RCA Inspirationcelebrates two nominations for the 2018 Soul Train Awards, with gospel icon Kirk Franklin (Fo Yo Soul/RCA) and hip-hop icon Snoop Dogg (All The Time Entertainment/RCA Inspiration) getting nominated in the category of Best Gospel/Inspirational Award. Kirk Franklin and Snoop Dogg are both previous
The 2016 Soul Train Awards are set to celebrate the best in Soul, R&B, Hip-hop, Jazz and Gospel. In the lone gospel category are the following nominees:
Best Gospel/Inspirational Song
Donnie McClurkin – “I Need You”
Hezekiah Walker – “Better”
Kirk Franklin- “123 Victory”
Tamela Mann- “God Provides”
Travis Greene- “Made A
Erica Campbell and Tasha Cobbs left the Soul Train Awards 2015 crowd standing after rousing renditions of Campbells’ “Little More Jesus” and Cobbs’ “Put A Praise On It”. Campbell was nominated for this year’s Gospel/Inspirational Song of the Year for “More Love”. Check out the video of their performance on BET’s broadcast.
Lecrae won the award for Best Gospel and/or Inspirational Song, “All I Need Is You” at the 2015 Soul Train Awards that aired last night. Erica Campbell won the award last year for her song “Help” that also featured Lecrae. Nominees this year in the category were:
The 2013 Soul Train Awards honoring both the artists and the music that they make will take place on November 8th, 2013 at the Orleans Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada. The awards show will honor artists in 12 different categories. Artists in the category for Best Gospel/Inspirational Performance are:
In 1988, Frank Williams, member of the Jackson Southernaires and executive for Malaco Records set out to form a choir using Mississippi singers and musicians. The auditions resulted in over 100 singers coming from across the state and after hours of intensive rehearsals, The Mississippi Mass Choir recorded their first album and video on October 29, 1988. The project hit #1 on the Billboard charts within 5 weeks of its release in 1989 and rode the charts for 45 weeks, garnering the choir top honors at GMWA and the Stellar Awards as well as Soul Train and Dove Award nominations.
With the news this week of Dorothy Norwood launching her very own Dorothy Norwood Music Group imprint , many gospel insiders wondered if this would be the vehicle Norwood will use for the release of the follow up to the 2006 Caravans Paved the Way
Gospel Super Duo Mary Mary took home the award for "Best Gospel Performance" at this year's Soul Train Awards. The star studded show was held on November 17th at the Fox Theatre in Atlanta, Ga. and aired on November 27th on BET. This year's
The 2010 Soul Train Award Nominees were announced and the Gospel category is well represented with heavy hitters! The nominees for Best Gospel Performance are Fred Hammond, Pastor Marvin Sapp, Youthful Praise featuring JJ Hairston, Tye Tribbett, Lisa Page Brooks, and Bishop Hezekiah Walker and