Throughout the years, Keisha Mayo has produced harmonious sounds with gospel choirs such as the 98.7 Kiss FM Inspirations Choir, the Worship & Praise Mass Choir, Voices of Praise, Pilgrim Cathedral of Harlem Gospel Choir and the Pilgrim Cathedral of Harlem Praise team. She was also a member of two female gospel groups called “Special Blessings” and “Spirit”. She has provided back up singing for artists such as Donnie McClurkin, the late James Moore, Kirk Franklin and Yolanda Adams. Her vocal inflections can also be heard as backgrounds for rock group Matchbox 20, P. Diddy, Patricia Ingrim (The Crossing Over Project), up and coming artist Demi of Columbia Records, rapper Sygone produced by Just Blaze and also Neo.
Pursuing one of her many talents, Keisha joined the New York Reach Ensemble Choir and has performed in the award winning black musical production “Mama, I want to sing”. She also had an acting role in plays such as “Dana S. Hubbard’s “Every dog has it’s day”, an off broadway play called “Dinner at Grandma’s and Floyd Cromwell’s “Black Metropolis”. She has appeared in performances at the Beacon Theatre with plays such as “Martin Luther King” and “James Moore”. With loving support of her family and the Lord’s guidance, Keisha recorded the song “Faith ever increasing” written by her mother Evangelist Barbara A.G. Mayo along with the Worship & Praise Mass Choir. She has now released her first gospel single entitled “I Believe God” and currently working on completing her first gospel project. As Keisha continues her journey through life, she will always carry a strong conviction and faith in God. With God all things are possible