BeBe & CeCe Winans Unite to Record Healing Song for Nation

November 7, 2008 at 5:01 am Leave a comment

bebe-cece-winans.jpgOn the heels of this year’s epic general election, four of the biggest voices in Country, Pop, and Gospel music are reaching across the aisle and coming together for an unprecedented single aimed at fostering unity across partisan, social, ethnic, and economic divides, setting a tone of harmony and togetherness for the new presidency and the country’s immediate future.

Grammy Award winning, multi-platinum  selling recording artists BeBe & CeCe Winans, along with Country superstars Vince Gill and Wynonna Judd, have recorded the soaring ballad “Right Now (We Need One Another),” an empowering song they debuted live in a special post-election episode of The Oprah Winfrey Show.
“Right Now (We Need One Another)” on BeBe & CeCe Records/Zomba is co-produced and written by BeBe Winans along with Tyler Haynes and  Ross Koper, and is exclusively available on iTunes.  The single will also be included in the untitled, highly anticipated, album by hit-making brother-and-sister duo BeBe & CeCe which is sure to be one of the biggest releases of 2009.
“‘Right Now (We Need One Another)’ is such a befitting song with a very timely message. Together we will stand and divided we will fall. I am honored to be a part of delivering this message, especially during this time,” says CeCe Winans.
With more than 5 million albums sold under their belt together and individually, BeBe & CeCe Winans are one of music’s preeminent sibling duos, as well as one of the first crossover groups to taste success simultaneously in the pop, urban, and gospel arenas. Their singles “Addictive Love,” “Lost Without You,” “Heaven,” “It’s Okay,” and “I’ll Take You There,” among others, cemented BeBe & CeCe as a multi-format force, eventually setting the stage for auspicious solo careers for both of them. Their as-yet-untitled comeback recording after more than a decade is expected in 2009.
Source: EUR Web

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