Cynthia M. Eubanks

cynthiaWhen God blesses us, He does it in a way where He will always receive the glory and we must say that there is “Nobody Like the Lord.”

New Gospel artist, Cynthia M. Eubanks understands that God is the one who has brought her through every situation, and has been singing the words, “Nobody Like the Lord,” since she was a young child.

Born and raised in Chicago, IL, Cynthia M. Eubanks has been singing since, four years old and her dynamic and unique vocal style has been known to reach all ages and touch the heart of listeners.  Cynthia has been blessed to sing on several National platforms, including the opportunity to sing “The Star Spangled Banner National Anthem” for the Chicago Sky WNBA league.

As a New Gospel Artist and believer of Jesus Christ, Cynthia released her new single, “Nobody Like the Lord” to Gospel Radio and to supporters of her music online.

“Nobody Like the Lord” is an uptempo, hand clapping, traditional song, which will keep listeners moving and singing right along with Cynthia’s powerful voice from beginning to end.

As Cynthia’s first radio single, “Nobody Like the Lord” has received major love from radio in several cities, including her hometown of Chicago, IL.

After releasing “Nobody Like the Lord” in March-2016, WGRB Inspiration 1390 AM radio in Chicago, aired the single and Cynthia was interviewed by co-hosts Angela Martin and Mark Smith.

As “Nobody Like the Lord” continues to be added at Gospel Radio across the country, Cynthia M. Eubanks will continue to share with others, her single and more music from her upcoming project.

“I am thankful to God, because He has given me a voice to sing His praises and I enjoy ministering the gospel through song. I sing from my heart and soul so that I may reach many people through the lovely melodies of songs “for what comes from the heart reaches the heart” of course never relying on my own ability only through God’s anointing.” -Cynthia M. Eubanks

“Nobody Like the Lord” is available on iTunes and on other online retailers.


Published by

Mark Weber

Mark Weber publishes the MarkWeberMusicBlog.

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