Gospel singer Duranice Pace of the “Anointed Pace Sisters” has died, @11alive reports. The cause of her death is unknown, but she was hospitalized in December of 2020, according to her official IG page. She was 62-years-old.
A few years ago, the Atlanta native went viral after expressing her gratitude for spending time with family through a song. Because of that viral video, she was a guest on the “Steve Harvey Show,” in which she brought him to tears, while singing.
Pace also stated, “I’m glad to be here. I can go to Heaven, now. I can go to Heaven.”
Pace was one of 9 siblings and they sang at her father’s church. In an interview with Voyage ATL in March 2020, Pace stated, “I got started when I was five years old. I was inspired by my father, who was a professional quartette singer for Gospel Starlight’s and my mom, who sang during praise and worship what was then known as testimony service at church.” She then added, “My father would have rehearsal every Wednesday in our living room with his singing group, and my siblings and I would peep in on their rehearsals.”
The Anointed Pace Sisters released their first studio album, “It’s Morning Time,” in 1992. The group would go on to release another 6 albums.
Please continue to keep the Pace family in your prayers.
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