Outside of the lights and cameras, Tamela Mann brings a new sound to the gospel audience. An appearance that is bashful and a strong soul and voice.
Tamela began singing in her church’s choir and also sang solos at the age of 12. She blossomed in the local church and in her high school choir. She began her music career by joining the Kirk Franklin and the Family choir. She also joined the musical cast of the stage play He say… She say… But What Does God Say?
In 2005, she created her own label called Tillyman Music with her actor husband David Mann, which they released several projects. For example, her studio album Gotta Keep Moving and her first live album The Live Experience. Her two explosive songs, Father Can You Hear Me and Take It To Jesus can be heard on the Tyler Perry film Diary Of A Mad Black Woman. Mann has made collaborations with singers like Mary J. Blige, Al Green, R Kelly, Fred Hammond and more. Her 3rd studio album in 2012, Best Days was #1 the on the Billboard charts and was #14 on the Billboard 200.