The refreshing, melodious, vibrant sound of Kwatasian Hunt is one of the most powerful, distinct voices in gospel music. With hundreds of performances under her belt, she's performed to the likes of national governmental dignitaries in Alabama and Washington, D.C. She has shared the stage with some of the greatest names in gospel music such as Tye Tribbett, Angela Spivey, Donnie McClurkin, Vashawn Mitchell and Marvin Sapp. Kwatasian has provided live background for Donald Lawrence, Lady Tramaine Hawkins, Beverly Crawford and LaCresia Campbell and Kim Burrell, Byron Cage and Ted Wynn.
On July 11, 2013, Kwatasian Hunt released her first single “What Gain” featuring Dove Award Winner, Grammy and Stellar Nominee Antonio Neal. Bishop Hezekiah Walker, National Gospel Recording artist and song writer has credited Kwatasian’s voice as “anointed.”
Growing up, Kwatasian was exposed to different genres of music and developed an affinity towards classical and gospel music. Kwatasian’s music ministry has taken her to both national and international platforms. With her distinct sound, she has captured the attention of listeners around the world. Kwatasian was nominated for and won the Alabama People’s Choice Award for Contemporary Artist of the Year. She was also nominated for Montgomery’s Best Female Soloist, Voices of Gospel Music Awards Female Vocalist of the Year and Praise and Worship Leader. Kwatasian also received the Church Girls Rock Award for her contributions to the community. She has ministered to millions as she was interviewed and sang on Trinity Broadcast Network! Two of her most recent assignment were ministering at the National Holy Convocation for the Church of God In Christ's Official Day and singing with the Seattle Repertory Jazz Orchestra for the 30th Duke Ellington Sacred Music Concert in Seattle, WA. Kwatasian’s ministry is direct and her focus is clear. “The music ministry that God placed inside of me has been birthed and will undoubtedly reach generations to come. It's no longer just an emotional ballad; my music is designed to touch the depths of souls that one may seek a closer relationship with Christ.”
Kwatasian holds a Bachelor's Degree in Psychology from Troy University and a Master's in Human Services from Amridge University. One of her greatest career achievements was developing and implementing the Education & Training Institute with her former employer. She now holds the position of State of Alabama's Employee Assistance Program Coordinator.
This musical jewel offers the world not just another song, but a powerful ministry and substance for the nations. Kwatasian serves in her community and is an active member of New Life COGIC, its choir and praise & worship team. She is married to Theodore Hunt and together they share four beautiful children. Kwatasian currently resides in Alabama.