Minister Brian Chase Williams (B. Chase Williams), a native of Cincinnati, Ohio was destined for greatness since birth. At the tender age of 7 years old, he began playing the piano in his local church. At the age of 10, B. Chase began directing choirs and expanded within his musical gifts.

As B. Chase Williams evolved amongst the church scene, he was faced with life altering challenges. He faced issues of self-esteem, abuse, and hardships, but used these tragedies as a pillar to his triumph. It was through his pain that God started a perfecting process in him. God stretched him from singing, directing choirs, and playing the piano to a renowned singer, song writer, producer, playwright, and director of stage plays that has propelled him to an extraordinary level of a creative visionary.

B. Chase Williams decided to enlarge his territory and relocated to the southern Hollywood of Atlanta, Georgia. This move was one that tested his strength, his faith, and relationships, but the Lord reminded that grace is sufficient and mercies are new every morning, which afforded B. Chase Williams the chance to see God’s love as his relationships were restored with those he cherished and loved.

God’s favor began to make the name of B. Chase Williams heard in the music industry and around the world so in 1993, he started the ministry of “ShaBach”; a group of remarkable, anointed, skilled, and unique singers who love God, but had faced some of the same issues he faced in times past. He began to see that God not only had him here for his purpose, but also, for the purpose of others so that they would reach their destinies. As “Conquerors”, it was then that B. Chase Williams and “ShaBach” soared to unexpected heights in music, ministry, and profession. He recorded his debut album “Take a Trip” with Light Records where that same named tune peaked the Billboard Charts at #10 for 29 consecutive weeks. A sophomore album titled ‘Give it Up’ released in 1997 and peaked at #36 of the Billboard’s Top Gospel Albums chart. To add, B. Chase Williams was requested to minister nationally, internationally, theatrically, and to appear in celebrated films. His toured with A Good Man Is Hard To Find’, ‘Child Support,’ ‘Where Have All The Good Men Gone!’, ‘The Gospel’ starring Boris Kodjoe, Idris Elba, Yolanda Adams, Nona Gaye, and Donnie McClurkin, The Bobby Jones Gospel Show, The Gospel Music Workshop Of America Convention, Rev. Jesse Jackson’s Rainbow Coalition, The Progressive National Baptist, C.O.G.I.C., and Full Gospel Baptist Conventions, FOX’s Good Day Atlanta, The Gospel Heritage Foundation Conference and several compilation projects. In addition, B. Chase Williams has received recognition, nominations, and wins from the Stellar, NAACP Phoenix, GMWA Gospel Excellence, and Rhythm of Gospel Awards.

B. Chase Williams is accredited for his compositions, “RadiKal Prayzzz” and “Intimate Worship,” and has shared the stage with such Artists as Kirk Franklin, Hezekiah Walker, Yolanda Adams, Albertina Walker, Dorothy Norwood, Ricky Dillard, Kurt Carr, Donald Lawrence, James Hall, Garth Brooks, Patti Labelle, Vicki Winans, Stevie Wonder, and was as a background vocalist on the “King of Pop,” Michael Jackson’s #10 Billboard charted, R&B/Hip-Hop single, “They Don’t Care About Us.”

Continually progressing in the mainstream of Gospel Music, Worship, and the Arts, B. Chase Williams pushed through a junior album and is currently recording a senior project that will launch in the early quarter of 2018. This project is anticipated to display his greatest potential yet, as an Artists, Psalmist, Writer, Producer, Minister, Leader, and Worshipper.