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Cece Winans

Cece Winans

CeCe Winans is an American gospel singer, songwriter, preacher, and actress. Born Priscilla Marie Winans on October 8, 1964, in Detroit, Michigan, she is part of the renowned Winans family, a gospel music dynasty.

CeCe Winans gained fame alongside her brother, BeBe Winans, as a member of the duo "BeBe & CeCe Winans." They achieved significant success in the late 1980s and early 1990s with hits like "Lost Without You" and "Addictive Love."

As a solo artist, CeCe Winans continued her success with numerous Grammy Awards, Dove Awards, and Stellar Awards. She is celebrated for her powerful voice and contributions to contemporary gospel music. Some of her notable albums include "Alone in His Presence," "Throne Room," and "Purified."

In addition to her music career, CeCe Winans has ventured into acting, appearing in theatrical productions and even releasing an autobiography with her brother BeBe titled "BeBe & CeCe Winans: Gospel Music Stars."