Gospel music legend John P. Kee has created the ultimate tribute project to celebrate the musical legacy of the iconic Rance Allen who with his brothers (Tom and Steve) were groundbreaking cutting-edge Gospel artists from the late 1960s up to his sudden death in 2020.
Motown Gospel (a division of Capitol CMG/Capitol and Universal Music Group) announces the signing of award-winning artist LaTocha to an exclusive license agreement via her own label, Made Girl Music. A multi-hyphenate force in the music industry, LaTocha is best known as a member of
Kingdom Book One, the acclaimed album from chart-toppers Maverick City Music and Kirk Franklin (Fo Yo Soul/RCA), celebrates a nomination in the category of Outstanding Gospel/Christian Album for the 54th NAACP Image AwardsⓇ. This nomination for their live album collaboration follows their other accolades going
MNRK Music Group celebrates its nominations categories for the 54th NAACP Image Awards. Jonathan McReynolds, James Fortune, and MAJOR. collectively bring in three nominations. The winners will be revealed during the two-hour LIVE TV special, airing Saturday, February 25th, 2023 at 8:00 PM ET on
On Friday, January 21, 2023, New York City’s Town Hall presentation “A Celebration of Composer Twinkie Clark,” conducted by musical polymath Damien Sneed was a huge success. The star-studded lineup included multiple Grammy Award-winning recording artists Karen Clark Sheard and Faith Evans, tenor saxophonist and
Stellar Award winning, Todd Dulaney releases a new single in collaboration with Bishop Hezekiah Walker, titled, "It's Working."
"It's Working", recorded live on September 17, 2022, at Calvary Baptist Church in Chicago, is an energic and empowering declaration that God is in control, so everything will
Known to the Christian Hip Hop community as Da’ T.R.U.T.H., Emanuel Lee Lambert Jr. is ringing in 2023 with a new name and self-titled album, Emanuel, that proves hip hop is not just for the youth. Emanuel, a sonic journey through Emanuel's entire career, including
A warm night, June 2004. Four Michigan women known as RiZen stepped on to a stage at Rocketown, a skatepark/youth facility in downtown Nashville. Their voices exploded and bounced off the cinderblock walls as the quartet zig-zagged the stage with churchy, synchronized choreography that complimented their feverish,