Lawrence Flowers is an American Gospel music singer, actor, song writer, producer and founder of multi – indie award winning Gospel Group, Lawrence Flowers & Intercession. He attended Florida State University where he studied Music Performance/Edu & Psychology.
He received both national and international exposure from his Billboard charting, praise and worship hit song, “More.” He has had the opportunity to collaborate with many notable artists, including R&B recording artist “Tweet” and Q Parker (112), as well as gospel artist Eric Dawkins, Paris Bennett (American Idol Season 5) and Delvin Choice (NBC’s The Voice - Season 5), to Name a few.
In September 2014, Lawrence Flowers & Intercession released their 3rd album, “Shadow Worshiper”, derived from his favorite scripture (Psalms 91:1). The album hit the Top 50 on the Billboard Gospel Charts, charting at #28 during its first week of sales and debuted at #5 on iTunes top Christian Albums worldwide when it’s official release date.
Since his relocation to Atlanta, GA, 2 years ago, Lawrence has been casted for the following productions, Own’s Greenleaf (season 2 & 3) - Where he gets featured on both the television show and on the soundtrack, Black Nativity (Dominion Entertainment Group), Raise Your Voice (AGI Entertainment), Toxic Avenger (Atlanta Horizon Theater), and Dream Girls (Atlanta Lyric) - where he played the role of cc white brother of Effie White.
October 27, 2017: the newly released album, “Champion”, debuted at #7 on the iTunes Christian/Gospel Chart with the highly anticipated single of “Hey Hey God”, which features Josiah “Jo Jo” Martin. The unplug video of this hit single has garnered more than 700,000 views combined worldwide.