Check out the new music video by Earl White
Earl “The Bassman” White Earl White (October 05, 1967) has had a long standing career in the music industry. He is an Independent gospel artist, musician, writer and producer who hails from the Bedford Stuyvesant section of Brooklyn, New York. Earl moved to Atlanta, Ga. in 2005, where he laid a foundation and made himself at home. In 2009, he was appointed Minister of Music at Mt. Zion Baptist Church, where he served faithfully for several years. In 2013 Earl was approached by Stellar Award Winner Announcer of the Year, Bobby Parker, to write and produce a theme song for his radio show. Earl not only wrote and produced the theme song for the radio show but when Bobby Parker was ready to do a video show, he solicited Earl once again. The Bobby Parker radio and video shows are on air in North Carolina, Tennessee, Arkansas, and Texas.
In March of 2016, Earl was asked by his pastor, D’Andre Green, to produce a theme song for The Church Without Walls – The Hope Center, a newly launched church. In July of 2016, Earl was named Urban Male Contemporary Artist of the Year by the IGARA Radio Alliance. He also received Inspirational Song of the Year for his single “If You Don’t Know” which also won R & P Song of the Year. Earl was also nominated in two other categories for this single. Because of his many established relationships within the industry, Earl has been afforded many opportunities to sing background vocals, play bass guitar, and drums. He has established himself not only in gospel music but in other genres as well. Earl’s work with artist such as Kelly Price, New Edition’s Ron Devoe, Teddy Riley, Hezekiah Walker, and the late Timothy Wright, has not only yielded lasting industry relationships but the space to take his ministry in music to the masses. Earl’s music can be purchased on iTunes and Amazon. It is available for streaming on the following mediums, Spotify, iHeart Radio, and Rhapsody.