Tasha Cobbs Biography

Natasha Tameika "Tasha" Cobbs is an American urban contemporary gospel musician. She released the extended play Grace in 2013 with EMI Gospel that has now turned into Motown Gospel. This extended play charted on two Billboard charts.

Tasha Cobbs was born Natasha Tameika Cobbs, on July 7, 1981 in Jesup, Georgia. Her parents are Bishop Fritz Cobbs (1954–2014, aged 59) and Lady Bertha Cobbs. She grew up in the church at Jesup New Life Ministries, where her parents led the church. This is where she started singing during their worship services as a child and throughout her teenage into her young adult years.

Since 2006, Cobbs now leads worship and ministers in Atlanta, Georgia at dReam Center Church by leading the Worship & Arts Department. She is on the pastoral staff at the church, which is lead by William Murphy.

She started her solo music career in 2010, with the independently self-released album, Smile. This got the attention of EMI Gospel that is now Motown Gospel, and they released her extended play, Grace, on February 5, 2013. The extended play charted on two Billboard charts, and those were The Billboard 200 at No. 61 and at No. 2 on the Top Gospel Albums chart. In a subsequent charting, the extended play charted at No. 1 on the Top Gospel Albums chart. The singles "Break Every Chain" and "For Your Glory" charted at No. 1 on the Hot Gospel Songs charts.
Source: wikipedia.org
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