Essence Festival Durban is right around the corner, and for those of you who plan on attending, Yolanda Adams, Mary Mary and Joyous Celebration will be performing during an all-star gospel concert on that Sunday, Nov. 13th.
Gospel recording artist, Donnie McClurkin stopped by The Real today where he performed his new single “I Need You” from his latest album The Journey. McClurkin goes on to reveal to the ladies the motivation behind the single.
Nobody can deny the transformation that has happened in soul singer Tweet’s life. Earlier this year, after a 10-year hiatus, Tweet, who is dating Pastor Jamal Bryant released a soulful album titled after her birth name, Charlene. In it, her gospel roots are evident. It even features an inspirational track called “I Was Created For
The Rance Allen Group is set to release it’s 25th album!!!!! The Rance Allen Group, three blood brothers, will release its 25th original album and third live project – “Live From San Francisco Bay” (Tyscot Records) – on October 28th. The group pioneered the fusion of R&B-styled rhythms with the spiritual and message music themes in the 1970s. It’s
Tasha Cobbs has released the video for her latest single “You Still Love Me” prepare yourself for worship………
Watch as little Zianna Oliphant stands before the Charlotte city council with tears streaming down her face, and says these words, “we need our fathers and mothers to be by our side.”
Apple aired a promo last night right before the debate started of Sec. of State Hillary Clinton being song to by Mary J. Blige about police brutality.
It’s going down in Houston, Texas!!!!!!! The Super Bowl Gospel celebration is headed to Houston and will be held at Joel Osteen’s Lakewood Church.
Radio personality Michael Baisden whose been absent from radio for the last three years is back!!!! The departure of Michael Baisden left a huge void in urban radio. Recognized as one of the most influential men in radio, Michael Baisden hosted, produced, and programmed the top rated and most listened to urban afternoon drive radio
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump went head-to-head for the first time Monday night in a debate at Hofstra University in Hempstead, N.Y. The debate was moderated by Lester Holt of NBC News and came as polls both nationally and in swing states are tightening. When asked by Lester Holt about race relations in our country