LOS ANGELES — Grammy-named gospel vocalist Troy Sneed has passed on from entanglements with the coronavirus. He was 52.

Sneed’s marketing expert, Bill Carpenter, said the artist kicked the bucket early Monday at a clinic in Jacksonville, Florida. Sneed earned a Grammy designation for his work on the Youth For Christ’s 1999 collection, “Higher.”

Sneed went all through the United States from the get-go in his profession to sing the gospel with the Georgia Mass Choir. He organized music on their collections and showed up with the ensemble in 1996 film “The Preacher’s Wife,” featuring Whitney Houston and Denzel Washington.

Sneed helped structure Youth For Christ, which was included individuals between the ages of 12 and 18 from the Georgia Mass Choir. He filled in as a maker on Youth For Christ’s “The Struggle Is Over,” which arrived at No. 1 on Billboard’s gospel tunes graph in 2006.

As an independent craftsman, Sneed discharged seven collections and included a few hit tunes inside the gospel domain including “Work It Out” and “My Heart Says Yes,” which both crested at No. 2 on Billboard’s gospel graph. He’s additionally known for the playful “Glory be.”

Sneed and his significant other, Emily, began their own record name, Emtro, which is a mix of their first names. Their mark turned into a triumph with a list of specialists from Alvin Darling and Celebration and Rev. Rudolph McKissick.


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