NAACP Awards Nominates Tauren Wells, CeCe Winans, Kirk Franklin, And Others

Award nominees

Award nominees (NAACP)

Music in the Christian world is highly cherished. Gospel singers, therefore, need to be motivated and inspired to keep up the good work —touching souls and bringing people to Christ through music.

Gospel music fans love to see their favorites nominated and awarded for producing beautiful Christian songs.

This is the exact thing The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) is doing. They have announced the latest nominations for Oustanding Gospel/Christian Song.

The NAACP is doing a great job by spotting out outstanding gospel singers who display their talents, professionalism, and devotion to God through singing.

NAACP eyes singers in the United States BIPOC community by awarding them as part of their music and entertainment program.

This year’s nomination is already out and some of the well-known gospel singers making airways around the world have had their spot.


• Outstanding Gospel/Christian Album

• Todd Dulaney – Anthems & Glory

• CeCe Winans – Believe For It

• Jonathan McReynolds and Mali Music – Jonny X Mali: Live in LA

• Tamela Mann – Overcomer

• Jason McGee & The Choir – Power

• Outstanding Gospel/Christian Song

• CeCe Winans – “Believe For It”

• Tamela Mann feat. The Fellas – “Help Me”

• H.E.R. and Tauren Wells – “Hold Us Together (Hope Mix)

• Kirk Franklin – “Overcome 2021”

• Sounds of Blackness – “Time For Reparations”

Tauren Wells has shared his gratitude on his official Twitter and Instagram page:

Screenshot of NAACP nominees

The whole music and entertainment program will take 6 days. That is from 21st February. Winners will soon be announced.

There is another event attached to this program. As part of the entertainment, — a fashion show, golf tournament, and a two-part series the diaspora experienced in BIPOC communities.

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