Ingrid D. Johnson | Wounded Soul

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Wounded Soul

by Ingrid D. Johnson

A creative compilation of original Pop, Soul, spoken word and R&B songs about relationships and overcoming the impact of abuse. Featuring several Winnipeg artists.
Genre: Pop: Pop
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Your Smile (feat. Fenom, Flo & Papa Ev)
3:32 $0.99
2. Let It Go (feat. Maiko Watson)
3:06 $0.99
3. Survivor's Chant
3:25 $0.99
4. Subliminal Messages (feat. Flo)
4:10 $0.99
5. Time for a Change (feat. Fenom & Ndu)
3:53 $0.99
6. The Boogie Man (feat. Flo)
2:16 $0.99
7. Internet Dating
0:54 $0.99
8. Tired (feat. Flo)
3:06 $0.99
9. Things U Do (feat. Anomalie)
3:38 $0.99
10. Black Woman Feeling Bad (feat. Shawn Leon & Ndu)
3:26 $0.99
11. My Soul (feat. Ndu & Flo)
3:23 $0.99
12. You & Me (feat. Arun Chaturvedi & Cher M.)
3:13 $0.99
13. I Don't Care (feat. Flo)
2:25 $0.99
14. Wanting to Love You (feat. Natalie Bell)
4:09 $0.99
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


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I have always wanted to be someone who mattered, who could really make a positive difference in other people's lives. For a long time I struggled to find a way to do that, after being sexually abused, as a child.

Publishing my first book of poetry, in April 2005, gave me a better understanding of what I was good at. However, this was only the begining of my journey to discovering my own unique voice and my purpose to help uplift and inspire others struggling to overcome the impact of childhood sexual abuse and other forms of adversity. There were other gifts inside of me, still to be developed. Gifts like songwriting, directing (my first short film and music videos), planning, marketing and promoting several of my CD release parties, singing, producing my own albums, and building my social enterprise In The Closet Productions " A Voice for The Voiceless". VISIT for more information

“I am realistic – I expect miracles.”
― Wayne W. Dyer

In The Closet Production’s vision is to be a BIG, BOLD, ” voice for the voiceless” . To inspire those ( with inspirational music, books, films, speaking engagements, live music tours, and workshops) wounded by the impact of childhood sexual abuse( and other forms of trauma) to do more than just survive their past – to overcome it!

Our mission is to create quality music ( like this album, Wounded Soul, and all of my other albums) books, films, live shows/ tours, and public speaking engagements that are socially and spiritually conscious. Music and art that inspires faith, hope, and love. Music & Art that inspires people to overcome adversity.

*A portion of the proceeds from all our projects go to local, national & international organizations in line with our mission. I hope you will purchase this album and help us with our mission. Visit for more information.

Artist Background

Ingrid D. Johnson has spoken & performed her songs from the album Wounded Souls Vol 1&2 ( available on itunes, CD baby and HMV stores) for The Canadian Red Cross RespectED: Violence and Abuse Prevention program, Voices Manitoba Youth In care Network (MASSIVE workshop), Klinic Community Health, UNICEF, Osborne House, Hot 103 (Christmas Cheer Board & Children’s wish) and The Spence Neighbourhood Association in the past to help raise awareness and funding.

Johnson is a published poet, singer-songwriter, film maker and spoken word artist.


Ingrid D. Johnson - What About Love?

Female jazz and jazz inspired vocalists have been celebrating a renaissance the last few years. While jazz as a genre never really goes away, it does seem to hit the mainstream about once a decade and sticks around for a while. Jamaican-Canadian Ingrid D. Johnson, based out of Winnipeg demonstrates that the vocal jazz scene is alive and well the Great White North with her smooth sounding voice that seems to mix a little Esthero, a tiny bit of Amy Winehouse and a whole lot of soul.

Ingrid D. Johnson
Using her music to heal wounded souls

In a world of shallow, self-centred pop music, Ingrid D. Johnson is clearly an artist with a higher calling. The local singer, poet and spoken-word performer uses her music to overcome the trauma of sexual abuse. Not surprisingly, Johnson speaks from the heart - even when answering my dumb questions.

October.26th, 2011, The Manitoba Status of Women Minister celebrated women in the arts using art for social change. I was blessed to be one of them using MUSIC for social change.



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