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GRAMMY Award winner Le'Andria Delores Johnson (born January 23, 1983) is an American gospel musician and singer-songwriter. She was born in Palatka, Florida, to Bishop Gregory Johnson and First Lady and Pastor Sharon Johnson.
Le'Andria was born into a musical family. She began singing at the age of two in her father's church, HQ Ministries in Altamonte Springs, Florida. She went on to become the praise and worship leader within the church. She was inspired by The late Rev. James Moore, Commissioned, Dorinda Clark Cole, and Kim Burrell to name a few.
During a July 2020 interview with Juandolyn Stokes on "Sister Talk," Le'Andria opened up about her appearance on the "Iyanla, Fix My Life" reality show in which she shared her former addiction to alcohol. She said, "Just because you have a relationship with God doesn't mean you have no problems. I owned up to it! Let go and give it to God and get some help!"
Johnson goes on to say, "I chose to live my life openly. Don't hide what you're going through. Don't act like it doesn't exist. Go to a therapist, if needed."
"I live openly to show you that I'm going through, just like you. But there's still hope! Stay positive. Find the key to the door that seems locked."
When asked, "What do you do now (during COVID) to stay encouraged?" In true, tell-it-like-it-is fashion, LeAndrea responded, "I like to have little gatherings and invite people over to eat and talk. I play spades and tunk. A good meal and a good card game...That's alright with me!"
With the release of her soul-stirring new single, "Deliver Me!" it appears Le'Andra is headed in one direction--up!!
Le'Andria offers these encouraging words:
"All you beautiful queens... encourage yourself, speak to yourself. Stand strong, hold on, don't give up. Always have your communication with God. Let God lead and guide you."
Note: Out of love and respect for Le'Andria Johnson, the editors of SalvationLive! have chosen not to re-hash unnecessary and over-covered details from her past.
References and credits:
Sister Talk on WAOK radio - Juandolyn Stokes