Combined with the likes of Kirk Franklin and Yolanda Adams, William Becton is certainly another contemporary gospel artist who produced waves on both religious and well-known graphs, with fans of gospel in addition to secular listeners who simply appreciate positive music. The vocalist and maker from Washington, D.C. released four albums billed as William Becton & Close friends. Led by Becton, the group debuted using the gospel chart-topping Damaged in 1995 on Intersound, and viewed the solitary “Be Motivated” cross in to the R&B Best 40. Heart of the Love Track (1997) and B2K: Prophetic Tunes of Guarantee (2000) went TOP gospel. From then on, Becton was an effective solo designer. He released Damaged, Vol. 2: Live (2003), offered as pastor of Kingdom Purpose Worship Middle in Charlotte, NEW YORK, and released the solitary “MANY THANKS” (2012).