American gospel singer who has won legions of fans within the Christian community with songs like "The Anthem," "Consuming Fire" and "Victory Belongs to Jesus." His 2016 album A Worshipper's Heart debut in the top spot on the U.S. gospel charts.
He grew up in Forest Park, Illinois and attended Wabash Valley College.
He was drafted by the New York Mets in 2002 and had a short stint playing minor league baseball.
He married Kenyetta Stone-Dulaney, with whom he has children named Taylor, Tyler, and Todd Jr.
Early in his career, he toured as the opening act for Smokie Norful.