When she was a little girl, gospel music star Erica Campbell dreamed about performing with the Winans family and The Clark Sisters, and now she's glorifying God for making that dream a reality.
Campbell, the 43-year-old "I Luh God" singer, performed along with BeBe Winans, 3 Winans Brothers and The Clark Sisters during the Howard University Homecoming Gospel Show on Sunday.
She took to social media to honor God for allowing her to take part in the gospel music celebration and to show her gratitude for a memorable experience. more >>
A group of women have decided that it's not enough to just follow the advice of cows and eat more chicken; they must sing about it.
The Texting Yoga Pants, a group of millennial-aged mothers who, apparently, wear yoga pants, posted a video titled "I Wanna Go To Chick Fil A" in August that has accrued over 940,000 views.
With little children in tow, the mothers go to the popular fast-food chicken sandwich chain and enjoy the services provided. more >>
Grammy award-winning singer Sam Smith may not have a biblical worldview per se, but his music does allude to it.
The English-born singer-songwriter was recently tasked to create the theme song for the newest James Bond film, "Spectre."
Already generating wide buzz and acclaim across the globe, Smith's song "Writing's on the Wall" is a biblical allusion. more >>
Gospel music mogul Yolanda Adams isn't happy that the stars of "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" are being celebrated by Cosmopolitan magazine as "America's first family" in its 50th birthday issue.
"I usually don't get into the Kardashian world but I am deeply disappointed in Cosmo's November issue deeming them America's First Family," Adams wrote on Facebook. "This is regrettable and selfish."
Kris Jenner is pictured on next month's cover surrounded by her daughters Kourtney, Kim and Khloe Kardashian along with Kendall and Kylie Jenner for a cover story and a 16-page layout where they are labeled the nation's first family. more >>
Rihanna thought that she could be Chris Brown's "guardian angel," who could change him even after he assaulted her in 2009, the award winning R&B singer said.
Despite the abuse that she suffered at the hands of her ex-boyfriend, Rihanna said she still cares for Chris Brown. The Barbadian singer recently opened up about her past and present feelings for her former lover and her situation after they finally parted ways, according to the International Business Times (IBT) AU.
In an interview with Vanity Fair for the magazine's November issue, Rihanna said she is not presently on good terms with Brown, but she said she does not hold a grudge against him, Gulf News reports. more >>
World-renowned cellist Yo-Yo Ma was recently featured on the "Late Show" with Stephen Colbert performing Camille Saint-Saëns' "The Swan." The melody was an auditory feast.
The Grammy-award winning, Presidential Medal of Freedom recipient played the classic piece alongside Jon Batiste and his band Stay Human, who serve as the house band for the "Late Show."
In a television program long known for it's over-the-top interviews, comedy routines, and sometimes profane content, Ma and Stay Human brought relaxed and sophisticated euphony to the evening's events as part of a web exclusive. more >>