Troy Sneed poses for a portrait.
Grammy-nominated gospel singer Troy Sneed has died from complications with the coronavirus. He was 52.
Sneed's publicist, Bill Carpenter, shared that the singer passed away on Monday at a hospital in Jacksonville, Florida, reports usatoday.com.
Sneed earned a Grammy nomination for his work on the Youth For Christ's 1999 album, "Higher".
The singer traveled throughout the US early in his career to sing the gospel with the Georgia Mass Choir.
He arranged music on their albums and appeared with the choir in the 1996 film "The Preacher's Wife" starring Whitney Houston and Denzel Washington.
He also served as a producer on Youth For Christ's "The Struggle Is Over", which was at No. 1 on Billboard's gospel songs chart in 2006.
As a solo artist, Sneed released seven albums and had several hit songs within the gospel realm including "Work it out" and "My heart says yes". He is also known for the upbeat "Hallelujah".
The 18-year-old guitarist behind the performances has turned into a social media star for his impromptu covers of Ennio Morricone classics.
The Rolling Stones on Thursday released their first new original music since 2012, a single aptly named "Living in a Ghost Town."
Singer Gloria Estefan and her husband, musician Emilio Estefan, are providing 500 daily meals to healthcare workers and first responders in Florida, reports a section of the media.
Among those receiving the 10-year visas alongside Salman Khan are Indian superstars Divya Kumar, Genelia Deshmukh, Riteish Deshmukh, Bhushan Kumar, Anees Bazmee and Andre Timmins.
Before Maverick, the biggest hit of Cruise’s career had been 2018’s “Mission: Impossible – Fallout,” which grossed a global total of $792m.
Through visual juxtapositions and new scholarly research, the show explores how Cartier’s designers adapted forms and techniques from Islamic art.