PRLog - Dec. 13, 2012 - WEST BABYLON, N.Y. -- Three-time Grammy Award-winning Gospel duo Mary Mary show their candid resilience in one-on-one interview with the cutting edge Encore Gospel Entertainment Magazine. A new lens on Christian lifestyle alters how non believers view people of faith. In the first season of the reality series “Mary Mary”, Erica and Tina Campbell had their audience craving for more; garnering a second season. With the jump start of Mary Mary season two airing on We TV, Thursday nights at 10PM ET/PT; the spectacular pair unbox insightful and encouraging conversation.
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The popular We TV series continue to give audience authenticity, drama, and hilarious tease. Erica and Tina are an indivisible duo; both balancing busy lives as world renowned recording artists with the demands of motherhood. This season Marys hit the road to promote their new record Go Get It. In the mist of the Go Get It promo, Tina is expecting her fifth child while Erica cares for newborn baby Zaya. The rare glance of the famed gospel duo continues to attract believers and non-believers alike. While dispelling the façade that Christians are unflawed or dull, Erica and Tina are genuine serving their audience real-reality with no additives.
“We wanted people to see authentic lives; people of faith who are not knowingly or willing to compromise, but know that if they fall down they can get back up. Some Christians try to put on this façade making salvation out as too difficult; No one’s perfect and hopefully people can see our ups and downs and say: Hey, I can do that,” said Erica and Tina.
In this exclusive conversation, Mary Mary discuss the importance of understanding the Gospel Music Business; expanding their legacy; how their striving for more; and what’s next for the duo. When revealing who they think the next big thing in Gospel music is, Erica and Tina redefine the coined phrase “IT factor” and describe the characteristics of what it takes to be gospels next leading contenders.
“It’s a heart thing; it’s personality;
Encore’s mission is to “Change The Way The World Experiences Gospel Music”, said David Wallace, founder of Encore Gospel Entertainment Magazine. Encore’s a “multiplatform”