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Titus Glenn

Titus Glenn is an amazing songwriter, singer and arranger. He is a worshipper that has been anointed to minister through song. Born and raised in Dallas, Texas, Titus has been singing since a very young age. Over the years, he has polished and refined his voice. Titus has managed to hone his voice into a unique and distinctive instrument. His poignant background vocals can be heard on albums by world renowned gospel recording artist. Most recently, Titus lent his vocals to Prophetess Juanita Bynum’s latest release “More Passion.” He also appeared on Myron Williams' "Made to Worship," released in the earlier part of 2008.
Titus Glenn has also gotten the chance to work with some amazing artist. He has directed for world renowned gospel/jazz artist Kim Burrell. He was a featured vocalist on the debut album of up and coming group, Tim Clifton with Purpose. Titus has shared the stage with some of the most anointed, skilled singers on the market. This list includes: Micah Stampley, Kierra “Kiki” Sheard, George Huff, Myron Butler and Levi, Tamela Mann and many others. He has worked with the likes of Grammy Award-Winning producer Robert “Sput” Searight, Candy West, Tim Clifton and many others.
Titus Glenn will be releasing his first solo album. The album entitled “The Worshipper’s Corner” is an eclectic offering that was recorded live in March of 2009. This album bridges the gaps of genre and culture. There is something for absolutely everyone.
Though his musical gift is what he is best known for, Titus has also appeared on stage. He is an ordained Pastor within the RHEMA Fellowship of Churches. Titus currently serves as Praise and Worship leader at his church, Latter House Glory Tabernacle, where the pastor is Pastor Elton W. Monday