Tasha Cobbs Leonard talks marriage, being a woman in the music industry, and her musical journey in the latest Issue of WOE (Women Own Excellence) Magazine.
WM: You and your husband work and travel together. How do you balance being a wife and an artist?
TCL: It is my greatest joy to serve with and to serve my husband! He brings Peace! Lol Balancing the two roles are always a matter of being attentive to one another’s needs.
WM: Black women are constantly striving to fit into a “Perfect Image” painted by society from weight to hair textures, body adjustments and even changing skin tones. Tell us some of the challenges you faced in the industry to maintain a certain image.
TCL: I’ve honestly not experienced very many challenges in the industry as it pertains to image. (Well, not that I know of lol). I do agree that having a “perfect image” is a pressure that we all face. It isn’t always easy being a “fluffy” girl in this world, but I’ve found a confidence in my beauty that no man has the ability to take away.
WM: Tell us a little bit about your musical journey
TCL: I grew up in a very musical family. My entire family would gather together on holidays or any given day to sing in harmonies. We actually had no choice but to sing when we were younger (Inserts smile). My love for music and worship grew from those experiences with my family.
WM: Heart, Passion, Pursuit Live is one of your latest projects. Why do you believe listeners, fans, and followers are connected to this project?
TCL: Heart, Passion, Pursuit Live is one of my favorite projects to date. I believe it connects with the listener because it shows a different, more intimate side of me. I had the opportunity to share testimonies behind the songs. It was just a fun project!
Tasha Cobbs Leonard Covers The March 2019 Issue Of WOE Magazine
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