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Word Records released singer and songwriter Cindy Morgan's debut album Real Life in 1992. The project, which greatly differs from her later CCM and jazz-influenced albums such as Listen and The Loving Kind, is a combination of Christian pop, adult contemporary, and R&B. Upon the release of Real Life, Morgan was primarily marketed as a dance music diva, very much the Christian alternative to Paula Abdul. While Real Life features notable songs including "Let It Be Love," "It's Gonna Be Heaven," and "How Could I Ask For More," it does not reflect the true musical style of Morgan. Her strengths, both vocally and musically, are better showcased subsequent projects.


Born: Tennessee

Genre: Christian & Gospel

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Cindy Morgan, born and raised in rural East Tennessee, has blended pop/R&B with gospel over the course of three albums and two CHR number one singles, "Let It Be Love" and "It's Gonna Be Heaven." Her debut full-length, Real Life, earned her six Dove award nominations in 1993, including New Artist of the Year, Female Vocalist of the Year, Contemporary Album of the Year, Contemporary Recorded Song of the Year, and Recorded Music Packaging of the Year; she won in the New Artist category. Released in...
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