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Dec282016

Road trip fun! Tina Campbell and family rock out to CeCe Winans’ ‘Hey Devil’ during holiday travels

The Campbell family shares Christmas greetings from Chicago (Photo Credit: Instagram)Article By Holly Adams // EEW Magazine

Share Last week, ten-time GRAMMY® Award-winning gospel singer CeCe Winans thanked supporters for embracing her new music.

Well, looks like she has another huge fan in Mary Mary’s Tina Campbell.

“Baby, CeCe Winans and the Clark Sisters, it don’t get no better than this!” said the red-haired "Destiny" vocalist as she captured her family in an Instagram video grooving to the “Hey Devil!”—the latest single from Winans.

With its fun throwback sound and stellar vocals, the track from Winans’ forthcoming project, Let Them Fall In Love, which officially hits stores Feb. 3, 2017, tends to have that effect on the listener.

According to an NPR review, the tune is a “playful raver” that carries the listener “back to Motown.” With horns and organs, the throwback sound is lots of fun and “a mighty blast of joy.”

The children, Laiah, Meela, TJ, Santana, along with mom Tina and dad Teddy, have been spreading the love this Christmas and letting social media followers inside their happy world.

The bubbly family spent Christmas in Chicago, the Windy City, where they posed for pictures and visited friends.

Witness the fun below.

 RELATED: Listen to CeCe Winans' 'Hey Devil!'

 

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