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The best kept secret in music


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Love Goes On 2004


Feeling a bit camera shy


It was at age 17 when LaMont’s older sister convinced him to try out for the male vocalist position, which was open in her high school pop group, that he realized music would be an important part of his life. That year would be the turning point and by his senior year, LaMont was being asked to sing at weddings, banquets and other area events. LaMont founded his high school's first inspirational choir “Voices of Youth" and upon graduation from high school he received music scholarships for both choir and band.

During his college years, LaMont sang gospel music as a part of a trio that toured nationally and was the opening act for many gospel greats such as Shirley Caesar, John P. Kee, Kirk Franklin, Yolanda Adams, and Daryl Coley. Although LaMont enjoyed singing, he wanted to utilize more of his creative energies and so he began writing.

LaMont moved away from gospel to more contemporary lyrics. He began writing his first CD entitled Love Goes On. In March of 2002, LaMont’s song, “You Didn’t Come Home,” was played at the Houston Music Exposition. LaMont began to produce and arrange the final tracks on his debut CD and now offers that work to you through his own company LaMont Music. Love Goes On is an emotionally charged first CD. LaMont wrote and sings all the songs, while producing all but two of the tracks. There is meaning in every note and every lyric.

In addition to his musical talent LaMont also acts and models. You may have seen him in the latest CompUSA Home Networking advertisements. This artist believes in giving back to the community and in 2003, LaMont led his team in the Light the Night Walk for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society’s nationwide evening walk to raise awareness for blood cancers and funds for cures.

Expect to see great things from this artist!