Gospel duet with Robeson roots set to release new single, ‘We Are One’ – The Robesonian

Gospel duet with Robeson roots set to release new single, ‘We Are One’  The Robesonian


Shown is the “We Are One” cover, the latest single by husband and wife gospel duo David and Tiffany Spencer. The single will be available on Friday on all digital outlets.

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LUMBERTON — The newest couple on the gospel scene, David and Tiffany Spencer, will soon release their new single “We Are One.”

The single will be available on Friday on all digital outlets. The release date is also Dr. Martin Luther King Jr’s birthday. The song is a reminder that King’s dream can be a reality. “If we remember that we are one, we can get to the Promised Land together.”

“We Are One” is a battle cry that people should continue to labor together until King’s dream is realized, according to the Spencers.

“I enjoyed recording this song, and I hope listeners will embrace the message,” Tiffany said. “Our goal is to help people move past divisiveness by singing along with us — ‘We Are One.’”

The 2020 elections brought out the best and worse in people, David said. Voters on both sides of the aisle were very passionate and rightfully so.

“We have to be careful not to let passion turn into hate towards our brothers and sisters who may not agree with our political stance,” David said. “Our differences do not have to divide us.”

The new single is riding the momentum of the couple’s recent successes.

“Gonna Make It,” the couple’s breakout single, has been featured on radio stations around the country, charting as high as No. 22 on the Gospel Internet Radio BDS chart for airplay. The duet’s album “One Touch” was named the 2020 Kingdom Image Award Best Album of the year and won a 2020 Rhythm of Gospel Award for Best Packaging.

“It was such a huge honor and privilege to get the call four years ago to produce a few tracks for David and Tiffany’s acclaimed project, ‘One Touch,’” said Chris Adams, CEO of Von Joie Music. “Having worked with many versatile artists, I found working with them allowed me to take music production further without boundaries. Their chemistry, bond, and anointing made the records shine.”

David and Tiffany’s vocals are featured on records with Kim Cash Tate, Bryon Walker, Sheri Jones Moffett, Will Harris Fellowship Chorale, JaShawna Bellamy, and many more projects. James Patrick Stuart, Emmy Award nominee, featured the couple’s “soultry vocals” on his record “Can You Feel Me,” which he performed on ABC’s General Hospital.

David and Tiffany Spencer, high school sweethearts, met during choir rehearsal at Lumberton Senior High. They are now happily married and have three children: Daveah, David Jr. and Amiyah. Tiffany is a music educator at Spring Hill Middle School in Scotland County. David serves as the minister of music at Macedonia Missionary Baptist Church, in Bennettsville, South Carolina.

The couple recently returned to their Lumberton roots to perform a gospel duet for the Carolina Civic Center’s Spotlight on Local Talent concert series.