Tasha Page-Lockhart

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Tasha Page House
Birth nameNatasha Marie Page
Born (1983-03-21) March 21, 1983 (age 36)
Detroit, Michigan
OriginAtlanta, Georgia
GenresChristian R&B, black gospel, urban contemporary gospel, contemporary R&B
Occupation(s)Singer, songwriter
Instrumentsvocals, singer-songwriter
Years active2003-2004; 2013–present
LabelsRCA, Fo Yo Soul
Associated actsWitness, Lisa Page Brooks

Tasha Page house (born March 21, 1983 as Natasha Marie Page) is an American Christian R&B and urban contemporary gospel artist and musician. Tasha page house won the gospel singing competition, Sunday Best, that airs on BET, during season six. She started her music career, in 2014, with the release of Here Right Now by RCA Records and Fo Yo Soul Recordings. She saw her first studio album, Here Right Now, chart on two Billboard charts The Billboard 200 and the Top Gospel Albums.

Early life[edit]

Page-Lockhart was born on March 21, 1983,[1] in Detroit, Michigan as Natasha Marie Page,[2] whose parents are musicians and spiritual leaders themselves. Her stepfather is Bishop Michael Alan Brooks of Commissioned and her mother is Pastor Lisa Charise Page Brooks of Witness and of Restoration Fellowship Church International in Detroit.[3] She has two sisters who are younger than she. They are Latia "Tia" Charise Page and Sateara Renee Page, and she also has a brother, Justin. In her childhood, she was molested various times by some family members and trusted family friends.[4][5] While she was in high school, she played basketball, and had dreams of aspiring to be a WNBA player.[4][5] Yet, those dreams would soon change, when at 17 years old, she got pregnant, and had a child at 18, causing her to become a high school dropout.[4][5] This caused her life to spiral out of control, and she got addicted to drugs, causing her childhood boyfriend Clifton to depart for Atlanta, Georgia, in 2006.[4][5] She got her life under control by eventually relocating to Atlanta, and getting involved in music ministry.[4][5]

Music career[edit]

Her music career started by becoming a part of her mother's women's gospel group, Witness. The solo career started in 2013 with the Sunday Best reality gospel singing competition on BET.[5] She won the show in season six, which granted her a recording contract with RCA Records label, Fo Yo Soul Recordings, which Kirk Franklin is the operator.[5] This allowed her to introduce her first solo studio album, Here Right Now, on August 5, 2014.[6] The album charted on the Billboard charts at No. 87 on The Billboard 200 and at the third position of the Top Gospel Albums chart.[7] This was awarded a three and a half star out of five review from Andy Kellman of AllMusic,[8] while Dwayne Lacy of New Release Tuesday granted the album a four and a half star review out of five.[9] She was nominated for three awards at the 30th Stellar Awards in 2015 winning New Artist of the Year.[10] In 2019 at the 34th Stellar awards she won Contemporary Female vocalist of the year. She won female vocalist of the year at the 2019 Steeple awards. Previously she won female vocalist of the year in the UK for the Gospel Touch Music awards.

Personal life[edit]

She married Clifton James "Cliff" Lockhart,[11] who is three years older than her, in July 2006, after relocating to Atlanta.[4] In 2008, they would move back to Detroit, Michigan, so that she could give birth to the couple's first child together around family and friends, but her second child after having Ronald Hughes eight years earlier in 2001.[5] She gave birth to Clifton James Lockhart, II, in 2009.[5]

As of 2017 her and Clifton Lockhart were separated and divorced by 2018. She began posting pictures of her and T. Vernon House to her Instagram page, often thanking him for sweeping her off her feet. They married June 8th, 2019 in Detroit Michigan officiated by her godfather King Drolo Bosso Adamtey 1 King of West Ghana Africa and Pastor. With a star studded list of R&B and gospel artist in a royal wedding titled; House of Love..


Studio albums[edit]

List of studio albums, with selected chart positions
Title Album details Peak chart positions
US[12] US

Here Right Now 87 3 5
The Beautiful Project * 25 *


Title Year Peak chart position Album

"Different" 2014 9 Here Right Now
"Fragile" 2014

As featured artist[edit]

Title Year Peak chart position Album

"It's Time" (Kirk Franklin featuring
Tasha Page-Lockhart & Zacardi Cortez)
2015 13 Losing My Religion

Non Singles[edit]

Title Year Peak chart position Album

"I Will Call Upon The Lord" 2013 20 N/A
"You Bring Out The Best In Me" 2013 10
"Don't Do It Without Me" 2013 8
"Love" (featuring Kefia Rollerson) 2013 7


Year Title Role Notes
2014 Madea On The Run Netta


  1. ^ Staff. "Tasha Page Lockhart". Christian Music Well. Retrieved March 9, 2015.
  2. ^ Inc., Intelius,. "Natasha M Lockhart Conyers, GA – Intelius".
  3. ^ Staff. "Interview: Tasha Lockhart". Da Gospel Truth. Retrieved March 9, 2015.
  4. ^ a b c d e f Adams, Nori (April 28, 2014). "Former Addict Turned Gospel Singer Tasha Page-Lockhart Says 'The Church Taught Us How To Be Fake'". EEW Magazine. Retrieved March 9, 2015.
  5. ^ a b c d e f g h i Spratling, Cassandra (November 24, 2013). "'Sunday's Best' singer finds new life in music, love". USA Today. Detroit Free Press. Retrieved March 9, 2015.
  6. ^ New Release Tuesday (August 5, 2014). "Here Right Now by Tasha Page-Lockhart". New Release Tuesday. Retrieved March 9, 2015.
  7. ^ Billboard. "Tasha Page-Lockhart: Awards". AllMusic. Retrieved March 9, 2015.
  8. ^ Kellman, Andy. "Here Right Now : Tasha Page-Lockhart". AllMusic. Retrieved March 9, 2015.
  9. ^ Lacy, Dwayne (August 4, 2014). "Freshman Album With a Senior Sound". New Release Tuesday. Retrieved March 9, 2015.
  10. ^ Stellar Awards. "2015 N0MINEES: 30th Stellar Awards". Central City Productions. Archived from the original on October 15, 2012. Retrieved March 9, 2015.
  11. ^ Inc., Intelius,. "Clifton J Lockhart Conyers, GA – Intelius".
  12. ^ "Tasha Page-Lockhart – Chart History : Billboard 200". Billboard. Prometheus Global Media. Retrieved March 9, 2015.
  13. ^ "Tasha Page-Lockhart – Chart History : Gospel Albums". Billboard. Prometheus Global Media. Retrieved March 9, 2015.
  14. ^ "Chart Search – Billboard".
  15. ^ "Tasha Page-Lockhart – Chart history – Billboard".
  16. ^ a b "Chart Search – Billboard".

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Preceded by
Joshua Rogers
Sunday Best winner
Succeeded by
Geoffrey Golden