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Virtue Explains How Tragedy Helped Them Make A Strong Gospel Comeback

[L-R] Heather Martin, radio host Yolanda Adams, Karima Kibble and Ebony Holland in studio at The Yolanda Adams Morning Show in Houston, TX

[L-R] Heather Martin, radio host Yolanda Adams, Karima Kibble and Ebony Holland in studio at The Yolanda Adams Morning Show in Houston, TX

A lot has happened during gospel trio Virtue‘s hiatus from the music industry. The sisters talk to “The Yolanda Adams Morning Show” about getting back to the music, and the journey it took to get there.

Virtue has been offered several deals over the years, but waited on God to place them where they needed to be. They share their testimony, and family tragedies that helped them mature and prepare for a strong comeback in this exclusive interview.

Virtue released their brand new single, “You Are,” (written and produced by Taylor Hill and Nicole DeAllie) on iTunes this week today to positive reviews. The single is gaining major traction at Gospel radio receiving the most adds on the Billboard Gospel indicator chart 2 consecutive weeks.

 

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About Mike Jones

Michael Jones is the Director of Public Relations for Urban Roundup Group, LLC and Chief Editor of uGospel.com. He began his career in the Gospel Music Industry upon graduating from Rowan University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Communications. Since then, Jones has had the honor of interviewing Kirk Franklin, Donald Lawrence, Erica Campbell, Deitrick Haddon and many more of Gospel’s elite.
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