Maurette Brown-Clark, often called ‘The Princess of Praise & Worship,’ has made an historic splash on the Billboard charts with her latest album, ‘The Sound of Victory,‘ garnering the highest album debut in her storied career thus far.
Debuting at #7 on Billboard’s Gospel Chart, and rising to #6 in its second week, the two-time Stellar Award-winning gospel star released her fourth solo album last month on Atlanta International Records/Malaco Music Group.
Recording ‘The Sound of Victory’ live before an enthralled audience in Norfolk, VA, the twelve tracks pack a powerful punch with Brown-Clark’s signature lyrical gifts that have made her one of gospel’s most beloved artists.
Featuring the hit first single, ‘I Hear The Sound (Of Victory),’ Brown-Clark also gives fans some timeless favorites with special performances of her hits, ‘Breaking of Day‘ and ‘Even in the Rain,’ as well as dynamic songs such as, ‘Don’t Be Discouraged (God Will See You Through)’ and ‘Awesome God.’
A native of Long Island, NY, Brown-Clark began singing at a very young age with her family group, The Brown Singers, and counts as major influences her mentor, CeCe Winans, Pastor Donnie McClurkin, and Richard Smallwood.
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