Gospel Singer LaShun Pace Dead At 60

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LaShun Pace has died at the age of 60.

Larry Reid Live was the first outlet to report the famed gospel singer's death.

"We have lost one of the baddest sopranos to ever walk this earth," read LRL's post on Facebook, which included several photos of Pace, on Monday (March 21). "LaShun Pace one of the lead singers of The Pace Sisters has passed."

The statement continued, "The Pace Sisters recently loss [sic] their sister songbird Duranice Pace and Mom Pastor Betty Pace. Pray for them and all of us who will mourn this loss."

Pace's management team later confirmed her passing to CBS46.

No details about Pace's cause of death have been released.

Pace was raised in a small town in Georgia named Poole Creek. She began singing professionally in the mid–1970s, performing solo and alongside her sisters in the gospel group The Anointed Pace Sisters.

Pace was known for singing several gospel classics including, "I Know I've Been Changed," "In Everything Give Thanks," "I Promised The Lord," and "Act Like You Know," which in recent months became a viral sound on TikTok.

Pace was inducted into the Christian Music Hall of Fame in 2007.

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