Kim Burrell Net Worth 2022 (Singer), Biography, Family & More

Kim Burrell
Kim Burrell

Kim Burrell net worth is $5 million. She is a very famous American Gospel singer and recently in controversy after her remarks during a Church Sermon sparks backlash.

Kim Burrell Biography

Kim Burrell was born on August 27, 1972 in Houston, Texas, US. She has more than 320k followers on Instagram – kimburrelllove.

Burrell started performing with Reverend James Cleveland’s GMWA Youth Mass Choir (otherwise called Rev. James Cleveland’s Kids).

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In December 2016, a video surfaced showing Burrell teaching a message at the Love and Liberty Fellowship Church. In that lesson, she called individuals who take part in gay demonstrations “distorted” and said they had been misled by the “gay soul.

Personal Details

Real NameKimberly Burrell
Age49 years
Date of BirthAugust 27, 1972
BirthplaceHoustan, Texas, US
NationalityAmerican
ProfessionGospel Singer
Zodiac SignVirgo

Family

FatherJulius Burrell
MotherHelen Graham Spears
SistersKathryn Burrell
Karen Jordan
BrothersJulius Lynn Burrell
Kevin Jordan
HusbandJoseph Wiley (divorced)

Education

SchoolYet To Update
UniversityYet To Update
QualificationYet To Update

Physical Statistics

Height5’7 Feet
170 cm
1.7 m
Weight77 Kgs
170 Pounds
Hair ColorBlack
Eye ColorBlack

Career

Kim Burrelll’s exhibitions went on with Trinity Temple Full Gospel Mass Choir of Dallas and The Inspirational Sounds Mass Choir of Houston.

In 1996, she was a highlighted vocalist on the repeat of “Jesus Paid It All” on Ricky Dillard and New G’s collection Worked It Out. Her most memorable free collection, Try Me Again, was delivered on the Texas-based shop mark Pearl Records in 1995. This prompted her being endorsed to Tommy Boy Gospel and delivering another collection, Everlasting Life (1999), created by Asaph Alexander Ward. The collection crested at #10 on the Billboard Gospel Charts.

Kim Burrell recorded Live In Concert, a live collection in November 2000 at the yearly COGIC Convention in Memphis, Tennessee. The collection was delivered in 2001. It was designated for a Grammy Award for Best Soul Gospel Album in 2002. Though Tommy Boy Gospel shut soon after the arrival of Live In Concert, by 2002, she had marked a recording contract with Elektra Records. Under this agreement she recorded just a visitor appearance on the top pick gospel track “Higher Ground”, which originally showed up as a little something extra track on Missy Elliott’s collection Miss E… So Addictive and was subsequently included on Karen Clark Sheard’s second Chance collection.

She has kept on performing live and to team up with different craftsmen. However just irregularly dynamic as a recording craftsman, she laid out and has the yearly Ephesians 4 gathering, a studio for performing specialists.

Controversies

  • She likewise cautioned that individuals who “play with” gay sin would “kick the bucket from it” in 2017.
  • Because of significant analysis, Burrell said that she makes “no real reasons or conciliatory sentiments” for the message, adding “I love you, and God loves you, yet he loathes the wrongdoing in you and me.”
  • Not long after the video of the lesson surfaced, The Ellen DeGeneres Show dropped Burrell’s planned appearance, as did the BMI Trailblazers of Gospel Music occasion, where she was taken out as an honoree.
  • Her radio syndicated program, Bridging the Gap with Kim Burrell, was dropped by Texas Southern University.
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