The Truth, the Way & the Life-Keywiz Project
Wizitry Production House the “House of Melodic Sounds” Connecticut’s new boutique music production Company, the home to inspiration music is proud to present the Keywiz Project.
A new urban, contemporary gospel duo, featuring husband and wife soul mates Keywiz & Ms. Che’ Hairston. These music producers, songwriters, ministers and founders of WPH are spreading the gospel with the integration of jazz, soul, hip hop and melodic chords, topped with conscience lyrical sermons sharing the Word of God.
The Keywiz Project was destined for these kindred spirits; 10 days after meeting Ms. Che’ was diagnosed with breast cancer, with Keywiz never leaving her side, they began working on their new production co. and sound stamp in gospel. With love, and through cancer these two are now sharing their music with the world with the release of their Debut Album The Truth, the Way & the Life-Keywiz Project written, produced and recorded by the Hairston's at Wizitry Production House.
This is just the beginning for Indie Artists Keywiz Project, who was voted the 2016 Holla Back Best NEW Gospel Artist for their 1st single Praises “Hallelujah”. As Blessings and Miracles continues for the Keywiz Project, they take a Huge Leap forward, as they were selected the “On the Come Up” Artist and panel speakers for the Houston Urban Music Festival July 27-30th at the Toyota Center, opening for gospels greats Mary Mary, Kirk Franklin, Tamela Mann, James Fortune and many more on July 27th, 2017 spreading their music ministry to 80,000 people.
With the production for their Film Short “I Love my Wife” featuring the 2nd Single and a medley of songs off their debut album underway. They’re set to release their first book based upon their true story of Love, Cancer & Music Spring 17’, followed by their web reality series “Soul Mate Chronicles”.
Expect the unexpected from this Ordained Disciple Duo. The Truth, The Way & the Life- Keywiz Project is Now Available for Digital Download at All Digital Retailers.
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