Michelle Williams is giving people some insight about God recognizing when some do not give credit to the right individuals.
Williams, the 34-year-old singer, has both Grammy and NAACP Image award nominations for her latest solo effort, "Journey To Freedom." It seems to have been a productive year for Williams who remains busy with her Oxygen network television show "Fix My Choir."
However, the entertainer recently took to Twitter to express herself about people not giving credit where it is due and God seeing it all. more >>
Trip Lee recently released his new book, which is causing people in the entertainment industry to sing the praises of the author, rapper and pastor.
Lee, the 27-year-old who was born William Lee Barefield III, recently released his book Rise: Get Up and Live in God's Great Story as a way to empower young people to form a serious relationship with Jesus Christ in their lives. A number of Lee's peers have spoken up about the recording artist's second book.
Lecrae is also a Christian Grammy award-winning rapper and the co-founder of Reach Records to which Lee belongs. He spoke about the importance of people reading Lee's latest book. more >>
After a year of controversial appearances in the news including arrests and drunkenly urinating in a mop bucket, pop singer Justin Bieber, who will turn 21 on March 1, has apologized.
Shortly after an interview with talk show host Ellen Degeneres on Wednesday, Bieber recorded a video posted to YouTube in which he apologized to his fans and declared "I am not who I was pretending to be."
"I wanted to make a video because I wanted to express how I feel right now. Today, I was on 'Ellen' and it was a lot of fun. She's amazing," said Bieber. "But I was really nervous, and I think I was nervous because I was afraid of what people are thinking about me right now. It's been a minute since I've been in a public appearance and I didn't want to come off arrogant or conceited — basically how I've been acting the past year or a year and a half." more >>
Mali Music, Grammy-nominated Christian recording artist, headlines a new musical presentation on the life of Jesus Christ titled Revival! The Experience, a "mixed media virtual experience" that is expected to be released in theaters sometime this year.
A teaser trailer for Revival! The Experience reveals the new project as being in the vein of the iconic 1973 British musical Jesus Christ Superstar — with "a splash of The Wiz," according to creators. The project is based on the Gospel of John's account of Jesus Christ.
The new project has been described by creators as "dramatizing supremely constructed original contemporary and gospel music that helps recount the mission, ministry and miracles of Jesus." more >>
Erica Campbell is kicking off 2015 with a brand-new single, "More Love," released on gospel radio stations around the country this week.
The new song was motivated by today's headlines and feelings of frustration and anger in light of the deaths of Michael Brown and Eric Garner and injustice that followed. In Campbell's own words, the message "love changes things" is issued in "More Love."
"'More Love' comes from taking the temperature of the times we live in," the singer said in a statement alongside her husband, the song's co-writer, Warryn Campbell. "The sense of frustration, anger that we feel, from the civil unrest and tragic deaths in Ferguson, New York, and around the world. We thought it was important to emphasize the importance of love. Love truly does change things. We believe that." more >>
Kirk Franklin recently spoke about what he believes is an issue with today's gospel music while honoring legendary gospel musician and pastor Andrae Crouch.
Franklin, 44, is a staple in the gospel music industry with his own Sirius XM radio station, Kirk Franklin's Praise, television hosting gigs on The Game Show Network's "The American Bible Challenge" and BET's "Sunday Best." Despite his countless contributions to the gospel music industry, Franklin took to his Patheos.com blog to speak about "the greatest songwriter in the history of gospel music!"
Crouch died at age 72 on Jan. 8, after suffering a heart attack. While the gospel music community has been both mourning and celebrating Crouch's life, Franklin continued to do so in his blog. Franklin reminisced about how people compared him to Crouch at a young age. more >>