Gospel music icon, CeCe Winans has released a new music video for her widely-received version of “Goodness of God”. The worship/thanksgiving anthem housed in her latest album, “Believe for It”, is originally sung/performed by Bethel Music. The new visuals captures CeCe and her family watching on full display the projection of some of the testimonies
After much anticipation, global superstar Ciara has released her Summer Walker-assisted single “Better Thangs.” It marks their second collaboration, following “Ciara’s Prayer,” which appeared on Walker’s 2021 album, Still Over It. “Better Thangs” is an energizing affirmation that one can turn heartbreak into empowerment. What truly makes this celebration of healing after a dead-end relationship
Jagged Edge Talks New Single ‘Inseparable,’ Upcoming ONE MusicFest, Working With dvsn and More: Interview
“There’s a void out there for male R&B groups like Jagged Edge, [which] has a rough-around-the-edges feel but can deliver vocally,” a thriving Jermaine Dupri, head of So So Def, told Billboard in August 1997. “I think they have the right creative mix and are especially interesting since they wrote the songs on the album.”
Tone Stith has announced a new headlining tour dubbed Set The Tone Tour. The emerging singer and songwriter confirmed the news on Instagram on Tuesday afternoon. It follows his 2021 FWM Tour. The Set The Tone Tour kicks off Oct. 21 at Amplified Live in Dallas, Texas. From there, Stith will travel across the U.S.
Dylan Sinclair has released the official remix of his song “Open,” featuring Destin Conrad and Jvck James. The original track appears on Sinclair’s recent project, No Longer in the Suburbs, released in May. “This new ‘Open’ remix for me was about collaborating with two of my favorite up-and-coming artists who inspire me,” says Sinclair. “Destin
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Member countries vote on Thursday for an American or a Russian to lead the International Telecommunication Union, which sets standards for new technologies.