Converted Soul, now inked to the burgeoning record label BEATZ FOREVER ENTERTAINMENT (distributed nationally by Sony Red), is comprised of biological brothers Danny and Dwight Ladd, Jr., (respectively known as C.H.A.O.S. and SounDoctrine), and first cousin Danielle Darrington-Rowe, this lyrically diverse trio creatively fuses hip-hop with R&P (rhythm and praise), while simultaneously spreading the soul-converting gospel. The group was formed in the spring of 2001 and its name is derived from Psalms 19:7, which reads, "The law of the Lord is perfect, converting the soul." In this particular scripture, the three found a parallel in which to live their lives.
A unique aspect of their music is that of the audience they reach. Converted Soul's music is considered to be universal, as they have succeeded in finding a balance between all ages, gender, and ethnic backgrounds. Because music is today's universal language, the group's mission is to continue to spread the Word of God, and lead as many people as possible to Christ by reversing the carnal mindset of today's society through the medium of Hip-Hop Gospel.
In addition to receiving national radio airplay, Converted Soul has also appeared on the Trinity Broadcasting Network's (TBN) JC-TV program. They also ministered live on the Word network as participants on the Tribe talk show. The anointed three-some has also shared venues with such notable artists as: Deitrick Haddon, Marvin Sapp, The Williams Brothers, Generation J, KJ-52, Erick Matthews, Charles Woolfork, etc.
Most recently, Converted Soul has been on the road opening for Gospel Hip-Hop veterans G.R.I.T.S. (formerly of Gotee Records). They've also taken part in the "Doin' it Big Tour" featuring Canton Jones and Mr. Del.
April 2004- Debut album "Problem.Cause.Solution"
Fall 2007- Sophomore album "Conscious Decisions"
Converted Soul- Problem.Cause.Solution
Songs performed are-
1. Intro (varies-30 to 60 seconds)
2. Don't Hate"
3. He Deserves The Praise
4. Boys to Men
5. I Wanna Serve Him
6. What's His Name
We perform a remixed version of Al Green's "Everything is Gonna be Alright."
The Preached Word often comes in the middle of our set, but it all depends on how the venue is designed.
-sets normally average 30-45 minutes
There are no upcoming dates at this time.