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Last month Shirley released her 41st album entitled "I Know the Truth". The album was the first to be released under Shirley's new label Shu-Bel Records and will be distributed through Artemis Gospel (formerly called Light Records). The album is produced by Sanchez Harley and features 12 tracks in a medley of musical styles varying from hip hop, R and B, church and quartet all rendered in Shirley's unmistakable energetic and powerful voice…

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All the songs in the album are beautifully rendered and worth listening to. They are encouraging and uplifting and continue Shirley's tradition of merging religion and music to enthuse a message of hope and peace to her listeners. "I know the Truth" is one of Shirley's best albums to date and will fetch the veteran artist a lot of awards and accolades.
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