William J. London is a singer/songwriter and a native of Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas. He discovered his gift and love for music at the young age of 3 and began singing in his local church. Rooted in gospel music, William found a love for classical music and received local and national recognition for his talents. He started his professional career as a background vocalist at the age of 13 with blues singer, Jim Belushi of the Blues Brothers. He has had the opportunity to share the stage with some of gospel’s most influential artist.
He released his Debut EP, “Come Too Far”, in June 2016 which earned
him the title of Independent Artist of the Year (2017) by The Key of Gospel Music & Ministry Awards. He has written for a number of local artists and has had the opportunity to travel the world, sharing his gift. William currently serves as the Worship Pastor at the Ramp Church of Texas under the leadership of Overseer Evan D. Risher. A powerful and radical worshiper, William J. London is one of DFW’s and the nations worship leaders, on assignment to release a Kingdom Sound into the earth that is sure to bring God glory!
The Glory Anthem was written as reminder that God takes pleasure in allowing his glory to rest in our hearts. Not because we are qualified as vessels but because he takes pleasure in giving us gifts that bring him glory. Sin separated us from God, but through Christ Jesus blood we have counted worthy to carry His glory in the jars of clay. This new established worship anthem is a clarion call to all worshipers to release the glory inside of us. In return God responds by sending his glory which results in miracles, signs and wonders being released in the earth.
The Glory Anthem was written and produced by Caleb S. Mitchell. Featuring Local worship leaders and professional artist on background vocals: Tameka “Nikki” Sanford, Nia Washington and Colton Blake. The band consists of musicians that are experts in the industry (Drums: Kendall “Kwill” Williams; Bass: Vernis “Hollywood” Washington; Guitar: Jabari Johnson and Keys/Production: Caleb S. Mitchell). Engineered by Geoff Rockwell (Wax Studio, Fort Worth, TX); mixed by Micah Breedlove and mastered by Doug Van Sloun (Focus Mastering).
Kingdom Culture Enterprises/TKC Music Group