Keiana Parks "Thirsty"

Keiana Parks releases new single and video

Parks wrote Thirsty for the Bizzles, the David Lynns, the Benjamin Watsons, and the Esthers of our time. It takes courage to go against the grain. In the same way, it takes a heart sold out for Christ to stand for Truth.

Even when accused of hate speech, even when misunderstood, even when persecuted (for righteousness’ sake) we’re still called, to be bold as lions. (Proverbs 28:1) Remembering this, that Christ is with us, wherever we go. (Joshua 1:9) Unfortunately, many thirst for the approval of this world, rather than, the righteousness of God. Drunk off the lies, of the god, of this world. However, there’s still time to sober up! (1 Peter 5:8) Your courage and obedience, can save a bloodline! It can save a nation! Yes, even your soul.

Show them love they don’t know!

“For if our gospel be hid, it is hid to them that are lost: In whom the god of this world hath blinded the minds of them which believe not, lest the light of the glorious gospel of Christ, who is the image of God, should shine unto them.” (2nd Corn 4:3,4)

About Keiana Parks

Since childhood, music has always been a big part of Keiana Parks’ (KP) life. Growing up, Keiana and her brothers would make up songs and raps while playing “instruments” they found around the house. Using utensils and pencils to create a beat. Although she was always drawn to music, she didn’t discover her full passion for it until she wrote a poem as her testimony in college. Since then, Keiana has ministered with this poem over 100 times in different venues.

Feeling God drive her toward music, she went on to write her first EP, “My Testimony.” From there, her first music video, “Love for the Lost,” was featured on Rapzilla, and from then on different acting opportunities, collaborations, radio appearances, and more began to pour in.

Having started out under the name “Lady JTO” (which stood for “Jesus Taking Over”), she decided to put music out under the name God called her to be from birth – Keiana Parks also known as KP.

More than anything, Keiana’s faith in Christ is what drives her, and she uses music as a tool to help share Christ’s word. Her original poem turned out to be a driving force behind her path in music and is one she is still on by the grace of God.