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Koryn Hawthorne is a talented American gospel and contemporary Christian music singer who has made a significant impact in the music industry. Born on December 26, 1997, in Abbeville, Louisiana, Hawthorne grew up in a family of musicians and began singing at a young age. She honed her skills by performing at local events and churches, and her talent soon caught the attention of music industry professionals.

In 2015, Hawthorne auditioned for the eighth season of the popular singing competition show, “The Voice.” She impressed the judges with her powerful vocals and was selected to join Pharrell Williams’ team. Hawthorne made it to the finals of the competition, where she performed a duet with Williams and received high praise from the judges.

Following her success on “The Voice,” Hawthorne signed a record deal with RCA Inspiration, a division of Sony Music Entertainment. In 2017, she released her debut single, “Won’t He Do It,” which quickly became a hit on gospel and Christian radio stations. The song spent 41 weeks at the top of the Billboard Hot Gospel Songs chart, making Hawthorne the first female artist to achieve this feat.

Hawthorne’s music covers a range of themes, including faith, resilience, and empowerment. Her lyrics are often inspired by her personal experiences and her deep faith in God. In 2018, she released her debut album, “Unstoppable,” which features collaborations with gospel music legends like Lecrae and Natalie Grant. The album received critical acclaim and earned Hawthorne two Dove Awards, including New Artist of the Year.

With her soulful voice and impactful performances, Koryn Hawthorne continues to inspire audiences worldwide. She has performed at major events like the Stellar Awards and the Essence Festival and has shared the stage with artists like Kirk Franklin and Tasha Cobbs Leonard. Hawthorne’s music has also been featured in popular TV shows like “Greenleaf” and “Queen Sugar.”

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