“Thank you Shalonda Harris for inviting me to the city of Valdosta last night. Thank you City Councilwoman Vivian Cody and May Gail for the key to the city, the city proclamation and for recognizing Feb. 23 as ‘CeCe Winans Day’ in Valdosta, Georgia,” the singer wrote on Instagram. “I am so honored by you!”
“The older are still going on and still experiencing new things. That’s pretty awesome,” she said. “So it just let’s us know that new things are always in front of you. You’ve never done it all.”
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Even after a nine year hiatus, Winans’ first solo album debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard Gospel Albums Charts. For the singer, it’s exciting to present her music to a whole new audience.
“I’m excited about the new sound that this record brings to my career and the new people that it will connect to. I’m excited to see what this round will bring,” the singer, who hails from Detroit, Michigan, told CP. “I think that it keeps getting better.”