Hezekiah Walker Biography
Hezekiah Walker is a popular American gospel music artist born on 25th of December 1962 in Brooklyn, New York, United States. His birth name is Hezekiah Xavier Walker, Jr. He is also a pastor of prominent Brooklyn megachurch. He enrolled at Long Island University and graduated in Sociology. He also went to the Hugee Theological Seminary and New York School of the Bible.
Hezekiah Walker is a Gospel musician and has released several albums as Hezekiah Walker & The Love Fellowship Crusade Choir. He is reaching the age of 54 by 25th of December. He started his professional music career in 1987 by releasing I'll make it. Since then he has released a number of albums. He was nominated for a NAACP Image Award for best Gospel Artist in 2001 and he has won the Grammy Awards for Best Gospel Album by Choir and Chorus for twice.
Walker is married to Kyasia Monet. He had a daughter with his wife Kyasia before they got separated legally. He is a gay man which was formally accepted by the gospel singer. Walker holds an American nationality and he belongs to the white ethnicity. He has a net worth of 8 million Dollars.Edit
Walker's birth and education
The popular American gospel music artist, Hezekiah Walker was born on 25 December, 1962 in Brooklyn, New York, United States.He completed his education from Long Island University from where, he graduated in sociology. He also attended New York School of the Bible and Hugee Theological Seminary.Edit
Walker's career in music
Walker began his career in music with an album I'll Make It released in 1987. Oh Lord We Praise You of 1990 helped him to establish as a gospel musician. The 1992's Focus on Glory was his first song among many others enlisted in Top Ten Billboard. His other albums are LIVE IN Atlanta at Morehouse College (1994), Love is Live (2001), Souled Out (2008) etc.Edit
Awards and Nominations of Walker
In 2001, Hezekiah along with LFT Church Choir was nominated for an NAACP Image Award for best Gospel Artist. He won Grammy Awards for best gospel album by Choir or Chorus for twice; first for Live in Atlanta at Morehouse College (1994), and next for Love is Live! (2001).Edit