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    Tamela Mann Gears up to Release Her Sophomore Gospel CD “The Master Plan” in Stores November 3


    Star of Tyler Perry’s “Meet the Browns” TBS Television Series to Also Co-Present with Co-Star and Husband David Mann at This Year’s Upcoming Soul Train Awards

    LOS ANGELES–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Tamela Mann’s “The Master Plan” gospel CD will be released this Tuesday, November 3. Following up Tamela’s 2004 “Gotta Keep Movin” and “The Live Experience,” which spawned a Top 20 Billboard Gospel chart hit and 2008 Stellar Award nominations for Female Vocalist of the Year and Contemporary Female Artist of the Year, Tamela releases her sophomore solo CD nationwide.

    Tamela, who also co-stars in Tyler Perry’s “Meet The Browns” on TBS playing Cora Simmons; and husband David Mann, who plays her on-screen father, Mr. Brown, will co-present for the Gospel category on the November 3 taping of the upcoming Soul Train Awards, scheduled to simulcast on Centric and BET on November 29 at 9:00 p.m. EST. The new season of “Meet The Browns” will also begin airing on November 4.

    “The Master Plan” was produced by Grammy Award winning Myron Butler (Kirk Franklin, Yolanda Adams); and Terrell Carter, and features a more contemporary urban/R&B twist to traditional gospel music. As co-writer on “I Trust In You,” “Here I Am,” “Anything For You” and “In Him,” Tamela also performs a stirring new arrangement of “The Lord’s Prayer.”

    Prior to Tamela’s solo recording debut with “Gotta Keep Movin’” and “The Live Experience,” as a member of Kirk Franklin and The Family, Tamela was the soloist on the Grammy-nominated “Song of the Year” – “Lean On Me,” which featured Mary J. Blige, Crystal Lewis, R. Kelly and Bono. “Father Can You Hear Me” and “Take It To Jesus” are also included on the soundtrack album of “Diary Of A Mad Black Woman.” Tamela, whose Cora Simmons role on “Meet The Browns” television series originated from her role in the movie “Meet The Browns,” has also starred in other Tyler Perry hit films “Diary of a Mad Black Woman” and “Madea Goes To Jail”; and his plays “I Can Do Bad All By Myself,” “Madea’s Family Reunion” and “Madea’s Class Reunion.”

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