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Donald Lawrence was born on 4 May 1961, in Charlotte, North Carolina USA, and is a record producer, artist, and gospel music songwriter, known for his multiple Stellar Award and Grammy-winning career. He’s collaborated with numerous artists and has written a variety of songs, but all of his endeavors have helped put his net worth to where it is today.
How rich is Donald Lawrence? As of mid-2017, sources estimate a net worth that is at $1 million, mostly earned through a successful career in the music industry, including serving as a vocal coach and musical director as well. Some of the artists he’s worked with include Mary J Blige, Kirk Franklin, Stephanie Mills, and En Vogue. As he continues his career, it is expected that his wealth will also continue to increase.
Donald Lawrence Net Worth $1 million
Donald started gaining popularity as the musical director of the Tri-City Singers in the early ‘90s. The group made its debut with “A Songwriter’s Point of View” which was part of the indie record label GospoCentric Records, and which reached second spot of the Billboard Top Gospel Charts. They then followed it up two years later with “Bible Stories”, then being billed as Donald Lawrence & The Tri-City Singers, and releasing several songs. They joined the newly established label Crystal Rose Records which distributed through Sparrow Records, and in 1997 he produced for Karen Clark Sheard’s “Finally Karen” debut while still working with Tri-City. He then signed a contract with Island Inspirational, but no album was released.
In 2000, Lawrence and the Tri-City Singers signed to EMI Gospel, and worked to promote a new album and released “tri-city4.com” in 2000, which peaked in second spot of the Billboard’s Top Gospel Charts. In 2002 they delivered the follow-up entitled “Go Get Your Life Back”, which featured guest appearances by Ann Nesby and Bishop Walter Hawkins. Donald then released a greatest hits album entitled “Restoring the Years” in 2003, after which he started working on a solo album entitled “I Speak Life”, which was his debut in a contract with Verity Records. There were numerous guest appearances on the album, and it earned him six Stellar Awards. Plus increased his net worth considerably.
The Tri-City Singers decided that they would retire after one last live recording in 2006, and released “Finale: Act One” and “Finale: Act Two” simultaneously – the album’s lead single entitled “The Blessing of Abraham” was nominated for a Grammy Award. Their concert featured guest appearances from Darwin Hobbs, Vanessa Bell Armstrong, and Bishop Walter Hawkins.
Lawrence then worked on his second solo album, entitled “The Law of Confession Part I”, and subsequently released YRM (Your Righteous Mind) in 2011, and “20 Year Celebration, Vol. 1: Best for Last” in 2013. He was also featured in the track “Released” by Bill Winston.
He now works as the host of the show “How Sweet The Sound Choir Competition” on Verizon, and thanks to all of these opportunities, his net worth continues to rise.
Not much is known about Donald’s personal life. He continued to work on various music-related projects, and in an interview, he mentioned that he wants to continue working on his passion, and with new talent.
|Full Name||Donald Lawrence|
|Net Worth||$1 Million|
|Date Of Birth||May 4, 1961|
|Died||September 12, 1964, Ocala, Florida, United States|
|Place Of Birth||Charlotte, North Carolina, United States|
|Profession||Singer, Musician, Songwriter, Record producer, Actor, Conductor|
|Education||University of Cincinnati – College-Conservatory of Music|
|Awards||Grammy Award for Best Traditional Gospel Album|
|Record Labels||Capitol Christian Music Group, Verity Records, GospoCentric Records, Island Records, Reprise Records|
|Albums||Bible Stories, Finalé Act Two, Finalé Act One, Law of Confession, Restoring the Years|
|Nominations||Grammy Award for Best Gospel Song, Grammy Award for Best Gospel Album, Grammy Award for Best Gospel Performance/Song, NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Gospel Album, Soul Train Music Award for Best Gospel Album, I Speak Life, Back II Eden, There Is a King in You|
|Boycott||2001||TV Movie writer: "What a Time"|
|Don't Be a Menace to South Central While Drinking Your Juice in the Hood||1996||performer: "Don't Give Up" / producer: "Don't Give Up" / writer: "Don't Give Up" - as D. Lawrence|
|The Walter Hawkins Tribute Concert||2010||TV Movie executive producer|
|Donald Lawrence Presents the Tri-City Singers Finalé||2006||Video executive producer|
|The Associate||1996||choral underscore|
|Unsung||2016||TV Series documentary||Himself|
|How Sweet the Sound Finale||2011||TV Special||Himself|
|TV One on One||2011||TV Series||Himself|
|24th Annual Stellar Gospel Music Awards||2009||TV Special||Himself|
|Donald Lawrence Presents the Tri-City Singers Finalé||2006||Video||Himself|
|21st Annual Stellar Gospel Music Awards||2006||TV Special||Himself|
|The 17th Annual Soul Train Music Awards||2003||TV Special||Himself|
|The 1998 Soul Train Christmas Starfest||1998||TV Movie||Himself|