Stellar Award winning Christian hip hop artist Derek Minor took to his blog to premiere the new video for his latest creation, Free. Motivated by the senseless violence and recent killings in Baton Rouge, Minor composed Free in just three hours, and shot the video
After what seemed like a long four year hiatus, our favorite sister duo Mary Mary return with new music inspired by the new Paramount/MGM movie Ben Hur, produced by Mark Burnett and Roma Downey.
Back To You is written and produced by Warryn Campbell and makes
Grammy nominee Anita Wilson is getting in gear for a live recording taking place in Chicago on October 8th. The East St. Louis, Illinois native received a Grammy nomination for her second album Vintage Worship released last year as well as her debut project Worship
Sho Baraka has found a new home. After leaving Reach Records in 2011 over what he felt were directional differences, Amisho Baraka has popped up here and there with a collab, or project almost as a call home to let mom know he's ok, but
Kirk Franklin and Kanye West. Chance The Rapper and Byron Cage. Puff Daddy and Isaac Carree? Well… not exactly, but close enough. Isaac Carree and Zacardi Cortez are singing background vocals on the Bad Boy Family Reunion Tour that reunites entertainers Puff Daddy, Lil Kim, Mase, Faith Evans, Mario Winans, Total, Carl Thomas, 112 and The Lox in venues around the country.
This isn’t anything new as gospel singers often provide background vocals for many artists outside of gospel music. So what makes this news? In the last few years we have seen a lot of notable gospel artists collaborating with those across the secular lines. Hey! Shirley Caesar even got a few stanzas in with Anthony Hamilton. well Sean “Diddy” Combs is known to have gospel influences in his music as well as his presentations, and adding Carree and Cortez might just be the thing to give that portion the authenticity it needs.
MasterpieceA twenty year music career is the dream of many artists of ANY genre. Some artists never make it past a debut album, let alone overcome what is called the "sophomore jinx". Then there is the widely witnessed "artistic identity crisis" that we see
February 3rd marks the return of the sister trio Virtue with Testimony Reloaded, a reissue of their 2006 studio release. This edition features two new tracks; You are, the Billboard top 30 radio single and You Deserve, both produced by Grammy Award winner, Fred Jerkins.
Because love is something that the world can never get enough of, Erica Campbell releases her new single, More Love to radio and digital outlets. The single is the precursor to the March 31st release of Help 2.0, a re-release of her Dove, Stellar and