Helms Is Currently Managed by BPM Music Group and Working on New Projects
August 7, 2014- Andrea Helms, best known as the runner-up on BET’s Season 4 Sunday’s Best TV show, is taking her budding music career in a different direction. Andrea recently parted ways from the umbrella of Music World Gospel (MWG) as the MWG family experiences changes in its organization. Andrea is now in pursuit of a new career as an indie artist and under the management of BPM Music Group, LLC. Andrea is currently exploring her options as an artist and working to build a repertoire of music for her fans. “I am so blessed to have this platform to minister to people through music. I am extremely excited about my future plans and know that my fans and supporters will truly enjoy all that I have in store,” says Andrea Helms.
Attorneys Heather Beverly of the Law Office of Heather Beverly, P.C. and Deborah E. Johnson of the Law Office of Deborah E. Johnson, Esq., worked amicably to provide the best long-term career goal options for Andrea as well as MWG. Andrea currently has no plans to sign with another label; however, she is open to the idea of signing with the well-known RCA Inspiration or Motown Gospel in the future. Both of these labels have picked up other Sunday’s Best participants and winners, including Le’Andria Johnson and Crystal Aikin. Currently, Andrea is set to release a new album this fall. Her management and legal team are striving to build momentum for the new project.
Andrea Helms hit the scene with a successful freshman album, “Moving Forward”, which featured seven unique covers to popular songs like “Yesterday” (Mary Mary), “I Love the Lord” (Richard Smallwood), “Because of Who You Are” (Martha and Daniel Munizzi) and “Encourage Yourself” (Donald Lawrence). Andrea has a very unique voice, offering a perfect blend of soulful gospel and classical training. She credits her upbringing and her father’s love of music as influences on her style and technique. Fans can look forward to new music from Andrea Helms in the coming months, which will include covers of “Refiner’s Fire” (Brian Doerksen) and “Alabaster Box” (Julie Meyer). The Clap Your Hands album will also feature new, original works entitled “Clap Your Hands”,”You Are”, and “Almighty God”. Fans can also look forward to Andrea making appearances at various upcoming events and concerts.
More information about Andrea Helms, new music, appearances and tours, can be located at www.andreahelms.com.