Carly Rae Jepsen, who co-penned and sang the hit single, "Call Me Maybe" has just released a brand new single over the weekend, and the new track, "I Really Like You." It s reported to be catchier than her previous hit.
Canadian pop singer Carly Rae Jepsen has recently put out another single that many fans have described to be as addictive to listen to, if not more so than her 2012 hit "Call Me Maybe."
"I Really Like You" marks the "Canadian Idol" Season Five runner up's first release in three years. The music video for the song, which was shot late last year during one of the coldest winters in New York, features fellow Canadian pop idol, Justin Bieber, and Academy Award winning actor, Tom Hanks. more >>
Australian megachurch Hillsong will see the premiere of its first ever film, "Hillsong — Let Hope Rise," released in May following news that Relativity Studios will distribute the project.
On Wednesday, Matt Alvarez, who's overseeing the project for Relativity, the third-largest mini-major film studio in the world, said the studio is "excited" about the highly anticipated film. "Hillsong — Let Hope Rise" chronicles the journey of Australian worship band Hillsong United, which began in 1998 as a pastime for youth at church and has since grown into a global sensation.
"We are excited to share 'Hillsong — Let Hope Rise' with moviegoers across the United States. Chronicling this Christian band's humble beginnings to their present day worldwide ministry is truly remarkable and worthy of their story being told on the big screen," Alvarez said in a statement. more >>
Greg Holden had always been inspired by a friend's random act of kindness. In this song "Hold On Tight" he turned that incredible act of kindness into a music video. It's incredible to see how one act of kindness comes full circle with an extremely powerful message at the end.
The meaning of the song is very powerful in itself, but when you find out what happens in the video it will really touch your heart. This video will really grab hold tight and make you feel its emotions. Greg starts the video by doing something helpful for a lady who falls on the floor. That act of kindness goes all around and eventually leads back to him in an incredible way. Wait and see how far one simple act of kindness can go!
This is a MUST-SEE music video! more >>
During a local basketball game, 2-year-old Trent Harris was asked to sing the Star Spangled Banner. He goes up there and when he starts to sing you will instantly have a huge SMILE on your face!
Trent does his best to sing like a professional. His adorable rendition will make your day that much better. Not every 2-year-old has what it takes to go up in front of everyone with confidence and do what Trent does. Let this little man inspire you today. He is a future superstar!
Watch this 2-year-old sing the cutest national anthem below: more >>
Pastor Donnie McClurkin's family is mourning the loss of their sibling Cheryl "Cheri" McClurkin who passed away Tuesday.
Cheryl died from a heart attack at 4 p.m. on March 3, according to the pastor and gospel singer's representatives.
"The McClurkin Family gathered together today to say farewell to their sibling, Cheryl "Cheri" McClurkin who died from complications of a massive coronary heart attack," Donnie's representative said in a statement obtained by The Christian Post. more >>
Kanye West recently likened the Bible to themes from the popular Matrix film franchise, one day after announcing that his eighth studio album would be titled "So Help Me God."
The 37-year-old rap and fashion mogul, spoke at Oxford University's Museum of Natural History on March 2. While speaking about his creative stream of consciousness, classism and elitism, West also managed to speak about applying the Bible to his own life.
"There's a Bible saying, 'No weapon formed against me shall prosper'. Recently I've been doing interviews and I've had to go back to this verse because I don't think there's a living celebrity with more weapons formed against them, but I also don't think there's one more prosperous," West said, in his speech, according to Oxford's The Tab. "So what weapons have prospered? The smoke and mirrors of other opinions." more >>