CHURCH ON THE MOON, (January 25, 2011-Verity Gospel Music Group.) debuted at the #1 spot on Billboard’s Gospel Charts! LISTEN BELOW TO HEAR HIS SINGLE-WELL DONE
Haddon explains the vivid title to his new release, “There’s so much sadness and craziness going on down here on Earth, I want to take listeners somewhere else for a while,” says Haddon. “Church on the Moon is Gospel music from another perspective—a record that takes you on a journey. When the last song has played, you will feel far above any problems that were weighing you down.”
In February of 2009, Haddon was appointed Pastor of Kingdom Culture Church (formerly High Praise Church) in his hometown of Detroit, Michigan, taking over the post long held by his father. Since then, the membership has grown from 400 to almost 2,000 attendees. Haddon’s mission is to empower young leaders to sprout from his community to reach out into the world to spread a Kingdom Message far and wide.
“I believe in raising young leaders that are bold in their faith to take authority in the culture and be influential,” says Haddon. “We teach them to start their respective businesses with integrity, faith and morality.”
Haddon’s wife, Damita, who co-wrote several songs for Church on the Moon and sings the duet “Save Somebody,” is also an accomplished artist.
Deitrick and Damita Haddon made their acting debuts in the feature film “Blessed and Cursed” (2010), a modern retelling of the dramatic Biblical account of Saul and David. The film also starred Sheryl Lee Ralph (Moesha), Drew Sidora (Step Up) and a host of Gospel music stars including Karen Clark Sheard, Kierra ‘Kiki’ Sheard, Dr. Bobby Jones and Rance Allen.
Deitrick has an upcoming appearance on Monique (BET) TODAY, Monday, February 14th and the Church on the Moon video premier will be on GMC this Saturday, February 19th.