Nigerian singer-songwriter and music minister, Grace Igho makes her debut on the gospel music scene with her first official single “Olorun Majemu” (Covenant Keeping God), accompanied by a music video. The rock-infused tune is a song that acknowledges God’s faithfulness to His word and His unchanging commitment to us. Grace Igho is a recording artist
Today (Sept. 30) marks the 25th anniversary of Next’s extremely impressive debut album, Rated Next. With “Too Close,” the second single from the 1997 album, the then-newly introduced trio, composed of RL, T-Low, and Tweety, became the fourth R&B act of 1998 to top the Billboard Hot 100 chart. Moreover, it reigned for five non-consecutive
Three years after With Time, ilham returns with a new self-titled EP. It marks the rising singer/songwriter’s first project for Def Jam. Ilham was executive produced by DannyBoyStyles and features additional co-production from him, Bizness Boi, The Fisticuffs, Julez Jadon, SVRN, Blake Straus, and NinetyFour, among others. The vibey EP possesses a breezy synergy that
R&B duo dvsn (Daniel Daley and Nineteen85) has joined forces with R&B group Jagged Edge for their new single “What’s Up.” It was co-produced by Nineteen85, Jermaine Dupri and Bryan-Michael Cox. “What’s Up” picks up where dvsn left off on their previous single “If I Get Caught.” Here, a lovesick Daley contemplates hitting up an
Jawan x Tiffany is back. The R&B duo, composed of Tiffany Evans and Jawan Harris, have returned with “Patience.” The new single follows last year’s “To Myself,” which marked the second single as a collective. Beginning with melodic piano notes, “Patience” leads to Jawan’s passionate voice floating atop a tender arrangement produced by Jaydot. With
Joyce Wrice plans to get better acquainted musically with Grammy-winning producer/DJ Kaytranada on the new EP Motive. The new record will arrive independently on Oct. 7. Wrice shared that she recorded Motive as an outlet for the world to dance to. Wrice explains, “This new project is experimental, fun, carefree, and sexy. After Overgrown, I
Watch Tasha Cobbs Leonard perform “The Church I Grew Up In” on The Tamron Hall Show. The post Tasha Cobbs Leonard Performs on The Tamron Hall Show appeared first on The Gospel Music Association.
Through intimate discussions exploring faith, redemption, and the realities of today’s world, Good Words with Kirk Franklin invites listeners into shared moments with some of the biggest names across entertainment. The first episode includes a candid conversation with Grammy-nominated singer and songwriter Tamar Braxton. The post Kirk Franklin Launches Second Season of Podcast appeared first