Sept. 10, 2012
-- Atlanta, GA – Exciting gospel singer, songwriter and TV personality Vandarray is back on the gospel music scene with her new single “I Made It” but not before she had a literal brush with death. The bubbly Atlanta-based artist not only dealt with her own critical injuries but also experienced the turmoil and distress of seeing her teenage daughter in a coma. The life-changing experience brings new meaning to her uptempo, praise song, “I Made It” which is the first single and title track from her sophomore CD project on JacksO Records.
Penned by Vandarray and Khristian Dentley of Grammy Award winning group Take 6, “I Made It” was actually written months before the tragic accident that almost claimed Vandarray’s life. “It was prophetic,” says Vandarray who could not have foreseen the devastation ahead that would redefine the whole meaning of “I Made It.”
In March 2012, while traveling from a funeral in South Carolina with her daughters, Vandarray was involved in a terrible accident that almost killed her and left one daughter in a coma. Vandarray was cut out of the car and airlifted to a hospital in Augusta, Georgia while her daughter was rushed to another hospital for specialized care. Miraculously, Vandarray and her daughter recovered. Vandarray stands victorious today, alive and well, proclaiming “I made it and I won’t be defeated.”
Vandarray hosts “The Vandarray Show” in Atlanta and is also pastor of a growing ministry in the area. “I Made It” is available online at Amazon, iTunes and CD Baby. For media inquires and interviews, contact Louise Moore at 404-919-3301 or LTLMediaPR@gmail.com.