Published on May 16th, 2019 | by Nicole Vear
April Hall, Newest Member on the Enon Music Group Roster Makes Bold Statement With Release of Her New Single “Saved”
For years, April Hall has successfully and consistently proven to be a powerful force to be reckoned with. She skillfully adds new depth to the term “housewrecker”, demolishing church audiences and Gospel music lovers in auditoriums great and small up and down the east coast as well as establishing a formidable international following. Enon Music Group now takes April and her ministry to the next level with the nationwide release of her new single, Saved. April delivers a refreshing sound to an old classic, and then brings it home with a dance and a “Hallelujah” shout!
Its almost hard to imagine that April’s earliest beginnings came at the tender age of eight opening up for quartet concerts alongside her father. April was honored to share the stage with the premiere quartets in our nation, including Harvey Watkins and The Canton Spirituals, Keith Wonderboy Johnson, and Kenny Davis and the Melodyaires. Little did she know that her gift would indeed make room for her and bring her before great men. Doors of opportunity opened and she would join the ranks and minister along some of the nation’s Gospel stalwarts like Isaiah D. Thomas, VaShawn Mitchell, Ricky Dillard and New G, Damon Little and Donald Lawrence. April was a featured soloist on Damon Little’s 2016 smash hit, I Won’t Be Defeated, which spent some 27 weeks on the Billboard charts and peaked at number 9.
Saved is bringing new members into the fold of “April believers” as the single is available now on digital outlets and streaming platforms and making waves at radio in the coming weeks. With a desire to expand the kingdom for Jesus through outreach and soul winning, April can be found weekly humbly serving in ministry and being a recipient of the WORD at her local church, The New Antioch Church (Baltimore, MD) under the leadership of Bishop Orlando Wilson. She also serves as Assistant. Music Director at the Southern Baptist Church (Baltimore, Md) under the leadership of her cousin, Bishop