We are imperfect people in an imperfect world. The hope in it all is to know that He looked beyond our faults and saw our needs. Even not be worthy of his goodness toward us, He saw "The Best in Me!"
With performances often described as Soulful, Inspirational, and Uplifting. This Award winning National Recording Artist believes in “Singing for the Soul.” This Maryland native and graduate from Morgan State University in Baltimore, Maryland received the 2013 DMV Gospel Soul Award; and is a 2016 nominee for the Maryland Music Award (Best Gospel Artist of the Year), Kingdom Image Award (Best Gospel Artist of the Year), and Independent Gospel Artist Radio Alliance Award (Contemporary Artist of the Year and Urban Contemporary Artist of the Year).
Carronne said, “As long as I can remember, music has always been a part of my existence.” Carronne has been gracing venues with her Soulful and Inspirational sound and a featured artist at the Black Heritage Arts festival in Baltimore, MD., National Public Radio, Charm City Improv, Eubie Blake National Jazz Institute & Cultural Center, Howard University’s Homecoming, The Baltimore Convention Center, The Lyric Opera House in Baltimore, MD, Prayzefest Gospel Hour TV show (Atlanta, Georgia), HGS Radio Concert, and AFRAM. Additionally, she has shared the stage with Vickie Winans, David Chance formerly of Ruff Endz; Kindred the Family Soul, Frank McComb, Jae Deal, Stellar award winners, Jessica Greene, Isaiah Thomas, Ernest Pugh, and many others.
In addition to being a recording artist, Carronne is a songwriter, host, speaker, and music publisher, and a member of the Recording Academy Washington, D.C. Chapter.
Her hit sophomore release "The Best in Me"" has been making rave reviews locally and nationally and has been getting radio airplay both in the local and national markets.
Carronne pays homage to God for her ability and her parents for their coaching and support, understanding, I am able to do what I do because of God.