Gospel Music’s favorite band of brothers THE WARDLAW BROTHERS (TWB5) have been in the studio over the past year working diligently to deliver an epic follow up to their 2013 GOD’S BEEN THERE album which boasted hits “Thank You”, “Somewhere Listening” and their Billboard Top 20 Radio quartet inspired hit “Right Now Lord”. Continue reading
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Derek Minor releases the video for “Look at Me Now” with a digital premiere on BET.com. “Look at Me Now” is the latest video from his hit album, Reflection, which debuted at #5 on Billboard’s Top Rap Albums chart. His current hit single “Change the World (feat. Hollyn), also continues to impact radio, rising up the Christian Hot AC/CHR chart to #18.
Billboard Magazine chart-topping recording artist Charles Jenkins – who is currently riding the Billboard Adult R&B and Gospel Airplay charts with his urban inspirational smash “Winning” – is not slowing down. Now, Jenkins has undertaken his biggest project yet by producing the hour-long musical television special “Holiday Praise.” Continue reading
Award-winning singer-songwriter Ginny Owens releases her ninth studio album, Love Be The Loudest, this Friday, Nov. 18, on her indie label, Chick Power Music, with The Fuel Music distribution. Continue reading
This week on The Billboard Gospel charts, Tamela Mann continues at #1 with her album “One Way”. The group known as The Church Choir comes in at #2 with “If God Be for Us.” Bishop Paul S. Morton debuts first week sales of his new album “Legacy” at #3. Also debuting first week sales is The Rance Allen Group who comes in at #7 with “Live From San Francisco.” Continue reading
One day, New York Times bestselling author and Bible teacher Priscilla Shirer’s son asked, “Mom, will I ever be in a battle?” That one question was the inspiration for her kids’ series, THE PRINCE WARRIORS. Continue reading