Josh Turner is a country mega-star that released one of the most famous songs, Long Black Train. But Josh didn't just become a star overnight, his story and faith in God has made him country music's heart throb.
Although this song came to be an unlikely hit, it became popular on the country music scene very quickly. His story has captured the hearts of many and he has realized that in music that is more important than all the money you can make. Touching people's hearts and creating a song that can really change someone is worth singing.
Josh feels that this is his calling in life as a performer and the motivations of his heart. His love for God is very clear and he shares his story for all those to hear. more >>
Rapper Young Jeezy is speaking up about his "Holy Ghost Remix" after Bishop T.D. Jakes expressed issues with part of his sermon being added to the track.
Jeezy used a part of Jakes' Feb. 2013 sermon titled "Don't Let the Chatter Stop You" in his "Holy Ghost Remix" featuring fellow rapper Kendrick Lamar. After Bishop Jakes expressed an issue with being featured in the song, the record was removed from streaming platforms SoundCloud and YouTube.
Now, the 36-year-old rapper who was born Jay Jenkins, said he understood Jakes' position on the matter which was an engineering mistake that resulted in a leaked song that the Bishop's sermon should have never been a part of when going public. more >>
Tina Campbell of the famed gospel music duo Mary Mary is gearing up to release her own solo material after her sister Erica Campbell's success in solo territory.
Tina, 40, took to Twitter to reveal that she is coming out with solo music and a book while introducing a new version of herself to the world.
"New solo music, new book, new me," Tina tweeted, while promoting "An Evening w/Tina Campbell Nov 22, 2014." more >>
Dove Award-winning, Grammy and Stellar award nominated contemporary gospel group Virtue is back from their almost eight-year hiatus with a new single releasing Nov. 4 entitled "You Are." The single is a preview of a new album due out Spring 2015.
Sisters Ebony Holland, Heather Martin and Karima Kibble have been making music together for nearly 20 years. Known for their harmony, the trio has been performing since the 90s and recorded hits such as "Get Ready," "You Just Be You," and "Give Him the Praises."
The trio last released an album,Testimony, in 2006. Since then sisters Ebony, Heather and Karima have become mothers, pursued other jobs and moved to different parts of the country. Even as they lived their separate lives, they all knew one day they would sing again. Heather told The Christian Post, "God said this is a part of your purpose." So after lots of praying and the backing of a special benefactor, the women have returned to the studio. more >>
Carrie Underwood hinted at a music video for her latest hit single, "Something in the Water," via Twitter this week.
The country music superstar released the faith-filled single last month and it has been climbing song charts since. In response to the success, Underwood informed her fans that a music video for "Something in the Water" is on the way.
Celebrity DJ Jae Murphy recently opened up about how he maintains his faith in Hollywood while producing secular music. He also touched on his calling from God and the importance of a college education.
The Chesapeake, Virginia, native is still coming to grips with the success of his hit song "You Playin" featuring The Game, Eric Bellinger and Problem. It's the lead single from his upcoming debut album, "Howard to Hollywood."
In Sept., the popular R&B track debuted at No.1 on Billboard's Emerging Artist Charts, which has helped 25-year-old Murphy establish himself as an up and coming solo artist. more >>