As gospel singer William Murphy prepares for the release of his new album, Demonstrate, the music minister has been living up to the album's name by diligently leading his supporters in daily prayers on social media.
During Thursday's prayer in which Murphy hashtagged #1000peoplepraying #prayingthroughit and #lemonade, the gospel singer prayed for people who feel they have messed up in life. He also asked for his fans to fervently pray with him. His supplication was that he and those praying would have the grace to keep on going despite their failures.
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For weeks Justin Bieber has been expressing some unsettling feelings he has been having, but one worship song puts him in a better place spiritually.
"This song puts my heart and soul at ease," Bieber captioned a screenshot of the Bethel Music song "No Longer Slaves."
The post comes days after Bieber spoke out against the inauthenticity of the Billboard Music Awards where he performed. more >>
Kierra Sheard is honoring her mother and aunts by leading an Essence All-Star tribute to the famed gospel music pioneers The Clark Sisters.
The tribute will take place at the 2016 Essence Festival in New Orleans, Louisiana, this summer.
Before the world learned that Kirk Franklin and Kanye West would collaborate on the rapper's record, the gospel musician's protégé, Christon Gray, was praying for the situation.
Franklin surprised people by appearing on rapper Kanye West's album The Life Of Pablo, where he is heard praying on the song "Ultra Light Beams," earlier this year. However, before 46-year-old gospel music legend Kirk Franklin entered the studio with West, he called on his 30-year-old mentee to pray for the project.
"He just hit me up and just asked for prayer that if it was an environment that did not really fit what he's trying to do, that he would have the strength to say no," Gray told Hip Hop DX. "'Cause it is Kanye and they had legends in the room. I wanted to be in the room. Andre 3000 was in there and I was like, 'bruh, can we meet?'" more >>
Sean "Puff Daddy" Combs has proven to be a force in the world of hip-hop and R&B, but what many of his fans don't know is that he has a record full of gospel songs that the world has yet to hear.
Combs and his producer Stevie J created the Bad Boy record label's first gospel album titled Thank You in 1997. Now that Bad Boy is embarking on a 20 year anniversary tour, Ebony magazine has unearthed the details of the unreleased record.
According to Ebony, the record would have featured B.I.G., Faith Evans, Tanya Blount, Brandy, Carl Thomas, John P. Kee, Brian McKnight, Boys II Men and Total. more >>
Candace Cameron Bure is receiving backlash from some of her Christian fans for singing the '90s hit song "Ice Ice Baby" for karaoke day on "The View."
On Wednesday's episode of ABC's all-female talk show, Bure performed a 2016 cover of the popular '90s rap song, and was joined onstage by Vanilla Ice. Some of her more conservative Christian fans criticized her song choice while others stood up for her.
Bure, fully dressed in b-boy style, rapped and danced — hopping, sliding, and twirling around the stage. more >>