Cord J was a premature baby born 2 months early in a small town on the outskirts of Houston, TX. Once delivered he died and was life-flight to Herman Memorial Hospital where he was brought back to life. He was known as a “miracle baby”. Since the age of 3 Cord has been singing and his mother knew that he was special. She would take him many places as a child to sing. People begin to recognize his gift and would ask for him to sing at their churches. When Cord was 15 he featured as the lead role (Malcolm) in a gospel stage play titled “May The Works I’ve Done Speak for Me”. Around the age of 16 Cord mom took sick. He witnessed many strokes and seizures from her. He would sing to her sometimes and see how it would make her feel better, and it was then he realized that he wanted to pursue singing as a profession. He has always had a passion for people and his goal is to create inspirational music to help people get through their pain, struggles, sickness, etc… just as he was able to help his mom feel better. Cord would write songs about his life and when he was 18 he recorded his first song title “Castaway”. Since then he has been singing with his gospel group SOS (Sounds of Salvation) as well as performing songs off his soon to come album. Cord is on a mission to Make God Famous, so stay tuned because the best is yet to come.
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