Rihanna was among the performers at the 95th Oscars on Sunday night. The global star performed her Oscar-nominated song “Lift Me Up” from the Black Panther: Wakanda Forever soundtrack. Donning a black silk tulle embroidered top and dark silver and blue silk brocade trousers, a pregnant Rihanna belted the emotional ballad with conviction. Her boyfriend
Jordan St. Cyr has won his first Juno Award. The Juno Awards, which honors all genres of Canada’s top musicians, singers, songwriters, and producers, recognized St. Cyr for his debut self-titled album in the Contemporary Christian/ Gospel Album of the Year category. This was St. Cyr’s first Juno nomination. The post Jordan St. Cyr Wins
The tour will feature Elevation Worship and Steven Furtick as the life-changing night of worship sweeps across cities this October. The post Elevation Church Announces Fall 2023 Tour appeared first on The Gospel Music Association.
Phil Wickham and Brandon Lake are joining forces for “Summer Worship Nights,” a co-headline bill slated to visit arenas in a dozen markets this August and will feature direct support from hip-hop titan KB. The post Phil Wickham and Brandon Lake Join Forces for “Summer Worship Nights” Tour appeared first on The Gospel Music Association.
Transparent Productions announces a new tour, “The Awe of God Tour” with author and speaker John Bevere along with worship leader Kim Walker-Smith. The tour will feature eight nights of worship during the month of May. The post Author and Speaker John Bevere and Kim Walker-Smith Join for “The Awe Of God Tour” appeared first
Aerial imagery from the Turkish government shows astonishing destruction in Antakya, where a 7.8-magnitude earthquake struck on Feb. 6.
Moscow’s forces have stepped up artillery and infantry assaults across eastern Ukraine, trying to improve their position before either side attempts a major breakthrough.
Also, Russia is set to face war crimes charges and China’s new premier seeks to reassure investors.
The film followed Aleksei Navalny, a prominent critic of President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia, as he investigated his own near-fatal poisoning in 2020.
Nazara Technologies, a mobile gaming company, said two of its subsidiaries had together more than $7.7 million in balances at the failed bank.