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A modern gospel version of En Vogue or SWV with the excess soul that their spiritual belief provides them, Virtue was shaped by Karima Kibble — the wife of Take 6’s Joey Kibble — and her sister Ebony Holland, Negelle Sumter, and Shavonne Sampson. After putting your signature on to Verity Information, Virtue documented an record with creation by Commissioned’s Mitchell Jones and assistance from Tag and Joey Kibble. Their second record, Get Ready, made an appearance in 1999 to coincide by adding another Trotter sister, Heather Martin. The group regularly documented through 2006, an interval highlighted with the Dove-winning Totally free (2003) as well as the Grammy-nominated Testimony (2006). Kibble, Holland, and Martin still left the recording sector to deal with their own families but came back nearly ten years afterwards with Testimony Reloaded (2015) and Fearless (2016).

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