Following a series of intense live auditions, the much-anticipated Top 10 participants of the Gospel Groove Talent Quest (2023) have been officially unveiled! The Journey which began with 140 participants dedicatedly immersed into the MINDUSTRY academy, whilst convincing the judges with their musical skills and prowess, finally witnesses the top candidates who will passionately bring
“THINGS MEANT FOR ME” was written and produced by Eric Robersonand Brett “B Dubb” Baker. “This song captures the thoughts I have shared and practiced for years. I truly believe we find songs more than we create them. So my goal is to stay away of the life nudges. And as I prepare to release a song
CeCe Winans is the cover artist for the latest issue of Rolling Out talking about faith, tour, fashion and being honored at the 2023 Stellar Awards. Read the full article HERE.
Christian Copyright Licensing International (CCLI) announced today three leadership promotions: Gary Christensen, a 25-year veteran of the company, has been appointed to President, Nate Scott has been named SVP, Operations, and Jay Sudarma has been promoted from Global Marketing Manager to Global Director of Marketing.
Syntax Creative is excited to announce their new partnership with GRAMMY-nominated and thirteen-time Dove Award winning songwriter, Cindy Morgan and her recently launched, Roho Records. The Nashville-based songwriter’s upcoming project will be a series of singles in anticipation of her new album, The Sounds of Jubilee. The lead single, “Jubilee,” was released on July 14th
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