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Grammy Award-winning gospel artist Tasha Cobbs has another award to add to her growing collection.

The 34-year-old was named “Gospel Artist of the Year”—an honor which, she says, makes her feel humbled.

While such a distinction might inflate the ego of some, Cobbs explained how it impacts her at the 46th annual Gospel Music Association Dove Awards in Nashville at David Lipscomb University’s Allen Arena.

“Every time someone acknowledges what I do to glorify God, it has a reverse effect. It humbles you,” she said


Gospel Artist of the Year: Tasha Cobbs

Artist of the Year: Lecrae (Reach Records)

Rap/Hip Hop Song of the Year: “All I Need Is You” Lecrae

Contemporary Gospel/Urban Song of the Year: “I Luh God” Erica Campbell

Contemporary Gospel/Urban Album of the Year: Forever YoursSmokie Norful

Traditional Gospel Album of the Year: Worth Fighting For BrianCourtney Wilson

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