DIRECTOR OF LITURGICAL ARTS
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Brittney Williams joined Enhance LLC (An Ecclesial Moral Compass) as the Director of Liturgical Arts in the May of 2021.

 

Brittney Williams, a native of Atlanta, Georgia is a Contemporary Christian artist, worshipper, and psalmist.

 

Her love for music began at an early age. It all started at seven years old when she was selected by the choir director to sing two solo selections: "Rise Again" by Dallas Holm and "I Surrender All" by CeCe Winans in Spanish at Victory Baptist Church. As she continued growing as a singer, at the age of 13 she began songwriting. Within this stage of development, it afforded her the opportunity to become an affiliate with SESAC which is a performing rights organization that collects royalties on behalf of songwriters, composers, and producers.

 

Although she grew up singing in church, she also enjoyed other styles of music. During her teens and college years, she ventured out as an artist into different styles of music such as R&B, Soul, Pop, and Hip-Hop. She worked with Grammy-Nominated artist, B.O.B when they both attended Columbia High School. Also, she worked with Grammy-Nominated producer, Cortez Farris who produced platinum hit records for Whitney Houston, Alicia Keys, Lauryn Hill, and many more nationally known recording artists. At a particular point in her music career as a pop artist, there was a window of opportunity when she could have worked with either Warner Music Group, Epic Records, or Universal Music Group. Towards her last year in college, life began to take a turn for the worse and she knew it was a sign from God re-directing her path. She realized that The Lord had a greater purpose for her to fulfill as a worshipper. She closed the pop artist chapter of her life and allowed God to take her on a journey of healing. From 2006 to 2017, Brittney lead praise and worship for the middle/high school, college, and young adult ministries at New Birth Missionary Baptist Church where she attended for 26 years. Afterwards, she attended and served on the praise team at Embassy International Worship Center for a few years. She had the opportunity to be apart of their live album “Possess The Land” which has over 1 million global streams. Brittney now attends Victory Church.

 

She is a graduate from Georgia State University with a degree in Journalism and a minor in Music Management. As a voice student in the music management program, she was afforded the opportunity to be classically trained by an international opera singer. Also, she has a paralegal certification from the University of Georgia. As an advocate for education, she has appeared at metropolitan Atlanta schools and partnered with Junior Achievement of Georgia to help motivate students achieve success.

 

In 2015, she created an event called “Dine and Worship” where she ministered in song every other Sunday at Coaxum’s Low Country Cuisine and was featured on V-103.3 FM several times.

 

Brittney also has a heart for the homeless community and created “The Songs of Hope” tour in 2017. Her heart’s mission was to give back by ministering songs of God’s love, hope, and encouragement to the homeless. She partnered with Gateway Center, 7 Bridges to Recovery, Restoration Atlanta, and Royally Refined.

 

On September 25, 2017, she released her first single called “Key To My Heart” which has reached across the globe such as India, United Kingdom, Italy, Canada, Japan, Germany, Bermuda, and Kenya. “The Missionary Show” on Vision Radio, 105.1 FM featured her as a guest artist where she shared her testimony and ministered in song. Also, Brittney has been featured on LOV3RZ magazine and “Key To My Heart” continues to receive radio airplay on #MusicLov3rz Radio.