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Angelia Robinson -Nocturnal Agony

Angelia Robinson

ANGELIA ROBINSON was born in Washington, DC, but grew up in the Maryland suburbs. In and out of the church while growing up, Angelia reacted like a sponge to all types of music during a time where she felt music was not as segregated. The name, Angelia (pronounced “An-ja-lye”), is Greek and means “Messenger of God”. Angelia’s singing combines powerful vitality with dignity and strong spiritual beliefs. Since coming onto the scene in 2009, Angelia has shared the stage with gospel greats such as Yolanda Adams, Shirley Caesar, Hezekiah Walker and Donnie McClurkin, just to name a few.

Now Angelia is realizing a dream she thought she’d sacrificed years ago to get her life in order. It's been a long road for Angelia, but it's her powerful voice and gentle fun loving spirit that will guide listeners through songs that tell incredible stories. In her breakout year, Angelia’s song entitled “Wishing You Were Here” off of her debut cd “Lessons In Love” was selected to be a part of the music compilation distributed by Cloud Ten Pictures for the movie “Saving God,” starring Ving Rhames. Now she is making more movie noise by being hand-picked to write for the 2012 motion picture release of “Nocturnal Agony” starring Malachi Senior, Lawrence Hilton Jacobs, Vernee Watson and Hezekiah Walker. Experiencing her own pain in regards to child sex abuse, Angelia’s song “Nocturnal Agony” in the film is sure to cut to the core of many others that have suffered in the same manor. As part of her healing process, Angelia lends her celebrity as an Ambassador for the GSRD Human Trafficking Organization in the fight against child sex slavery. For more information visit www.angeliarobinson.com and www.globalslaveryremembranceday.org

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