Tucson, Arizona is where Soulfruit cultivated their priority for GOD, family and community.  They transitioned to Houston, Texas and comfortably flowed in the richness of their African American heritage. Having mastered Gospel cappella, Soul, Rhythm and Blues genres in Arizona, Houston added Jazz, Country and Dancing. Often these activities were done while wearing high heels, notably describing the awesome dancing of the youngest, choreographer, vocalist and writer Vanessa C. Hill. She is the niece of Toby D. Hill, vocalist, songwriter, producer, and only original member. Toby’s favorite instrument is six foot four tenor and Tyren J. Covington.


 Soulfruit has traveled throughout the United States and has been featured on several television networks including TBN, DayStar, PBS, CBS, Fox and ABC affiliates. They have earned numerous awards from stage performances and singing artistry to individual song writing and producing. Soulfruit has also been awarded community service plaques and salutations for activities rendered to urban and rural under privileged as well as entering public and private schools from elementary to Universities.


Soulfruit have shared the stage with gospel legends the likes of Yolanda Adams, John P. Kee, Fred Hammond and Christian Jazz innovators Jeff Majors and Kirk Whalum, Kirk Franklin and Brian C. Wilson, Mississippi Mass Choir and Lacrae  They also shared the stage with R&B legends The Bar-Kay’s, Howard Hewitt and Shalamar’s Jody Watley. Blues legend Denise LaSalle and  Mel Waiters, Hip-hop Slim Thug and Paul Wall, and even a few Country favorites Stella Parton, Mike Snider and Gary Morris to even out the balance sheet of performances.


Over the course of seven albums, thousands of performances and tens of thousands of studio and rehearsal hours, the dynamic trio Soulfruit has remained


a little more than music, a little less than a movement!


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