Connie Larissa Tate
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Connie Larissa Tate


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You’ve seen the video of ‘Spirit and Truth’ by Connie Larissa Tate, former member of the Grammy award winning Mississippi Mass Choir, on BET Video Gospel and The Word Network Video Gospel. Now you can purchase ‘Spirit and Truth’ and other powerfully anointed hits on Larissa’s debut cd entitled Desperate.

When asked why she chose Desperate for the title, Larissa replied “People are desperately seeking for love in all the wrong places. But I came to say that one only needs to be desperate for a relationship with Jesus with whom true love begins and never ends.”

Desperate is a masterful collection of 16 songs with spirit stirring ballads of worship and smooth R& B, 70’s funk rock and urban hip-hop praise hits that will cause you to ask someone “You got somewhere I can shout!” “O Zion (He Reigns Remix)” brings hip-hop and funk that make you want to get in the aisle to get your praise dance on. The rock guitar intro of “Let It Rise” will get the saints jumping. In addition to “Spirit and Truth”, “Breathe”, “My Worship” and “I Can’t Live Without You” are just three of the songs that prepare, lead and keep you in the throne room.

To describe a few of the tracks in such minute detail however really don’t do Desperate justice. Upon your first listen of the project you will find that it speaks for itself.

Singing since the age of 4, Larissa was a member of her church choir before becoming a member of The Mississippi Mass at the young age of 14. As a member of “The Mass” she was a powerful soloist performing such inspirational tunes as “One More Time” with the late Rev. James Moore and “Having You There” on the Bobby Jones Show. At her 1996 commencement ceremony from Tougaloo College, she sang the ‘Star Spangled Banner’ with such emotion people are still talking about it. Upon leaving the “Mass” she took on her current role as worship leader for gospel chorale Romans VIII. Larissa is currently signed with independent gospel label Destiny Records.