Troy Sneed

When Emtro Gospel artist, Troy Sneed penned and released the hit song “My Heart Says Yes”, he literally spoke those words into the atmosphere and allowed God to take the wheel over his life and career. Well, just like the song’s lyrics, this Gospel Hitmaker’s “yes to God’s will and way” afforded him numerous open […]

Gospel Artists, Troy Sneed and Alvin Darling have teamed up for the “All is Well” Tour 2013, which will kick off, March 14th in Georgia.  Earlier this year, Gospel Hit-Maker Troy Sneed promised fans that he would continue touring and promoting his current project “All is Well” and the time has now come. The “All […]

Stellar Award winning recording artist Troy Sneed has enjoyed an amazing hit-making streak over the last decade with Top Ten gospel hits such as “My Heart Says Yes”, “Work it Out”, “The Struggle is Over” and “Hallelujah.” Now, after only a week in circulation, his new radio single “Lay It Down” has debuted at #29 on next week’s Billboard Hot Gospel […]

2011 was a year with so many great Gospel songs, but fans voted “Nobody Greater” by VaShawn Mitchell as the best of the year in the Digital Gospel Music Awards, presented by Elev8! He beat out great songs by some of Contemporary Gospel artists, and received 487 votes, which was enough win 22% of all […]

2011 was a year with so many great Gospel songs, but we want to know which song was your favorite of the year. The field of nominees includes great music from Deitrick Haddon, James Fortune, Kirk Franklin, Marvin Sapp, Mary Mary, Trin-i-tee 5:7, Troy Sneed, VaShawn Mitchell, Wess Morgan and William McDowell. Enter your vote […]

Grammy Award nominated recording artist and producer Troy Sneed’s latest radio smash, “My Heart Says Yes” is continuing to hold steady at #2 on Billboard’s Hot Gospel Songs chart. Meanwhile, Sneed is on the road several times a week singing “My Heart Says Yes” and the other songs from his illustrious career. Here are a […]

“Troy Sneed’s  My Heart Says Yes” is a love serenade to Jesus set to a Latin-inspired musical arrangement reminiscent of Robin Thicke’s “Lost Without You.” The passive listener may mistake Sneed’s whispy falsetto for Earth Wind and Fire’s Phillip Bailey — yes, it sounds that good. The single from the CD by the same title […]