By Sandra Rose  | 

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Beloved Gospel singer Tarrian LaShun Pace died from kidney failure due to chronic kidney disease. She was 60.

Pace passed away Monday morning, according to 11 Alive News.

The Atlanta native was on dialysis for 5 years waiting for a kidney transplant, her sister, Lydia Pace told 11Alive's Shiba Russell.

LaShun, a member of The Anointed Pace Sisters, was praised for her soaring vocals on her signature hit "I Know I've Been Changed."

A snippet of LaShun's 1996 hit "Act Like You Know" recently trended on TikTok. Lydia said LaShun was encouraged to begin working on another album.
 

Playwright Tyler Perry was moved to write a play inspired by LaShun's hit song "I Know I've Been Changed."

LaShun and Tyler remained good friends over the years. He even purchased a home in Atlanta for Pace's mother, Bettie Ann Pace, who died in 2020 at age 82.

Tyler's gift fulfilled the Pace matriarch's dying wish to became a homeowner.

LaShun is survived by seven of the nine Pace sisters and an adult daughter.