Mary Mary - Let It Rain - Bishop Paul S. Morton Retirement Celebration Tribute - 2020

Mary Mary is a female American gospel duo composed of sisters Erica Atkins-Campbell and Trecina Atkins-Campbell.[1] Formed in 1998, Mary Mary was launched into mainstream recognition following the release of their best-selling debut album, Thankful (2000), which contained the hit single "Shackles (Praise You)". Their followup album Incredible (2002), reached number one on the Top Gospel Albums chart. Their self-titled third album, Mary Mary (2005), which contains themes the public interpreted as a channel to the group's experience, contains the worldwide hits "Heaven", "The Real Party", and "Yesterday
After meeting producer Warryn Campbell, a publishing deal was reached with music conglomerate EMI. This led to a series of their songs being on movie soundtracks; they wrote "Dance" and performed it with Robin S. for the soundtrack to the 1998 film Dr. Dolittle, they performed "Let Go, Let God" for The Prince of Egypt, and several of their songs were recorded by 702. However, the sister's profile really started to rise in the gospel industry when their songs "Time To Change" and "Yeah" were recorded by Yolanda Adams on Mountain High... Valley Low. During this time, Mary Mary as a musical entity formed.Warryn Campbell produced the album and collaborated with many professionals: Kierra Sheard, David Banner, Marvin Winans, Daryl Coley, Andrae Crouch, The Rance Allen Group, Dorinda Clark Cole, Joe Ligon, Walter Hawkins, Tramaine Hawkins, and Karen Clark Sheard. In spring 2009, "God In Me" achieved crossover success by reaching number five on the R&B/Hip-Hop Chart and number one on the Hot Dance Club Play.

The duo, along with Warryn Campbell, were nominated at the 52nd Grammy Awards in the Best Gospel Song category for "God in Me", that same year Israel Houghton's song they were featured on, named "Every Prayer", was also nominated. The album won Mary Mary four Stellar Awards on January 16, 2010. They were invited to participate in the remake of "We Are The World" to benefit Haiti after the earthquake.In efforts of promoting "Go Get It," Mary Mary announced a Go Get It Tour. The tour was in ten different cities across the United States, beginning in Jacksonville, Florida on October 25, and ending in Hampton, Virginia on November 17. Supported acts included: Isaac Carree, VaShawn Mitchell, Anthony and Group Therapy, and Sunday's Best finalist Jessica Reedy and Anita Wilson.
queen latifah, tribute, cece winans, bebe, donnie, mcclurkin
Be the first to comment