WORSHIPER. MUSICIAN. PASTOR. SERVANT.

Welcome To Desmond Pringle’s Official Site!

Contemporary gospel artist Desmond Pringle -- a tenor vocalist -- has served as a pastor, worked as an A&R executive, and has written, produced, and recorded with well over a dozen of his contemporaries. He was raised in Charleston, South Carolina and currently resides in California.

Pringle was active in church and took roles in several gospel musicals. After an early-'90s move to Chicago, he entered the music industry by writing material for T.D. Jakes and Rev. Clay Evans

New Single “I Am Praying For You”

“Pastor and Psalmist Desmond Pringle wants you to know when he says and sings, “I am praying for you”, he really means it. Fresh from his Prayer Encounter weekend held in the beginning of May, Pringle releases the heartfelt and stirring single, I Am Praying For You (2019), produced by Grammy award winning producer Cedric Thompson.”

“Pringle states without equivocation, ‘In this season, my attention and affection is being drawn to prayer, being engaged in it and coming to a greater understanding of it. The Prayer Seminar was so much more than an event or occasion, it was a starting point for this space and time of being serious-minded and sincere about prayer and praying. As God speaks to us through our daily realities, I believe he wants to hear from us. Its a call to draw near and to come closer to him. The saints were on to something, if ever we needed the Lord, we need HIM NOW, and we can have access to Him through prayer.’”

-Gregory Gay, www.gospelflava.com

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DISCOGRAPHY

The self-released Psalms, Hymns and Spiritual Songs (1999), recorded live in a Chicago studio on the National Day of Prayer, was his debut. Each recording that followed made an impact on Billboard’s gospel chart. Loyalty (Tommy Boy, 2001), his most successful release, peaked at number nine and was followed with Be Still (Central South, 2006) and Fidelity (Kingdom, 2013). During the latter half of the 2010s, as he continued to work with other artists, Pringle released singles such as “Let’s Adore Him” and “Get Us Through.”

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