Tyscot Records, the nation's oldest Black Gospel label is ecstatic with the news of its five nominations for the 47th annual Dove Awards. Anthony Brown & group therAPy continue their year of celebration as Worth is a contender in the Song of the Year and Urban Worship Recorded
Marquis Boone Entertainment recording artist Bri (Briana) Babineaux headlines the New Artist on the Block Tour making its first stop in Hendersonville, Tennessee on July 5th. Joining Babineaux on tour is Sunday Best winner Geoffery Golden and MBE's newest signee Kelontae Gavin. Tour dates are
Atlanta's Marquis Boone in a short time has gone from new kid on the block to music powerhouse. His Marquis Boone Enterprises has racked up 6 Billboard #1 singles in the last year from breakout artists Casey J and Bri (Briana Babineaux).
Casey J's meteoric rise
The ever athletic singing sensation and recently engaged Bri Babineaux will head to the Staple Center to sing the National Anthem as the Los Angeles Sparks take on the Phoenix Mercury on June 17th. In addition, Babineaux will perform during the half time show.
The high school
Its been a good year for Tyscot Records and the blessings just continue to flow. The oldest existing African American Gospel Music label began the year with a record 10 Stellar Award wins for Anthony Brown and group therAPy. The radio hit Worth from their
Showing the world that music is a family affair, Briana Babineaux and her kin folk rang in the New Year singing praise to God. The impromptu medley included the hymn When We All Get to Heaven paired with The McClurkin Project’s 2006 hit “As Long