The Clark Sisters Nominated for “Outstanding Gospel/Christian Song” for “Victory” at the 51st NAACP Image Awards
(DETROIT, MI) January 9, 2020 — It was announced today that 2x Grammy Award-winning group The Clark Sisters, have been nominated for “Outstanding Gospel/Traditional Song (Traditional or Contemporary)” at the 51st Annual NAACP Image Awards! This is the first NAACP Image Award nomination for the group in their 40+ years of music. “Victory” is the first single from the groups upcoming album to be released on Karew Entertaintment/Motown Gospel.
“It is very exciting news to hear that “Victory” has been nominated for a NAACP Image Award…” says, J. Drew Sheard, President and CEO of Karew Entertainment. He continues, “…here at Karew we are are truly humbled by this honor and as a team, we are excited to hear that this song is being a blessing. Congratulations Clark Sisters!”
The 51st Annual NAACP Image Awards will air live from Los Angeles, CA on Saturday, February 22, 2020.
Credited for helping to bring gospel music to the mainstream, The Clark Sisters are considered pioneers of contemporary Gospel music. Some of their crossover hits include “Is My Living In Vain?,” “Hallelujah,” “He Gave Me Nothing to Lose,” “Endow Me,” “Jesus Is A Love Song,” “Pure Gold,” “Expect A Miracle,” and “You Brought The Sunshine,” their largest mainstream crossover; which was often played on Urban/R&B radio formats and in club venues. The Clark Sisters are the highest-selling female Gospel group in history with millions of record sales to their credit. Their biopic, executive produced by Mary J. Blige, Missy Elliott, and Queen Latifah will broadcast premiere nationally on Lifetime Networks Easter 2020.