Erica Campbell brings light on a daily basis to the Get Up! church, and we couldn’t thank her enough — you too, GRIFF! — for sharing her love for God with the loyal listeners every morning.
This weekend, coinciding with her Mary Mary Easter Special VERZUZ celebration with BeBe & CeCe Winans, EC will also be the subject of TV One’s latest episode of UNCENSORED.
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The gospel icon shares some personal details in her upcoming episode of UNCENSORED, including early days of growing up in California and having to actually be forced as a child to become a singer as she describes in the clip above. Of course she also speaks at length on being one half of the GRAMMY-winning duo Mary Mary alongside sister Tina Campbell, and how they went from barely affording a single hotel room in NYC to firing up a music industry bidding war that eventually led to multiplatinum success.
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You can catch Erica Campbell’s episode of UNCENSORED this Sunday (April 17) at 10PM ET/9C following a special ode to forgotten ’90s hits with UNSUNG: The Decades at 9 PM ET/8C. Take a look below to hear EC talk about one song that definitely hasn’t been forgotten, otherwise known as “Shackles (Praise You)”:
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Erica Campbell Reflects On Being Forced To Sing As A Child & Mary Mary Beginnings For TV One’s ‘UNCENSORED’ was originally published on getuperica.com
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