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Contemporary gospel groovers Half Mile Home is prepping for their 11-song July 8 2016 album release, Don't Judge Me, which will be released via Church Boy Muzik, Inc. and Black Smoke Music World Wide.  The project features a guest appearance from Lejeune Thompson. The Akron Ohio-based

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[caption id="attachment_9449" align="alignleft" width="300"] Seth & Nirva CD[/caption] Worship duo and husband and wife team Seth & Nirva have released their major label debut on Integrity Music on May 27th, 2016. With production from Israel Houghton and others, the album Never Alone features a mix of vertically

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Detroit based label Yunion Productions (previous projects Genocide and the H.E.R Project) returns with Bow Down featuring Chris Lawson. Lawson is currently a featured soloist with praise & worship leader Israel Houghton at the Lakewood church in Houston, Texas. The 11-track praise and worship project

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Although Roebuck "Pops" Staples, patriarch of the famous Staple Singers, died in 2000, we haven't heard the last of his recording projects.  On February 17th, Wilco's dBpm imprint, Anti Records, releases Don't Lose This, the final chapter in Pops Staples' body of work.  Recorded in

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Fresh from the December 2014 release of her devotional book geared towards teen girls (The Proverbial Girl: The 31-Day Devotional of Wisdom, Values, and Being Fabulous), neo-soul songstress Lisa McClendon has now also released her next audio project. Titled 5AM, the 12-track project features popular

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Win the Thirsty CD from new artist David Adesokan by emailing us the answer to the following question: "From where does David obtain his inspiration when writing songs?" If you answer correctly, you may be one of several chosen to receive the CD. Email your

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The Stellar Award winning Beverly Crawford is gearing up for the release of her new CD, Live from Los Angeles – Vol. 2, on Sept. 14th (JDI/Universal). As the follow-up to her #1 chart-topper “He’s Done Enough”, which dominated the charts, Live from Los Angeles

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