Anointed to change lives through worship, Minister Cinque Cullar uses his gifts and abilities to bring people to a deeper knowledge of Jesus Christ through the undeniable power of music.
The international singer, psalmist and worship leader came to the realization at an early age that he possessed a unique capacity to connect with people from various walks of life. Years of development and training in Chicago’s famed Soul Children set the stage as God ordered the young man’s steps, and the favour of the Lord opened doors for overseas travel throughout Europe with Gospel legend Reverend Jessy Dixon as well as tour dates in Switzerland and Israel.
Valuing the importance of a good education, Cinque Cullar attended Alabama State University attaining his bachelor’s degree in Communications and a master’s degree in English. His love for young people would eventually lead to the formation of the Tribe of Judah in 1997. TOJ has touched the lives of over 300 young people since its inception and has travelled the country extensively supporting the release of two well received projects.
Cinque’s debut solo project, Letters to God was heralded and celebrated by devotees as well as newcomers alike. ChicagoGospel.com described the project as personal reflections from the heart of a worshiper presented for the world to hear. With powerful praise anthems Continual Praise and Let the Glory of the Lord, the music ministry of Cinque Cullar touched the masses as he travelled across the country and internationally sharing his witness and personal testimony alongside Jonathan Nelson, Tye Tribbett, JJ Hairston, Judith McAllister, Kim Burrell, Dorinda Clark Cole and others.
Cinque’s sophomore project Life and Worship Live in Sweden picks up where Letters to God left off, placing him in a live worship setting. Cinque is at home leading the international audience to behold the beauty of the Lord as the presence of God takes up residence from the beginning song to the very end. With captivating music such as You Are, the artsy delivery of Operator (a fitting tribute to the late Rev Jessy Dixon) and the runaway smash hit single Believers Declaration, Life and Worship will stand on its own merits as one of the best live worship experiences ever recorded.