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Out of Eden to Leave Music Business
First Tonex and now the Christian urban group Out of Eden recently announced that they too will be quitting the music business.
Finishing a 13-year career in the music industry, the group will release a final greatest-hits record later this year as a commemorative.
"This has been such an incredible journey for the three of us," said trio member Lisa Kimmey in a recent press release. "Really, we're just three women that said 'yes' to God as young girls, and we hope that our listeners walk away with the knowledge that God loves them, and that if they give their lives to His use, He can do amazing things with, or and through their lives.Ē
Out of Edenís final release, The Hits, which will be album number seven for the Kimmey sisters, is set to include a 12-song retrospective of the groupís career as well as one new track.
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