Gospel singer LaShun Pace passes away at the age of 60. Her sister, Lydia Pace, confirmed LaShun died on Monday morning of organ failure. She was on dialysis for five years as she waited for a new kidney. Sadly, this tragic news comes right after the Pace Family lost Duranice Pace in Jan of 2021, and their mother, Betty Pace, in 2020.
The Vocal Powerhouse Known As LaShun Pace
Terrian LaShun Pace was born in Atlanta, GA. She was a member of the Grammy-nominated sibling group The Anointed Pace Sisters. The group also included her sisters Duranice, Phyllis, June, Melonda, Dejuaii, Leslie, Latrice, and Lydia. The group released several albums between 1989 and 2009. Their album “U-Know” landed them at number two on the Billboard charts. In addition, they appeared in blockbuster movies and various plays, including Tyler Perry’s hit “Madea’s Family Reunion.”
Pace released her debut album “He Lives” in 1990. She is known for her hit songs “I Know I Been Changed” and “Act Like You Know.” Throughout her career, she toured some of the gospel’s greatest legends. The gospel singer was a Stellar Award winner and evangelist. She went on to release her autobiography “For My Good But His Glory” in 2003. Pace’s single “Act Like You Know” became a TikTok trend, which inspired her to start working on a new album.
LaShun Pace leaves behind seven of her nine sisters and an adult daughter. We send our condolences to her family and loved ones.