On this episode, we will be chatting with Bashir Hogue. BaShir Hogue Began his music ministry at the age of 10 years old by singing for the open door Baptist church choir in Philadelphia, Pa. Blessed with a multi-range voice, Bashir went on and became a lead singer and a praise and worship leader at Deliverance Evangelistic Church. He later started performing professionally at the age of 11 and has worked with various artists. His 2002 debut album “Everyday” was highlighted in London and sold out the first week on Amazon and record stores everywhere. Since then BaShir Hogue has worked with Famed Gospel recording artists such as: Kim Burrell, Karen Clark-Sheard, Maurette Brown Clark, and Rev. Daryl Coley.
He also shared the stage with Andrea Bocelli in NY Harlem Apollo, Kim Allen Sledge from the RnB group Sister Sledge, Tramaine Hawkins, Orlando Wright from BET’s Sunday Best Tv Show, Bishop Paul S. Morton, I am Khalif, Tia Pittman and many more. BaShir Hogue was requested to perform at the National Convention for Former President Bill Clinton in Cleveland, Ohio. In 2010 Mr. Hogue traveled to London to receive The Stellar Award. He was bestowed with the coveted Image Award mid-career and received a second Image Award in 2016. In a documentary movie entitled “Both Sides” which is still in the making as well as the release of his brand new single “Love U Back” BaShir the singer, songwriter, and producer is truly on a path to breaking new ground to his already successful music journey!