Pure-N-Heart

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Pure-N-Heart is a ministry for children and teens originating in cities of the Upstate, South Carolina (Greenville, Spartanburg, Anderson, Seneca, Greenwood) under the influence of Music2ChangeU Records.[1] Pure-N-Heart is the first gospel music artist to receive a Stellar Award nomination from the Upstate, South Carolina.[2]

Pure-N-Heart is made up of approximately 400 children and teens that continues to grow in membership and continues to expand across geographic locations. Members of Pure-N-Heart originate from the Upstate and includes membership in Augusta, Georgia and Charlotte, North Carolina. Pure-N-Heart workshops have been held in across the following states: South Carolina, North Carolina, Georgia, Florida, and Delaware.

South Carolina natives, Alphaeus and Alexias Anderson, are the founders of Pure-N-Heart ministries which began as a children's choir, but it is now two distinct artists: Pure-N-Heart Kids and Teen Pure-N-Heart. July 2003 marked the first musical recording for Pure-N-Heart, and in July 2010 Teen Pure-N-Heart made their debut. The mission of Pure-N-Heart is to impact and connect with children and teens across nations and cultures around the world through the arts while implementing a kingdom agenda[clarification needed]. Through music and networking, Pure-N-Heart is breaking ground in the gospel music industry and creating an avenue for other South Carolinian artists to pursue endeavors in the gospel music industry.

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  1. ^ Pure-N-Heart was nominated for a Stellar Award (gospel music awards) in 2009 for "Children's Project of the Year" for "We Are Different."
  2. ^ For the same album, Pure-N-Heart has also received nominations for the 2010 South Florida Gospel Music Awards in the following categories: Best Youth Performance, Best New Artist, Best Gospel Album, and Best Gospel Choir of the Year.

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