Terrie Rimson is no stranger to the spotlight, she has been captivating audiences with her smooth soprano vocals since the age of 5. Born in Oakland, California, by age 10 her family moved across the country to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, a city that has produced artists such as Jill Scott, Musiq Soulchild, Phyllis Hyman and Patti Labelle. For several years, Terrie has performed as a background vocalist with Gospel Artists such as the late Daryl Coley, Grammy-award winning Twinkie Clark and Karen Clark Sheard.
By 2014, Terrie catapulted to center stage as a Gospel artist releasing several singles such as “Zion” (2014), “I Was Created” (2015) and “Blessin’ Me” (2015). She continued to evolve into a television personality with creating and producing an internet Reality DocuSeries simply titled “All About Terrie.” In 2016, Terrie toured throughout the United States promoting her Gospel music; but in 2017, she crossed genres to become and record as a R&B/Soul artist. Her first single under her new genre was a cover of the Evelyn Champagne King widely successful 1982 hit, “Love Come Down” which was released in July 2017 with production by CEO of Rhythm Avenew Entertainment, Deryck “D.Rim” Rimson. Later in the same year, she released a cover of the late Donny Hathaway Holiday hit, "This Christmas." After a 6-month hiatus, Terrie released her debut album "Threads of Love" which was released on September 28, 2018. Terrie's current single, penned by both her and her son, Deryck "D.Rim" Rimson, entitled "It's Not Worth It" is currently making waves in the UK and Amazon Charts. Terrie Rimson is not just another R&B/Soul singer, but she is the strength of love in the melody of music.