Karima Kibble

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Karima Kibble
Birth name Karima Trotter
Born (1974-04-08) April 8, 1974 (age 43)
Origin New Orleans, Louisiana, U.S.
Genres Gospel,
Contemporary Christian,
Years active 1997 - Present
Labels Verity Records
Darkchild Gospel

Karima Kibble (born Karima Trotter) is a Gospel singer, and a founding member of the gospel group Virtue.

Early years[edit]

A native of New Orleans, Louisiana, Karima was the fifth child born into Trotter family.

Musical career[edit]

She sings soprano and alto[citation needed] with Virtue where she currently performs with her sisters Ebony Holland and Heather Martin. She is the lead singer in the group.[citation needed]

She has appeared on the album Dream by BeBe Winans and sang background for the song No Tears on Lil iROCC Williams' Self-titled debut album. She sings 'Rainbow Maker' on the compilation album With this Ring. This song is a duet with her husband Joey Kibble. On September 22, 2009, Karima released her debut solo album labeled "Just Karima".



Release date Album Label RIAA certification
1997 Virtue – (Virtue) Verity Records
1999 Get Ready – (Virtue) Verity Records
2001 Virtuosity! – (Virtue) Verity Records
2003 Free – (Virtue) Verity Records
2004 Nothing but the Hits – (Virtue) Verity Records
2006 Testimony – (Virtue) Darkchild Gospel
2009 "Just Karima" - (Karima Kibble) Life Music Recordings

Personal life[edit]

She married singer Joey Kibble (of the gospel group Take 6) in August 1997 and gave birth to a baby girl Karly Joelle on June 23, 2005 that weighed in at 7 lb 5 oz (3.3 kg).[citation needed]

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