GOSPELflava.com: You are considered a legend in the Gospel music genre with a signature style. For this project did you endeavor to take a different approach?
Dorinda Clark-Cole: I tried to stay true to my fan base. I want to be known as an artist that is consistent. The only song I really took a different approach on it the first single "Back To You". I wanted to present a song that resonated with the younger crowd. I considered the children and grandchildren of the original Clark Sister fans.
GOSPELflava.com: Any new collaborations on this project?
Dorinda Clark-Cole: Yes, this was my first time working with Warryn Campbell on a project. Twinkie and I did a song together on this project ("Thank You"). I also worked with Asaph Ward, my longtime collaborator.
GOSPELflava.com: The album title is I Survived; is this a common thread throughout the project?
GOSPELflava.com: As you continue to build as an artist and business woman, what do you want your legacy to be?
Dorinda Clark-Cole: I want people to know that I stand for Jesus Christ. I want them to look at me as a role model and know that it is possible for them to achieve their dreams. It's all about being in the right place at the right time, and allowing God to use you and let your gifts flourish. All of my current ventures were the result of being available for God to use me and taking advantage of the right opportunities. I want people to know that they can do it to, in whatever areas God has truly gifted them in.
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