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Troy Sneed

Troy Sneed (1967–2020), Grammy-nominated gospel singer

by Kirk Fox

Troy Sneed was an acclaimed gospel music artist who reached No. 2 on the gospel charts with his hit song “My Heart Says Yes.”   

  • Died: Monday, April 27, 2020 (Who else died on April 27?) 
  • Details of Death: Died at the age of 52 from COVID-19 complications at a hospital in Jacksonville, Florida. 
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Gospel Music Career 

Sneed released albums on Malaco and Savoy records and in 2005 started his own label called Emtro Gospel Records. His first release “A State of Worship” was his breakthrough, reaching No. 22 on the gospel chart. His 2011 album “My Heart Says Yes” peaked at No. 5. Sneed appeared in the movie “The Preachers Wife” as part of the chorus.

What they said about him

Full Obituary: Jacksonville.com

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