*Gospel singer, Maurette Brown Clark debuted her latest album, “The Sound of Victory” at No. 7, garnering the highest album debut in her storied career thus far.  “The Sound of Victory” was recorded live before an audience in Norfolk, Va.

Encompassing the best of Brown Clark’s artistic and performance talents, the longtime Baltimore resident delivers an uplifting praise-filled album that envelops fans with a mix of buoyant melodies, reflective lyrics on faith, hope, strength and more.

A native of Long Island, NY, Brown Clark began singing at a very young age with her family group, The Brown Singers, and she counts legendary artists including Pastor Donnie McClurkin, CeCe Winans and her mentor, Richard Smallwood as major influences.

After graduating from college, she released her first solo album, How I Feel, in 1998 and earned a Stellar Award for Best New Artist in 2000.  She went on to release two more acclaimed CDs, “By His Grace” in 2002 and “The Dream” in 2007.

She continues to be an influence for multiple generations and expand the boundaries in gospel, bringing the gospel and joy of God’s gifts, love and guidance to reach others struggling through life challenges.