Reggae artiste Abigail Hamilton – At 21 years old, Abigail Hamilton made a name for herself in the gospel industry with a number of awards and nominations for her debut album, Let It Rain, released in 2010. Her fans voted her the winner of two Paramount Mega Gospel Awards: Album of the Year and Best Female Vocalist (2010). Her debut video, I’mma Let It Rain, was also shortlisted for Bet Awards nomination in the gospel category.
Abigail’s unique and appealing style has helped her gain an amazing fanbase that covers all ages and she has graced stages with gospel moguls Mary Mary, Tye Tribbett, Shirley Caesar, J. Moss and JJ Hairston and Youthful Praise to name a few.
Abigail Hamilton has her eyes set on travelling the globe with the aim of spreading God’s love and peace through her inspirational, soulful and groovy music. Her hit singles, I Won’t Move and Still Working On Me are blessing souls through regular radio airplays around the world.
Let It Rain is inspired by this young Brooklyn girl from Kingston, Jamaica who has gone through and continues to experience so many changes and growth. From tragedy to triumph and the questions that prevail about life as one grows into adulthood, Abigail Hamilton sings the songs that make everyone examine their own lives.
This project helps people see life through clearer, more real eyes that will help them acknowledge that ultimately God is in control and only He can Let It Rain according to their deeds and faithfulness.
Her sound is new to the industry and her debut album is a collector’s item as it will be the first step in the journey of a woman of God who is destined to be one of the leading ladies in the gospel music arena globally. Listen to more Abigail Hamilton here on Pauzeradio.com