Detroit, MI (November 3, 2020)
Karew Entertainment celebrates two wins at the 51st Annual GMA Dove Awards. Gospel music singer Kierra Sheard won Gospel Worship Recorded Song of The Year for her smash hit, “Something Has To Break (Live)” produced by Karew Entertainment president, J. Drew Sheard II, written by Kierra Sheard, Mia Fields, and Jonathan Smith and features Tasha Cobbs Leonard. This award comes from Sheard’s latest album, Kierra. For Karew’s second win, legendary gospel group The Clark Sisters won Traditional Gospel Album of The Year for their album, The Return. This album has received rave reviews from fans, and it’s leading single, “Victory,” was #1 on gospel radio play for two weeks in a row! It also includes collaborations with mainstream producers Jermaine Dupri, Rodney “Darkchild” Jerkins, Warryn Campbell, J. Drew Sheard II, Mano Hanes, Kurt Carr, and a special feature from hip hop icon, Snoop Dogg.
J. Drew Sheard II, President and CEO of Karew Entertainment, shares his elation about the label’s winnings. “These wins are amazing! We would like to thank the Gospel Music Association and Dove Awards committee for honoring our work and the music that God has placed inside of us. Also, we have been blessed with an incredible team here at Karew that has also worked hard to make this all possible.”
Watch Kierra Sheard ‘Something Has To Break (Live)’:
Listen to The Clark Sisters The Return: