R&B singer Kelly Price releases gospel EP ‘Grace’, talks about cancel culture

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Motown gospel Kelly Price’s second gospel project, “GRACE is out.

Grace was released by Motown Gospel in partnership with SANG GIRL! Inc. and comes 15 years after Price’s acclaimed gospel album, This Is Who I Am, which charted No. 1 on Billboard’s Top Gospel Albums chart and top 10 of the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart. 

The EP was released on Easter Sunday 2021 with songs that reminds of God’s grace in times of uncertainty.

“Grace is the gift of giving, responsibility, accountability but with compassion and empathy. That’s real grace,” Price declared. 

“As freely as you’re willing to receive grace, you should give it that freely. So that’s why I call it a gift. You have the responsibility to be responsible. You should expect others to be responsible too. We should be accountable, you should hold other people accountable for their actions too. But the difference between just that and a true act of grace is to do it in compassion and with empathy,” she added. 

Talking about the cancel culture that has taken over the world to remove conservative voices or anyone with opposite view than mainstream media she said: “Cancel culture is the polar opposite of grace,” she said on the morning show. “Everybody’s screaming cancel, cancel, cancel, but you’re not gonna want to hear cancel when it’s time to cancel you,” she further added.

“GRACE” available everywhere and on all digital streaming platforms.

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