Kirk Franklin made a splash at the Stellar Gospel Music Awards.

The vocalist brought home six trophies during the 35th yearly honors on Sunday night.

The two-hour virtual service regarded late social liberties symbol and Georgia congressman John Lewis with a melodic recognition from CeCe Winans who sang “Bridge over Troubled Water.”

The awards additionally gave recognition to person on call saints who were on the bleeding edges in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic.

On account of his “Long Live Love” album, Franklin gathered male vocalist, album, maker, contemporary male vocalist and contemporary album of the year praises. He additionally won music video of the year for “Love Theory.”

Franklin came back to have the honors with Jonathan Reynolds and Koryn Hawthorne. The service publicized on BET and BET Her.

Tasha Cobbs Leonard won the show’s top honor as best artist. She likewise brought home contemporary female vocalist of the year through her collection “Heart. Passion. Pursuit.”

Donald Lawrence’s “Deliver Me (This is My Exodus)” was named song of the year. He won the second most honors with four.

The best new artist went to Pastor Mike Jr., who additionally guaranteed top distinctions for best rap/hip-hop gospel album of the year.

A portion of the entertainers incorporate Tamela Mann, Marvin Sapp, James Fortune, Tye Tribbett and Anthony Brown.

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