Gospel artiste Glacia Robinson 'Don't Worry' - 'Hold My Hand' - you are a 'Survivor'



GLACIA, a native of Jamaica, began singing locally at four years old which then led to national and international engagements. After high school, she participated in the discipleship and arts based programs with Youth with A Mission (YWAM) in Jamaica and Canada.

Glacia's ministry is extensive and she has brought hope to those in hospitals, prisons, schools as well as on the streets, the poor, she has worked with various churches and secular entities. Glacia has also been a participant of the Bob Marley International Reggae Day in Kingston Jamaica. Glacia's unique gifting has gained her audiences with a wide cross section of dignitaries and politicians became the first gospel artist invited to the Prime Ministers Private Gala in Jamaica.

An anointed, talented, writer, poet, composer, co-arranger, songwriter and worshiper, Glacia has worked closely with award winning producers of Jamaica: Jon Williams, Alex Martin Blankin, Dennis Rushton. As well as gifted and internationally acclaimed singers, songwriters and producers, Roby Duke, Terry Clarke, Robert Varnadore; Mark Brown; Robert D. Watson(Composer for film and Television )Carolee Mayne; Tommy Walker (Integrity Music). The renowned, Eddie Perez (who has worked with the likes of Ashanti) and Maurice Gregory (aka) Brian who has worked with Jamaica's first Stella Award winner; Papa San, Grammy winners Beenie Man; Shaggy, Kanye West; other reggae artists like Diana King and Wayne Wonder, just to name a few.

Her original song "Hold My Hand Today", produced by Jon Williams held the number one position on the Caribbean Gospel Music Charts for over six months, "Its Not Over Now", held the same position for three months. Glacia's song "Survivor", was written for her fellow country men in response to Hurricane Ivan. It has been topping the charts favorites, bringing hope in the face of adversity to all who hear it. Glacia has several musical recordings and has been the recipient of following awards: The Jamaica Cultural Development Commission (JCDC): Original Song Competition Winner, Most Outstanding Song (1998); JCDC, Most Outstanding Performer (1998) The Jamaica Cultural Association of Composers, Authors and Publishers (JACAP): Best New Artist (1998 1999) Songwriter of the Year (1999) XNEWS Gospel Song of the Year, Its Not Over Now (2000) The Jamaica Federation of Musicians, (JFM): Best Gospel Song -- Its Not Over Now (2000) Membership Award --JFM and JACAP, (2003). The Marlin Awards Pop/ Rock Recording of the Year Survivor (2006) Glacia's international travels have taken her to New Zealand, USA, Cuba, Antigua and Barbuda, Belize, Canada, Bahamas and the Cayman Islands.

Her heart embraces society's rejected and dejected. Glacia has joined forces with those geared at releasing hope to the hopeless and utilizes her music to soothe their pain as well as offer counsel and help. Her giftings have applauded the efforts of many charitable organizations including, New Hope Childrens Home in Mandeville, Jamaica WI, several Sekelela Zambias Orphans Inc, events in Florida: providing housing, food and medical relief for Zambias HIV/AIDS orphans, relief for the sick and abandoned in Lesotho Africa, as well as the homeless of Hollywood, in California's downtown areas.

Glacia has ministered alongside reputable artists such as Helen Baylor, Bebe Winans, Anointed, Grammy award-winning Bob Carlisle, Carolee Mayne, Valerie Boyd, Skeeter Davis, Stellar award-winner, Papa San, Tommy Walker(Integrity Music) Sitchie, Lester Lewis, Candi Staton Carlene Davis, Delane Bailey, Judy Mowatt,(formerly of Bob Marley and the Wailers), Beenie Man, Luciano, George Banton, Grace Thrillers, Yami Bolo, Ken Boothe, Ernie Smith, Junior Tucker, Sandra Brooks, Mighty Diamonds, Sis Skully, Fab Five, Joan Flemmings, Diania King, Sean Paul and many others.