Tomeka Tiller

Tomeka Tiller

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Out of the wilderness, into HIS likeness, TOMEKA TILLER is on FIRE for CHRIST!

Biography

Gospel singer, Tomeka (Bennett) Tiller was born in Mobile, Alabama.
As the daughter of a pastor, Tomeka began displaying her soulful voice at
the age of 4 in her father’s church in Cleveland, Ohio. At the age of 11,
Tomeka moved to Atlanta, GA with her mom and began singing in school
and in different talent shows. She later became a member of a gospel
... group named "Complete" and shared her gift with many churches and
conferences throughout Georgia and abroad. The group eventually came
to an end, and Tomeka decided to pursue a career in play writing.
She wrote and premiered her first gospel stage play entitled "When
The Sin Hits The Fan" in 2008. The play was a success, but her
passion for singing was still brewing. In 2009, Tomeka became the lead
singer of a funk rock band named "Soulantis". As lead singer, Tomeka
made a name for herself singing at different festivals, clubs and
events and was enjoying the spot light, but even through all of that excitement, something was still missing and her gospel roots were constantly calling her, In 2012, Tomeka decided to go back to her first love and pursue a career in gospel music. She is currently promoting her new album,
“I AM TOMEKA TILLER",