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The great thing about Christmas albums, is that you can go back to your favorites every single year. From Mahalia Jackson, to Edwin Hawkins to Kirk Franklin, every major artist seems to have a Christmas project. We have compiled our favorites over

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Let's revisit 2004, and look again at Gospel reggae sensation Monty G's Until Life project. The Bahamian artist brought his sophomore effort to the fore with rapid-fire dancehall chatting combined with a melodic, roots vibe. Re-read the album review of Until Life.

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Throwback time! In 2006 we interviewed Commissiond alumnus Marcus Cole as he released his first solo project, Write My Song. It still makes for an interesting read as he discusses his days with Commissioned, his hiatus, and his solo career. Read the Interview by clicking here.

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Gospel music veteran Jason White is grabbing attention with his new single “It Didn’t Prevail”, from Whitethrone Productions.  With his group New Day, White delivers a soul stirring mid-tempo encouragement on this selection, which is gaining radio adds nation wide.  The noted producer (Tina Campbell,

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It's always nice to look back.  With JJ Hairston's new single, "You Deserve It" making waves across the country, and with his new live-recorded project with Youthful Praise soon heading our way in 2017 on JamesTown Music, we fondly look back to some of his

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Archeophone Records is releasing on Sept 30, 2016, a book and CD compilation titled Waxing the Gospel: Mass Evangelism and the Phonograph, 1890-1900.  Comprising 102 tracks (almost four hours of audio) on three CDs encased in an illustrated 408-page hardback book, the project explores the

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Throwbacks are always great fun. How about going back to 1995 for this one, from Deitrick Haddon?  Before his solo days, and even before the advent of his choir Voices of Unity (which debuted on Tyscot Records, also in 1995 with Come Into This House),

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