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How I Got Over

Vickie Winans

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Album Review

Beginning in 1985 with her signature hit, "We Shall Behold Him," Vickie Winans made her mark as one of the gospel world's most passionate and stylistically diverse vocalists, both as a soloist and with her husband, Marvin. Equally adept at old-school church music and smooth CCM, Winans appealed to a wide fan base. How I Got Over is no exception, kicking off with the classic Baptist-style foot-stomping rave-up title song, and just two tracks later delivering a booty-shaking dance number ("Heyyy"). Elsewhere, the Detroit native explores smooth Sade-esque balladry ("Suddenly"), hip-hop-ish contemporary R&B gospel ("Swoop"), and dramatic testifying ("No Not a One"). The album's most poignant track, however, is "My Peace," a delicate, heart-wrenching tribute to Winans' late mother, Mattie Bowman.

Biography

Born: October 18, 1953

Genre: Inspirational

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Award-winning singer Vickie Winans comes from a large family of impressive gospel singers. She began her career when she was a small child, performing with family. All grown up, she completed her debut solo album, Be Encouraged, in 1985. It was the first of a long line of recordings that would bring her a number of hits and music awards. Born the seventh child of a still-growing family, Winans was raised in Detroit, MI. Her entire family was a musical one, and deeply religious as well. She was only...
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