Gospel artiste and songwriter Mojee is out with a brand new single titled “Amen“. According to the praise-worship leader, ‘Amen’ is a song of reverence to the one and only true God. “We know Jesus by many names. The scripture reveals him as a Healer, Protector, Provider, Builder, Mediator, Wisdom of God, Righteous Judge and
Joe Praize is back with new music: Mo Gbona! (I”m Hot) The award-winning Nigerian gospel singer and Energetic artiste taps into the Ama-piano wave for a sizzling hot new single titled “Mo Gbona” (I”m Hot), released via his imprint Coast to Coast. This marks the first effort from Joe Praize this year after the well-received
Singer-songwriter and Vocal coach, OluwaShalom is out with a brand new song “Baba Ara,” produced by Nathan Florocka Akiremi. The exquisite singer in this folklore tune shares a very intuitive description of God as a “Wonder Working God.” OluwaShalom shares; “in a world full of fears, anxieties, and uncertainties, we all need a voice of
Jordan Feliz will be hitting the road next month for his headline tour, “Jesus Is Coming Back,” featuring Jonathan Traylor. The post Jordan Feliz Announces West Coast Tour appeared first on The Gospel Music Association.
Warren Embarks On Bigger Story Tour With Cade Thompson. The post Radiate Music Signs Justin Warren to Exclusive Recording Contract appeared first on The Gospel Music Association.
By Blessings Chingrande, Special to the AFRO Rising high school seniors in Montgomery County say they are hesitant to apply for college because the COVID-19 pandemic didn’t allow for school […] The post Students in Montgomery County, Md. say they feel unready for college appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
By Maya Pottiger, Word In Black From mushy fish sticks and fries to mystery meat burgers and soggy broccoli, public school lunches in the United States aren’t exactly known as […] The post America’s school lunch program is failing Black students appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
By Maya Pottiger, Word In Black Between mass shootings, anti-LGBTQ bills, burned-out teachers, diverse books being banned, and the school-to-prison pipeline, as well as drill-and-kill standardized-test-driven instruction, is it any […] The post Here’s How We Bring Black Students Back to School appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
By Maya Pottiger, Word In Black As students around the country begin heading back to school, they’re being told that this year will be “normal” again, referring to classes being […] The post How anti-LGBTQ legislation will impact Black students appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
By Tashi McQueen, AFRO Political Writer, Report for America Corps Member If there is doubt that young people are interested in advocating for the improvement of American values, the worry […] The post Black members of Gen Z take to the 2022 political stage appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .