Gospel Singer Tracy Randall Talks Faith, Music and Not Taking Life for Granted
On this edition of In Black America, producer/host John L. Hanson Jr. speaks with Tracy Randall, Grammy Award nominated singer/songwriter, attorney and cancer survivor.
Randall isn't supposed to be here. In 2006, he was diagnosed with leukemia and after aggressive rounds of chemo and radiation therapy, his doctors gave up and in February 2007 told him to go home and prepare to die. Through pure will, a positive attitude, his faith and alternative medical treatments, he’s still here and still singing.
Following a call from God, his unique talent was that he never aspired to become the Grammy® nominated songwriter, producer, singer, composer or the music/film/sports management executive that he is today. He is constantly reinventing his musical franchise.
Through his music, he graces our ears with the words of faith that each and every single person in this world should live by. Why? Randall, a victim of terminal cancer, has only his faith to hold on to. Living and loving each day, not taking it for granted while extending the best parts of who he is and his heart to others even through his own struggles.