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B-Slade (TONEX) Releases Dis-Track to Christian Haters After Recent Performance

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[B-Slade (Formerly known as Tonex) is back in church and starting controversy]

B. Slade (Formerly known as Tonex) just released a “dis-track” to his Christian haters on Facebook. Read the full post »


This post was written by Kris Patrick | October 26, 2016


Boycott of TONEX’s Gospel Comeback Concert Gaining Supporters

Tonex_PM-SliderImageThe artist formerly known as Tonex, also going by the alias B-Slade announced in bold fashion that he was back performing Gospel music two weeks ago. Read the full post »


This post was written by Kris Patrick | September 11, 2013


Is TONEX Coming Back to Gospel? B-Slade Formerly known as TONEX Announces Concert Using His Old Name

tonex-before-after-new235x2Only questions come to mind when PATH learned of the artist formerly known as Tonex’s latest concert promotion. His press contact called it a comeback concert, and his publicist simply said he’s using his former moniker for the last time. Read the full post »


This post was written by Kris Patrick | August 29, 2013


B-SLADE, The Artist Formerly Known as TONEX Takes the Mic at Church Funeral

B-SladeThe artist formerly known as TONEX, is still able to tear a church up through song. Now going by the name of B-Slade, the Gospel turned secular artist recently did a Gospel cameo caught on a cell phone video. Read the full post »


This post was written by Kris Patrick | January 14, 2013


TONEX Says People are Born Homosexual & Call Him B-Slade

B-SladeThe Path MEGAzine catches up with the artist formerly known as TONEX. He is now going by the name B-Slade. B-Slade graciously grants us an interview after stepping off the stage of the Bonnerfied Radio’s anniversary celebration at the 26th annual Stellar Awards.

The performance would be the largest public performance that B-Slade has done since announcing that he was gay on the now cancelled Lexi Show. You could tell that the interview, and the controversy was still fresh on B-Slade’s mind, as he changed the lyrics of his hit song “The Trust Theory” to include not speaking with Kirk Franklin in about 6 years and dropping Lexi’s name later in the next sentence.  Read the full post »


This post was written by Kris Patrick | November 15, 2011


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