The NAACP Image Awards celebrate multi-cultural achievements and performances in television, recording, literature, motion picture, writing and directing along with people promoting social justice in creative ways. This year Knight, the 70-year-old singer and songwriter, took home the award for Outstanding Gospel Album titled “Where My Heart Belongs.”
“I am truly honored to have won the 46th NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Gospel Album! #WhereMyHeartBelongs,” Knight tweeted after receiving the honor.
This year, gospel music artists stood out with a win in more than just the Outstanding Gospel Album Category. The gospel music supergroup 3 Winans Brothers won the “Outstanding New Artist” category alongside mainstream singers like Aloe Blacc, Jhene Aikoand Liv Warfield.
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Gladys Knight and 3 Winans Brothers Honored At NAACP Image Award was originally published on praisecleveland.com