“Grown & Gospel” Is Set To Premiere On We TV

Grown & Gospel

Grown & Gospel debut this Thursday, March 16 at 9 p.m. ET on We TV. The six segments of the series will be published on Thursdays and will be available to watch on AMC’s streaming service, ALLBLK, on Mondays. Six “career-driven childhood pals” will be featured in the series as they seek their own success in the Detroit church scene away from the impact of their well-known parents. The new series will also feature numerous battles between the ensemble members, as well as some heartbreaking moments.

Grown & Gospel will follow six competitors as they attempt to create a reputation for themselves in the music business.

Grown & Gospel follows six close friends who grew up in the Gospel music community and learned about it from their famous parents. Breeann “Bree” Hammond, J. Brooks, Tasha Page-Lockhart, Elijah Connor, Shana Wilson-Williams, and Nikkia Cole-Beach are the show’s main players.

The teaser for Grown & Gospel teases a lot of drama, as one of the singers admits to having an affair. A male artist fainted on stage while performing elsewhere. Meanwhile, one of the ensemble members states in the backdrop that they will create their own professional route as the next generation while dealing with sorrow.

Mature & Christian is described by We TV as follows:

“Navigating the muddy waterways of the music business and striving to emerge from the clouds of their famous parents…this close-knit group struggles with their rigid parenting and high standards as they strive to be the new generation of Gospel. As they strive to create a reputation for themselves in the music scene and manage their personal relationships with professional goals, hearts are shattered and dark secrets are exposed.”

Scott Shatsky and Carlos King are the producers of Grown & Gospel. Executive producers include Lauren Gellert, Angela Dugan of Kingdom Reign Productions, Ashley McFarlin, Kat Uyenco, and Nisa Ahmad.

Meet the Grown & Gospel ensemble members.

1) Breeann “Bree” Hammond

Breeann Hammond is the daughter of gospel legend Fred Hammond. She quit the Christian business for a while and has returned with a now-or-never mindset. She plans to reunite with her pals and become more involved in the music community.

Breeann Bree Hammond

2) John Brooks

J. Brooks is the son of worship ensemble “Commissioned” co-founder Pastor Michael Brooks. He got his first church job when he was 14 and has been a roaming singer and composer ever since. He thinks that “music makes the category, not the other way around.” Brooks was the first person Bree contacted when she returned to Detroit, and he might be able to help her reunite with the group.

3) Tasha Page-Lockhart

Tasha Page Brooks is the daughter of Lisa Page Brooks, a founding member of the modern gospel ensemble “Witness.” Lockhart is the champion of BET’s Sunday Best and is looking to advance her profession. She has two children and is presently going through a divorce. She may also be confronted with a disturbing truth from her past that will have an impact on her life.

4) Isaac Connor

R&B artist Elijah Connor is the son of a religious minister, not a vocalist. He is forging his own route in the music industry, living by the maxim “Seek for pardon, not approval.” His folks are upset because he never finished his education and chose a different route than religion.

Isaac Connor

5) Nikkia Cole-Beach

Nikkia Clark Cole is the daughter of The Clark Sisters vocalist Dorinda Clark Cole. She was a wayward child who is now juggling a hectic life with her children, working as Clark Sisters’ tour manager, and managing the family alone because her spouse is in jail. She wishes to “avoid the wrath of her history.”

6) Shana Wilson-Williams

Shana is the mother of two children and the daughter of praise leader parents who has been active in the church for over 30 years. Despite being the chorus conductor, she feels like an interloper in the Christian music business and will have to work harder without any “coattails to ride.” Mature & Gospel, a six-episode series, airs every Thursday at 9 p.m. ET.