In the spring of 1989, five weeks after their debut album was released, Billboard magazine certified it as the Number 1 Spiritual album in the country. The album stayed on the Billboard charts for a consecutive 45 weeks, setting a new record for gospel recordings. read more
On October 29, 1988, five months after their first rehearsal, the 150 voice aggregation recorded its first album and video. It can truly be said that they were an “overnight success”. The album, entitled “Mississippi Mass Choir Live”, remained in the number one slot atop the Billboard Magazine Top Gospel Charts for 45 consecutive weeks, setting a record for a debut recording of any genre.
Their next four recordings - God Gets the Glory, It Remains to be Seen, Reverend James Moore Live with Mississippi Mass, and Reverend James Moore Live with Mississippi Mass at Jackson State University - all reached the number one position. Their first album after the untimely passing of Frank Williams in 1993, I’ll See You in the Rapture, reached the number two slot on the Billboard Chart; second only to Kirk Franklin’s recording-setting release. All of their subsequent recording reached the top ten or top twenty positions.
"Then Sings My Soul" - available in stores and on ITunes
June 2011 - South Africa
"Serving God Through Song" is the motto and the mission of The Mississippi Mass Choir. read more