Cinque Cullar Delivers Letters To God
When Cinque Cullar sings “God has been good to me”, he articulates those words with heartfelt assurance, conviction and power. A Chicago native, his love for music would lead to an association with the famed Soul Children of Chicago, travelling across the United States. As his gift made room for him, Cullar would travel overseas and minister across Europe with gospel legend Jessy Dixon as well as various stops in Switzerland and Israel with SCCOC founder Walt Whitman. Cullar would find his next place in the gospel group Fortitude, recording for Word Records and garnering a Stellar nomination.
Some years later, Cullar (now an ordained minister and Alabama State University alum) moves into his next chapter, recording and releasing his solo CD debut Letters to God. Featuring the production artistry of Percy Bady, Freddy Moffet and G. Lafayette Simmons, Letters to God is Cullar’s way of using music to show his appreciation for all that God has done. His lead single, Continual Praise is making impact at radio as he gets in gear to kick off a tour with his beloved Tribe of Judah, the college choir he founded while at ASU.