their music as musicians and singers in God's kingdom. As independent award-winning recording artists, the duo/group affectionately known as Pastor G & Lady C continue to tour with their full band and minister hope and the gospel message to many lives as they have since they began in 1996. "Imani" means" faith. Sounds of Imani seeks to live out their lives according to their name and to become more Christ like always. Sounds of Imani music brings a unique blend of pop, contemporary gospel, and smooth jazz, coupled with an upscale flavor of old-school R & B. Their sound has garnered the attention of contemporary gospel music lovers of all ages, whether performing/ministering live or on radio stations/shows playing their music in the USA and abroad. Pastor G and Lady Carol have strong musical ties going back to their days of their youth. They perfected their gifts of music and talent to the point there was no doubt their purpose and destiny would include a long career in music ministry. Sounds of Imani has gained numerous independent music artist awards, nominations, and recognitions. A full list of credits they have earned, more info, and music is available on their website. "We are inspired to write lyrics for songs that touch the heart and soul of people. The songs we write come from our own heartfelt personal experiences and we believe that factor makes our music reachable, receivable, and believable!" Our Influences: Just a few of our musical influences come from both gospel and secular artists such as Walter & Tramaine Hawkins, The Hawkins Family, Edwin Hawkins, Earth Wind & Fire, Patti Austin, Billy & Sarah Gaines, Atlantic Starr, BeBe & CeCe Winans, Helen Baylor, Phil & Brenda Nicholas, Kindred the Family Soul, Rene & Angela, Peabo Bryson & Roberta Flack and more......to name a few!