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William Becton is award as he enjoys succesful comeback

buzzz worthy. . .

Charlotte, N.C.--November 14, 2016--William Becton gratefully accepts the Heritage award and performs the powerful "I Yield" at the 2016 Lamplighter Awards at the Duke Energy Center for the Performing Arts.
 
A night honoring individuals and organizations that are lighting the path for others through their volunteerism and community service, almost didn't happen for Becton and his group.
 
With a chain of events, the day of the award show-a car accident and technical difficulties- Becton pressed on to delight the audience with his engaging personality during a brief delay. He encouraged young artist to remain real and transparent before delivering the powerful, and soulful "I Yield," the latest single from his "Sing Unto The Lord" EP.
 
"To receive an award by my peers in radio, for my contributions to this great institution we call Gospel Music, was a great honor. As I prepare to release new sounds into the atmosphere it was so refreshing to stop and look back at what God has done. I am poised and fueled by faith for what I expect God to do in this next season of ministry and music. Thank you Radio One for this awesome award."-William Becton
 
Known throughout his career for his Trailblazing and Innovative approach to music, William Becton continues to be a trendsetter in his approach to gospel music. His audience, who has anxiously waited for his return to the gospel music industry, is now exhaling and enjoying the new and improved pastor, producer, songwriter and gospel recording artist.
 

Other outstanding Lamplighter performances included Jekalyn Carr, Tasha Cobbs, Anthony Brown, Damon Little, Todd Dulaney, Micah Stampley, Doug Williams, and Wes Morgan.