Since releasing their recording of “Amazing Grace” in 2021, The McCrary Sisters — dubbed “Nashville music royalty” by NPR — have lost two members of their legendary family: sister Deborah, and brother Sam, Jr. In the spirit of healing, the iconic group will release two new tracks featuring some of Deborah’s last recordings: “Shake It
“KADOSH” (Live) is the title track from Joe Mettle‘s just-released new album. The God-exalting beautiful piece was first introduced and ministered by the renowned Ghanaian worship leader at the 2022 edition of his annual ‘Praiz Reloaded’ concert which doubles as its 10th anniversary. Following the album’s release, Joe Mettle premieres the official video of “KADOSH”
“THE KADOSH” (Live), the much-awaited new album from Joe Mettle is finally out and available now to download/stream on digital platforms. This release comes on the heels of Mettle’s recently-concluded regional tour marking the 10-year anniversary of his annual “Praiz Reloaded” concert. “THE KADOSH” (Live) is an 11-track body of work featuring lead single “Great
Nigerian gospel singer, Steve Crown has premiered the official video for “Your Love” featuring Veteran Indigenous gospel singer, Tope Alabi. The moving ballad is one of the standout tracks from Steve Crown’s ‘KAIROS‘ EP which dropped in May. It’s a song about GOD’s unconditional love. Speaking about the song, Crown said; “It is an embodiment
Mary J. Blige is happy. Seriously, the Queen of Hip-Hop Soul is in a good headspace and makes it known on Angie Martinez‘s newly-minted podcast, In Real Life. In the episode titled “We’re All Gonna Die,” Blige spoke candidly about a series of topics, some of which are remarks we have yet to hear from
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Anatoly Chubais, who resigned and left Russia in March, had grown numb in his hands and legs.
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The Russian Defense Ministry had said it would allow the United Nations and the Red Cross to visit the site.