The Gap Band was not topped off without Charlie Wilson. The American singer, songwriter, record producer and the former lead singer of the Band has since 1972 engaged the world with his R&B, hip hop, soul, funk and gospel tunes.
The 67 year old, who is prevalently called Uncle Charlie, has recorded fantastic tunes for very nearly fifty years. I’m Blessed, In It to Win It, There Goes My Baby, You Are, One I Got, Without You, and the most recent one ‘All Of My Love ft. Smokey Robinson’, are some of Charlie Wilson’s extraordinary hit tunes that coexist with music aficionados.
Indeed, there are huge loads of tunes that has characterized Charlie’s brand. Arousingly, the name ‘Uncle Charlie’ was given to him by R&B star and the next generation hip-hop icon, Snoop Dogg who turns out to be Charlie Wilson’s old buddy. In the American music industry, he is adored by essentially all the performers.
Notwithstanding, one of his great buddies was Bishop Rance Allen, who was a clergyman and a Gospel performer until his passing in October 2020.
Rance Allen passed on a day prior to November 1, 2020, and his demise hit the entire American Music Industry. In this manner, during the recent BET’s Soul Train Awards, Charlie didn’t conceal his affection for Allen.
Watch Charlie Wilson’s tribute
Charlie played out his new single “All Of My Love” with some help from featured artist Smokey Robinson. Charlie couldn’t leave the stage without performing a tribute to the late Bishop Rance Allen “Miracle Worker.” The tune, which was very emotional touched the Hearts of many people.
Rance Allen was an American Bishop, Minister, and gospel musician, and the founder and leader of the Rance Allen Group. Known for his extremely wide vocal range and powerful singing voice, Allen became known as the main lead vocalist and the leader of the influential group.