LaShun Pace, a beloved gospel singer, has died, her management team confirmed to CBS46. She was 60 years old.

Pace, a founding member of the gospel vocal group The Anointed Pace Sisters, died early Monday morning. Her hit songs “I Know I Been Changed” and “Act Like You Know” made her a household name.

Tarrian LaShun Pace was an American gospel singer-songwriter who was born on September 6, 1961. Pace is also an evangelist and a Stellar Award winner.

Pace was born in Atlanta, Georgia, to Bishop M.J. Pace and Bettie Ann Pace, and raised in a small community called Poole Creek. Pace first appeared in the mid–1970s, performing solo and later alongside her siblings in the group The Anointed Pace Sisters.

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Pace’s singing and ministering abilities were honed while touring with the Rev. Gene Martin and the Action Revival Team, and in 1988 she recorded In the House of the Lord for Savoy Records with Dr. Jonathan Greer and the Cathedral of Faith Church of God in Christ Choirs.

Soon after, Pace was signed as a solo artist by the label, and in 1990 she released her debut album, He Lives, which reached number two on the Billboard gospel charts and featured her signature song “I Know I’ve Been Changed”; the follow-up, Shekinah Glory, was released in 1993. Pace returned three years later, in 1996, with Wealthy Place, which included the well-known song “Act Like You Know,” which featured Karen Clark Sheard of the legendary Clark Sisters.

In 2007, Pace was integrated into the Christian Music Hall of Fame. She was expected to attend the official presentation ceremony with a large number of other guests to be formally inducted, but she became ill and was unable to attend. LaShun was nominated for Visionary Awards’ Urban Performer of the Year in 2009. The winners will be announced live on November 14, 2009, during the 2009 Christian Music Hall of Fame Awards Show. 

Her net worth is estimated to be approximately $100,000, according to Net Worth Post. 

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Her family is expected to issue a statement regarding her death on March 21, 2022.