Browse A-Z by Artist Profile
  Keyword search Music News Browse by Genre
Tuesday 1st May 2001

Artist LaShun Pace has had tragedy struck with the death of her 11 year old daughter

LASHUN Pace has been struck by tragedy with the sudden death of her 11 year old daughter Xenia Rhodes. Preliminary reports are that she died from an enlarged heart. Xenia, a member of the Georgia Mass Youth For Christ Choir, was featured on the choir's album 'Higher'.

The opinions expressed in this article are not necessarily those held by Cross Rhythms. Any expressed views were accurate at the time of publishing but may or may not reflect the views of the individuals concerned at a later date.

Reader Comments

Posted by Tasha Green in Montgomery AL @ 17:33 on Sep 28 2019

I love love love you, your music, your faith, your testimony and I especially love when you and your sisters get together and sing! My God! The power in your voices is amazing! God bless you my dear and just remember to keep blessing us with your beautiful music and your beautiful spirit. Be encouraged my sister.

Posted by Sharon Cribbs in Fulton @ 21:06 on Dec 11 2016

I think this lady is truly a wonder of God her music is still an inspiration to me i particularly love the early years i just want her to know God is able keep being encouraged its already done

Posted by Lois Allen in United States @ 14:25 on Nov 20 2014

I'm sorry for your loss, I thought that the child passed at the age of four? But at 4 or 11 it's still a tragedy.

I would also like to know why LaShun has only one accompaniment track? This is the only way I could asked this question. She has so many songs that the lay person could sing by. Yet she has only one.

She shouldn't feel like no one could out sing her. LaShun if your reading this I'm a fan of your music. I sing to your cd's all the time. Love you, and be blessed.

The opinions expressed in the Reader Comments are not necessarily those held by Cross Rhythms.

Add your comment

We welcome your opinions but libellous and abusive comments are not allowed.

We are committed to protecting your privacy. By clicking 'Send comment' you consent to Cross Rhythms storing and processing your personal data. For more information about how we care for your data please see our privacy policy.