Shout Out Sunday. 15 Questions With Gospel Legend John P. Kee.

John P. Kee is a Gospel Singer is from Charlotte, North Carolina and Senior Pastor of New Life Fellowship Center. Winning many accolades including a Billboard Music Award, a Soul Train Award and numerous Stellar Awards. Kee’s songwriting and vocals have been hailed by critics throughout his career, often by mainstream artists across various genres of music. Known as “The Prince of Gospel Music,” and having been active for more than 20 years in the music field. Kee is primarily known both for his signature, soulful, husky voice and for mixing traditional gospel with modern contemporary gospel. In 2005, Kee was inducted into the Gospel Music Hall of Fame. Kee’s new album I Made It Out debuts at #1 on Billboard’s Top Gospel Chart and #1 on Billboard’s Current Gospel Albums Chart.

My favorite gospel artist growing up was…

Rance Allen.

Artist I would like to perform with or do a duet with…

Al Green.

The song I would perform at the Grammy’s would be….

Jesus Is Real.

My dream venue to perform at would be….

Carnegie Hall.

Working with Snoop Dogg was like…

Super Amazing.

The main challenges in music today are…

Staying consistent.

My favorite album is…

Songs in the Key of Life by Stevie Wonder.


My favorite vacation spot is…

My Lake house in Lake Norman, North Carolina.

My favorite childhood memory is…

Growing up with my dog Fluffy.

My favorite movie is….

Harlem Nights.

My most treasured memory is……

Riding with my father in the truck.

What brings you the greatest satisfaction……

Knowing that my kids are safe.

Holiday at the beach or in the mountains?


Dubai or Paris?


Michael Jackson or Prince?

Michael Jackson.

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Everyone can keep in contact with him on social media:

John P. Kee on Facebook and keetwit on Instagram.



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