TV One’s “R&B Divas: La” stars Lil’ Mo and Kelly Price are fed up with the sanctified-secular music divide.
While on the red carpet at BET’s “Celebration of Gospel,” they let it be known that their choice not to sing exclusively about Jesus, does not mean they lack an authentic relationship with Him.
“We’re on R&B Divas LA, but we’re still church, we’re still saved,” said Lil’ Mo.
“All day!” Price echoed her sentiments, with a succinctly and sassily stated confirmation during the divas’ promotional appearance and interview at the Orpheum Theatre in Los Angeles, CA Saturday, March 16.
Last month, TV One announced that, in addition to its successful Atlanta “R&B Divas” reality show, the LA cast had been officially added.
Currently, production is underway on the eight-episode series, slated to premiere during the third quarter of 2013. Alongside Kelly Price and Lil’ Mo, “R&B Divas: LA” will chronicle the lives and careers of Chanté Moore, Dawn Robinson, Claudette Ortiz and Michel’le Toussaint.
“[We’re] Still turned up on the Lord,” Lil’ Mo added, as Stellar Award-winning gospel artist Kierra Sheard conducted the interview.
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‘We’re Still Saved’: R&B Divas Stars Kelly Price & Lil’ Mo Slam Sanctified-Secular Music Divide was originally published on praisecleveland.com