Lamont Sanders

Born into a family of music Lamont began his earlier years singing in the choir under the guidance of his mother, who was the director and father who played the piano. His life was saturated with music as he traveled around and became known as the young boy with a high vocal registry and melodic tune throughout his hometown of Willingboro, NJ. His musical talents opened many doors and allowed him to travel locally and nationally throughout the country. Lamont started his earlier career as an R&B singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist. Singing before thousands, he held a successful record deal with Interscope Records under, Kenny “Baby Face” Edmonds, Andre Harrell, and Vincent Herbert. Although this career proved to be lucrative for him, he felt as if his life was still incomplete. Riding in the car after a concert, Lamont Sanders had an encounter that ultimately changed his musical direction and mission. He remembers God confronting him with one question, “how many souls were saved”? It was from that point that he decided to make winning souls for the Kingdom of God, his mission. Since this change, God has opened many doors and expanded his platform worldwide. Lamont has made appearances on Bobby Jones BET Gospel Showcase and shared the stage with many nationally known Gospel Recording artists such as Tye Tribbett, Martha Munizzi, Dorinda Clark- Cole, Lisa Page Brooks, Bryan Popin, and many others. Armed with a captivating tenor voice Lamont Sanders readies the release of his debut single “Forever Mercy”, the first single from Lamont Sanders debut album set to release in 2017. The song speaks to the enduring love of God for his children. Sending listeners on a heartfelt journey from the moment it begins, “Forever Mercy” kicks into high gear with a powerful guitar solo that only takes the already high-spirited song to an even higher level by its end. Lamont’s message he conveys in his speaking and music is that, “God will find them in whatever state they are in, and is able to change any circumstance for the good once we let go and let god.”