Nigerian gospel artiste, songwriter & music coach, Teepraiz born Adimoh Toba Sunday is full of gratitude in his newest single titled “Nothing You Can Not Do.” The melodic highlife midtempo is a testimony of God’s goodness, faithfulness, and power. Aside from his solo singing career, Adimoh Toba Sunday doubles as the lead singer for the
Gospel music sensation, Blessing Jude-Okeke fondly called MB delivers a soul-lifting, embracing ballad in the form of her new single titled “Show Yourself”. The faith-inspiring track is a song of prayer to God for the manifestation of His power. Blessing shares; “This song was born in a season when I needed God to come through
Maverick City Music and Kirk Franklin performing on The Today Show. The post Tune In Alert: Maverick City Music and Kirk Franklin On The Today Show appeared first on The Gospel Music Association.
TobyMac has unveiled the effervescent music video for “The Goodness (feat. Blessing Offor),” the current single from his recently-announced and greatly-anticipated, August 19 release LIFE AFTER DEATH. The post TobyMac Premiers Music Video for “The Goodness (feat. Blessing Offor)” appeared first on The Gospel Music Association.
Sidewalk Prophets, along with Instruments Of Joy, played their Great Big Family Reunion event at the historic Ryman Auditorium Monday night, July 4. The post Sidewalk Prophets Celebrate Great Big Family Reunion appeared first on The Gospel Music Association.
A captivating look, effortless sound, and a fearless multi-dimensional range of talent, Queens native, Swxm is proving himself as a force and cultural influence worth paying attention to in his new single and visualizer titled “Swim.” Produced by Die Rich Beats and directed by dpoftheyear, “Swim” has poised itself as a track with the potential
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