When gospel singer Yolanda Adams debuted in the late 80s, her sound was regarded too
contemporary and edgy by many traditional gospel music lovers.
Now all these years later, she is going to bat for Christian artists that may be criticized for breaking
outside the box of praise music, and exploring other themes and genres.
“There’s so many varieties of what we have to bring that I don’t think it’s fair for one person to say,
‘OK, I want everybody in gospel music to do nothing but praise music,’” said the 5-time GRAMMY®
Award-winner in a recent interview with Fox 26 Houston.
She uploaded a snippet of the May sit-down chat with news anchor Jonathan Martin on Instagram
Tuesday, June 6, re-awakening the discussion of whether or not Christ-following musicians should
place limitations on the subject matter and sound they explore in their art.
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