Play on Napster Giving equal air time to hard-beat hip-hop and Gospel Choir performance, Pastor Hezekiah Walker has enjoyed no small amount of crossover success in the secular and Christian markets. Were it not for the frequent references to the wages of sin, HezekiahWalker's palpitating rap could pass for just about any hip-hop/R&B hybrid dominating today's secular airwaves.
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By Justin Camacho, Christian Post Correspondent Follow | Wednesday, March 08, 2006 Grammy-winning gospel artist and preacher Hezekiah Walker has denied a recent report that he would be stepping down from his pastoral position due to a secret homosexual lifestyle.
The report, which was posted on musicnewsweekly.com, claimed that Walker had come out of the closet during an extremely bitter divorce between him and his wife, Monique Walker, and was planning to step down from his pastoral position to live together with his gay lover, who was reported as being a transvestite. Walker issued a personal statement shortly after saying that, the enemy seeks to steal, kill and destroy.
It combines two previously separate categories in the Gospel/ Contemporary Christian Music field, Best Gospel Song (for songwriters) and Best Gospel/Contemporary Christian Music Performance (for performers). Grammy's for cover versions of previously recorded songs are awarded to the performer(s) only.