La Twain sure ‘It’s Gonna Be Al­right’

The Star (Jamaica) - - Front Page - SHEREITA GRIZZLE Staff Re­porter

“Ev­ery­thing is gonna be al­right.” That is the mes­sage be­ing sent by hus­band-and-wife gospel duo La Twain on their lat­est sin­gle.

The track, duly ti­tled It’s Gonna Be Al­right, was re­leased on June 1 and is geared to­wards bring­ing hope to those fac­ing ad­ver­si­ties brought on by the COVID-19 pan­demic.

Speak­ing with Gospel Spot­light, Len­ford Young, one half of the singing duo, said that hav­ing seen the hard­ships brought on by the pan­demic, he and his wife thought it would be a good idea to re­as­sure peo­ple that bet­ter days are ahead.


“The in­spi­ra­tion be­hind our lat­est sin­gle stems from the cur­rent state the world is in due to the coro­n­avirus pan­demic. The song seeks to en­cour­age per­sons strug­gling with their health, per­sons who have lost a loved one, a job, that par­ent try­ing to make two ends meet, that God is in the midst even in these dark times, and ev­ery­thing is gonna be al­right. Just don’t give up,” he said.

“Trust God and be­lieve. Push a lit­tle fur­ther and keep fight­ing, once you be­lieve it, you will achieve it.”

The pair, part­ners in mar­riage and min­istry, say the track has al­ready be­come a huge bea­con of hope to lis­ten­ers.

“Re­ac­tions to this track so far have been amaz­ing,” said Ter­ryAnn Young. “They (lis­ten­ers) are re­ally lov­ing this one. One per­son said it’s timely be­cause it speaks to their sit­u­a­tion, an­other said it’s very up­lift­ing and is a daily en­cour­age­ment for ev­ery sit­u­a­tion. We are re­ally over­whelmed by the re­sponses. Our ex­pec­ta­tion was for this song to be ex­actly what it has be­come, a daily in­spi­ra­tion for per­sons who are go­ing through try­ing times.”

The track is avail­able on YouTube and all other dig­i­tal stream­ing plat­forms. La Twain re­vealed that they are cur­rently work­ing on their third stu­dio al­bum, to be ti­tled I Am A Win­ner.

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