Caribbean Gospel Star Sherwin Gardner Delivers New Hit Album, ‘Fixer’
Internationally-acclaimed Caribbean Gospel star Sherwin Gardner delivers his new studio album Fixer, now available worldwide from all major digital retailers, from FOX FUSE. Born in Trinidad and Tobago and now based in Antigua and Barbuda, Gardner celebrates over 25 years in the Gospel music industry and is a bonafide triple-threat as the producer, performer and songwriter of this collection of Gospel anthems, under his own imprint Flow Masters Records.
Gardner has been earning his musical stripes for most of his life, producing music for 19 years now and performing for 31 years, ever since the tender age of five. His seasoned artistry and talented vocal delivery have cemented him as a global ambassador for Caribbean Gospel music, cultivating a fruitful career and strong fan base along the way.
Featuring 15 Gospel gems, Fixer showcases Gardner’s versatility by delivering fusion flavors that span contemporary Gospel, soca, reggae, dancehall and even EDM. He experiments with numerous genres to maximize his ministry to the masses, and Fixer is a gift to his loyal listeners and Gospel music fans everywhere.
“The album name Fixer is about sharing a message that will impact many lives globally – God can fix anything,” Gardner reveals. “We know what we created so we can fix those things. It’s the same way with God having made us, He can fix us and our circumstances. Whatever your storm is, give it unto Him – God can fix it!“
Gardner collaborates with international Gospel heavyweights such as American Gospel star Deitrick Haddon (cast member of Oxygen’s Preachers of LA) for the soca-spiced “Praises Go Up,” and Jamaican-born, British Gospel songstress Annastasia Baker (X Factor contestant and winner of UK Gospel talent competition Time2Shine) to bring EDM vibes on “Wet Me Down.”
Working alongside other top Caribbean musicians to finesse Fixer, Gardner teams with producers Reuel Lynch and Joshua Ali (also a featured artist on the dancehall-flavored “Explosion”) from Trinidad, and Brukway Production in Antigua, to create authentic soca sounds. He also joins forces with Gospel reggae star Joel “Positive” Murray to craft the only reggae track on the album, “Watch Over All.”
The official music video for “Watch Over All” was shot on location in picturesque Antigua and now debuts on VEVO. “This is a great step for Caribbean Gospel Music and I am grateful to God for opening such major doors,” adds Gardner.
With his Fixer at the helm of Fixer, Gardner looks forward to bringing his new songs and sounds to Gospel music fans far and wide, and is currently on a European tour. He officially launched the album at home by headlining the Gospel Fest Antigua and Barbuda.