When Brandi Love stepped on stage the judges didn't know what to expect. With her country accent and love for country music they immediately assumed she would sing a country song for the audience. Instead, she chooses to sing "Up to the Mountain".
After a funny and unpredictable conversation with the judges, Sami begins her audition. She absolutely blows the judges away with her performance. Not only does it have a powerful message, Brandi sings it beautifully. This is definitely an audition you will watch more than once. She was blessed by God with the ability to sing!
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This young superstar writes a beautiful song about his sister Sarah, who is bullied from time to time because she is different. MattyB lets his sister know through his music how special and beautiful she really is.
He makes a song and video for the song "True Color" for her and it melt your heart. No matter what anyone says about her, Matt always sees her as a shining star. It is people like him that show us how much goodness there is in this world.
If we could all take something from this young star it is to always be loving and caring towards everyone because you don't know their story. more >>
Adrienne Bailon does not subscribe to the notion of being a stereotypical Christian, but the triple threat holds her relationship with God responsible for her romantic life, the opportunity to co-host "The Real" talk show and surviving in a fickle entertainment business.
Bailon, the 30-year-old singer-songwriter, actress and dancer, broke into the music industry at the tender age of 15, when she was discovered in a church choir and chosen to join Latin singer Ricky Martin on tour. Since then, she has continued to evolve in the entertainment industry while singing for the R&B group 3LW, being a part of Disney Channel productions such as "The Cheetah Girls" before appearing in movies like "Coach Carter" and "I'm In Love With a Church Girl."
While Bailon has been featured in her share of films on the big and small screens, she now serves as a co-host of the new daytime talk show "The Real" which makes its debut Sept. 15. The entertainer insists she never expected to be a talk show host, but told The Christian Post why she decided to utilize the platform. more >>
Michelle Williams addressed questions over her latest gospel single "Say Yes" being played in bars and gay clubs this week.
The hit song, which features Williams' former Destiny's Child bandmates Kelly Rowland and Beyonce Knowles, includes the chorus: "When Jesus say yes nobody can say no." Consequently, Williams addressed questions about the gospel song playing in nightclubs and gay bars while on the Power 105.1 radio show "The Breakfast Club" this week.
"I get all [kinds of] messages saying, 'Girl, they just played 'Say Yes' in the club,' and 'GAY PRIDE,'" the singer explained. "Gay clubs, every club has been playing 'Say Yes,' and I'm not mad at that. We get to hear Jesus' name throughout the whole world through a song - I'm not mad." more >>
Rapper and outspoken Christian Lecrae recently spoke to CP Voice about how he juggles the responsibility of fathering three children with a career on the road as a full-time artist.
"You have to prioritize and you have to realize that family is a priority and that it comes before [your career]," he said. "The world can get another artist, but my kids can't get another father. I have to be consistent and present for them and make sure that they don't feel like they're playing second tier to anything else that I have going on other than their mother who comes number one."
Lecrae also discussed a slew of other topics during the show including the possibility of his fans worshipping him as an idol and if he has the ability to prevent that. more >>
This Canadian musician Michael McNamara from the town of Cobourg, Ontario, performed a very emotional performance of "Perfect" by Hedley on a public piano. You will love this performance that he puts on from start to finish -- it's a very emotional and heartfelt song that you will feel.
The piano is named "Foxgang Amadeus," and was painted by a local artist named Katriona Dean to promote poetry in public areas.
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