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Angelia Robinson

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Angelia Robinson
Birth nameAngelia Robinson
GenresContemporary Christian, gospel
Years active2009–present

Angelia Robinson is an American gospel, motivational speaker, contemporary Christian recording artist, songwriter, and author.


In 2009 Angelia released her debut album, Lessons in Love.

A single from that track, Wishing You Were Here” was selected to be part of the soundtrack for the film Saving God, starring Ving Rhames.[1]. In 2010, Angelia joined the One Love Gospel Cruise, sharing the stage with gospel greats like Hezekiah Walker, Yolanda Adams, Shirley Caesar, and Donnie McClurkin. Also, in 2010, she made history as one of the first urban gospel singers to perform at the Stellar Awards.

In 2012 Angelia moved to Texas to collaborate with Fred Hammond to work on music and television projects. Angelia's hard work, dedication and relevance to women of all ages, color and religion, garnered her a product endorsement deal with Diva By Cindy Hair Care Products, a co-host spot on the revamped television show, Inner City Gospel[2], and co-host on the Sean Sarvis Radio Show The Big Talker on CBS Radio.[citation needed]

An outspoken advocate for women’s empowerment, in 2015 she joined Pure Romance where she currently serves as senior Executive Director[3].In March 2021 Angelia published her first book, Who R U? Tales of a Survivor, which chronicles her life story, one where she experienced abuse and bouts of depression, but also triumph and empowerment. When asked during a July 2021 interview with Voyage Dallas magazine what advice she'd share with readers who might just be starting out, Angelia cited consistency, passion and patience as crucial to navigating the road to success[4]




  • 2021: Who R U?: Tales of a Survivor ISBN 1-736-45910-4 Search this book on .


Year Title Role
2011 Nocturnal Agony song lyrics / song sung by


  1. Marovich, Bob. "Angelia Robinson - Lessons in Love". Journal of Gospel Music. Journal of Gospel Music. Retrieved 15 March 2021.
  2. Martin-Simmons, Melissa. "A Diva Helps Domestic Violence Victims". Modern Ghana. Modern Ghana. Retrieved 15 March 2021.
  3. Robinson, Angelia. "Pure Romance: About Me". Pure Romance. Retrieved 15 March 2021.
  4. "Check Out Angelia Robinson's Story". Voyage Dallas. Retrieved August 2, 2021.


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