Based in Savannah, GA, Antwan Smalls, the group’s visionary, is in his 10th year as the Minister of Music at Kingdom Life Christian Fellowship in Savannah, Georgia. Smalls wrote “Let The Sound” with his self-described, urban Christian contemporary” style and passion for charismatic worship to invoke God’s presence, capture the heart of the worshipper in drawing them closer to God.
With his one-of-a-kind, signature voice and high-energy worship style, the singer/songwriter inspires all cultures and creeds to ‘Let The Sound’, that is offered to God be distinctive, truthful, free and radical. Antwan Smalls and Life Worthy began in 2011, after his pastor encouraged the launch into the Christian music industry. The group consists of thirteen singers and musicians, of all from Coastal Georgia.
Since sharing stages with various, extraordinary talents, including Grammy award winning artists, Tasha Cobbs, Erica Campbell and Grammy award-nominee, Mali Music, as well as Jonathan McReynolds, Jessica Reedy, Le’andria Johnson, and Joshua Rodgers; Antwan Smalls and Life Worthy is currently working to complete their debut album and is accepting national bookings and media requests.
On behalf of Antwan Smalls, Gary Swindell Jr., Derrick Aikens, Latoya Hill, Gabrielle Grubbs, Arkeem Brown, Dedrick Clark, Devin Wallace, Robert Saunders, Montrel Jenkins, Porschia Mitchell, Robin Reeves, Sarah Keith, we want to say thank you for supporting us and helping us to represent our God, in the Earth.
ASLW is a really a band of singers and musicians, with an absolute love for God, and passion for music, ASLW offers an energetic vibe of worship that blends cultures and generations, through various styles, and influences. All the while, our mission is to usher in a movement to restore true-genuine worship in the earth that we will produce true-purposeful (and purpose-filled) lives, for God’s kingdom.
Listen to the title track, “Let The Sound” off of our latest project: