Inspirational Gospel artist Charles Anderson is the perfect example of turning something negative into a positive. The Florida native uses his turbulent past to connect with today’s generation who are currently faced with similar situations. Charles rebelled from his Christian upbringing at an early age and became involved in gangs, drugs, and lived a reckless lifestyle. He became so unhappy with his life, he attempted suicide. Charles remains an open book about his mistakes as a young man and is determined to use what was once meant for evil, now is being used for good to help guide and strengthen this new generation.
Charles is now an inspirational Gospel artist, Worship Leader, songwriter and speaker. He strives to be set apart as he is guided by his heart for God and passion to change people through his pastoral duties and through his music.
“What makes me unique as an artist is that my songs that I’ve written come from a birth place of experience, trials, tribulations, setbacks and victories all in which I’ve been through,” Charles shares. “When I minister, I believe others are able to relate and be engaged once they see my authenticity.”
Charles continues, “I’m often compared to Kirk Franklin, Tye Tribbett or Deitrick Haddon. These comparisons come from my high energy performance on stage. However, I have my own style which makes me unique.”
His unique style and passion for ministry are evident in his new single release “Show Me Your Face”. Charles joined forces with Grammy® Award winning songwriter and producer Myron Butler to produce the inspiring worship song. “Show Me Your Face” is co-written by Charles and Brandon Collins.
Listen To “Show Me Your Face”
“I don’t desire to be just another Christian artist, I want to invoke change. A powerful change that directly impacts the music industry, taking the focus off of me as an artist and directing all the attention towards Jesus Christ,” he states. “And through my music, I want people to know that God can take a mess and make a message. If he can change me, he can change you.”
“Show Me Your Face” is available now on all digital music stores and streaming outlets. You can learn more about Charles, his testimony and his music at www.charlesanderson.life.
Source: The Bellamy Group