Kim Burrell Bio, Ethnicity, Family, Husband, Kid, Net Worth, Height, Songs and Albums

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Kim Burrell Bioraphy and Wiki

Kim Burrell is a preacher, producer, and Grammy-nominated American gospel musician from Houston, Texas.

Kim Burrell Age and Birthday

How old is Kim Burrell? Burrell is 50 years old as of 2022. She was born Kimberly Jean Burrell on 26 August 1972 in Houston, Texas, United States. She celebrates her birthday on 26 August every year.

Kim Burrell Nationality and Ethnicity

Burrell is of American nationality by birth. She was born in Houston, Texas, United States. She is of mixed race. READ ALSO: BeBe Winans

Kim Burrell Parents and Siblings

Burrell was one of four children born to Helen Ruth Graham, an evangelist singer for The Church of God in Christ, and pastor Julius Burrell Jr. Burrell started singing with Reverend James Cleveland’s GMWA Youth Mass Choir, better known as Rev. James Cleveland’s Kids when she was a young girl. She has four siblings; Kathryn Burrell, Kevin Jordan, Julius Lynn Burrell, and Karen Jordan.

Kim Burrell and Children

Do Kim Burrell have kids? Wiley was married to Kim Burrell, a musician. They have a son together named Christian Joseph Wiley.

Kim Burrell Height

Burrell stands at an average height of 5 feet 3 inches( 1.7m).

Kim Burrell Net Worth

Burrell has an estimated net worth of $5 million.

Kim Burrell COVID-19

Burrell received criticism in July 2022 for comments advising churchgoers against making acquaintances with “broke” people. In addition to advocating against COVID-19 immunization and masking, she also called them “ugly” in jest.

Kim Burrell Everlasting Life

Gospel/jazz vocalist Burrell’s major-label first album is titled Everlasting Life. Burrell earned the 2000 Stellar Award for Contemporary Female Vocalist of the Year and the 1999 Gospel Music Excellence Award for Contemporary Female Vocalist of the Year for the album.

Kim Burrell Music Career

The Inspirational Sounds Mass Choir of Houston and Trinity Temple Full Gospel Mass Choir of Dallas continued Burrell’s performances. She sang on Ricky Dillard & New G’s album Worked It Out’s reprise of “Jesus Paid It All” in 1996. In 1995, her debut album as an independent artist, titled “Try Me Again,” was released by the Texas-based boutique label Pearl Records. As a result, she was signed to Tommy Boy Gospel and released a second album, Everlasting Life (1999), with Asaph Alexander Ward producing it. The album debuted at number 10 on the Billboard Gospel Charts.

At the annual COGIC Convention in Memphis, Tennessee, in November 2000, Burrell recorded Live In Concert, a live album. In 2001, the album was released. In 2002, it was up for a Grammy Award as the Best Soul Gospel Album. She had signed a recording contract with Elektra Records by 2002, despite the fact that Tommy Boy Gospel went out of business shortly after the release of Live In Concert. She only made a guest appearance on the all-star gospel track “Higher Ground” under this contract. This track first appeared as a bonus track on Missy Elliott’s album Miss E… So Addictive and later appeared on Karen Clark Sheard’s album 2nd Chance. Burrell has continued to collaborate with other artists and perform live.

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She started and runs the annual Ephesians 4 conference, which is a workshop for performing artists, despite only being occasionally active as a recording artist. Burrell appeared alongside Kelly Price as a guest performer in 2004 on R. Kelly’s “3-Way Phone Call.” In the song that sounded like a soap opera, Burrell played Price’s “prayer partner.”

On Clinton’s 2008 album of covers, George Clinton and Some Gangsters of Love, she sang the original song “Mathematics of Love.”No Ways Tired, Burrell’s first studio album in 11 years, was released on April 7, 2009, by Shanachie Records. The album is named after the classic James Cleveland song, and it features covers of gospel classics like “My Faith Looks Up To Thee,” “What A Friend We Have In Jesus,” “O Lamb Of God,” and “I Surrender All.”For the soundtrack to the feature film Hidden Figures (2016), Burrell collaborated with Pharrell Williams to sing “I see a Victory.”