Jonathan Mcreynolds, Tye Tribbett, Jekalyn Carr And Others Wins 2021 Stellar Gospel Music Awards.

The 36th annual Stellar Awards, the biggest night in Gospel Music, held this past weekend in Nashville Tennessee on Saturday (July 10) with the theme “Lighting the Way with our Faith, Music and Family”.

Jonathan Mcreynolds, Tye Tribbett, Jekalyn Carr And Others Wins 2021 Stellar Gospel Music Awards.

Jonathan Mcreynolds and Kierra Sheard emerged top winners taking home three (3) trophies each at the award ceremony hosted by gospel superstars Jekalyn Carr and Tye Tribbett.

McReynolds won the “Male Vocalist of the Year,” “Producer of the Year” and “Contemporary Male of the Year Award” while Kierra was awarded “Song of the Year” & “Music Video of the Year” for her single “Something Has To Break” featuring Tasha Cobbs Leoard, and also “Contemporary Album of the Year” for her self-titled album.

Worship collective, Maverick City Music won “New Artist of the Year” and  “Album of the Year” for their project, Maverick City Music Vol 3 Part 1. Powerhouse gospel songstress won the “Female Vocalist of the Year” Award.

Below are the full list of all the awards at the 36th Stellar Awards 2021.

Artist of the Year: Pastor Mike Jr.
Song of the Year: “Something Has To Break” Kierra Sheard ft. Tasha Cobbs Leonard
Male Vocalist of the Year: Jonathan McReynolds
Female Vocalist of the Year: Tasha Cobbs Leonard
Group/Duo of the Year: The Clark Sisters
New Artist of the Year: Maverick City Music
Album of the Year: Maverick City Music Vol 3 Part 1 by Maverick City Music
Choir of the Year: JJ Hairston & Youthful Praise
Producer of the Year: Jonathan McReynolds
Contemporary Album of the Year: Kierra
Contemporary Group/Duo of the Year: Anthony Brown & group therAPy
Traditional Group/Duo of the Year: The Clark Sisters
Contemporary Male of the Year: Jonathan McReynolds
Traditional Male of the Year: Donnie McClurkin
Contemporary Female of the Year: Tasha Cobbs Leonard
Traditional Female of the Year: Jekalyn Carr
Traditional Album of the Year: Changing Your Story by Jekalyn Carr
Music Video of the Year: “Something Has To Break” Kierra Sheard
Traditional Choir of the Year: Ricky Dillard
Rap/Hip Hop Gospel Album of the Year: Big: Freedom Sessions by Pastor Mike Jr.

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