Erica Campbell has another reason to "luh God." She has officially become the first gospel singer to reach 1 million followers on Instagram.
The 43-year-old "I Luh God" gospel singer took to Instagram to show her fans appreciation for helping her expand her reach.
"I love you and I appreciate your kindness, love and support," she wrote. "You've poured into my life and my ministry." more >>
Just weeks before attending Super Bowl 50 with her pop superstar daughter Beyonce, Tina Knowles-Lawson was in church giving total praise while listening to one of her "favorite" gospel songs.
During the worship portion of a church service held at St. John's Houston, Knowles took a few seconds to shoot an Instagram clip of the worship band singing and playing to Richard Smallwood's 1996 song, "Total Praise."
"One of my favorite church songs : 'lift Your Hands in Total Praise,'" Knowles posted along with a clip of the entire church with hands lifted in worship. more >>
Kendrick Lamar and J. Cole's joint album's release date will reportedly be delayed because of the latter's summer tour with Drake.
Rumor has it that an announcement will be released this week about the delay in the release of Kendrick Lamar and J. Cole's collaborative album. Although the exact reason for the postponed release date has not yet been confirmed, reports are pointing to J. Cole's tour with Drake as one of the reasons, according to The Bitbag.
Aside from J. Cole and Drake's summer tour, another reason for the delay might be the difficulty in merging the two rappers' different styles. While J. Cole's lyrics are more direct to the point, Lamar's pattern is a bit complicated, the report explains. more >>
Gospel singer Tina Campbell says she's grateful to God for bringing her out of public marital struggles with her husband, Teddy, to create a body of work that led her to win an NAACP Image Award as a solo artist.
"I never knew that when my life was falling apart a couple of years ago on my reality show that God would use those challenges to birth a body of work that you all would be recognizing today," Campbell said during her acceptance speech at the 47th annual NAACP Image Awards. "So thank you. I can't believe y'all got me up here crying."
After close to two decades in the music industry where she has received numerous accolades with her sister and co-star of the WEtv reality show "Mary Mary," Campbell said the award is just as affirming as the first one she ever received. more >>
Reality star Maddie Ziegler may be planning to leave reality show "Dance Moms" after season 6, based on the latest rumors.
In the last few seasons of "Dance Moms," some dancers, such as Chloe Lukasiak and Brooke and Paige Hyland, have left the dance reality show. Now, rumor has it that Maddie Ziegler and her sister Mackenzie will also take a bow from the series, according to Inquisitr.
While "Dance Moms" has not yet confirmed Maddie's departure from the show, her family had reportedly told the cast about the plan during a taping. It is worth noting that she has been absent frequently in season 6 because of her other commitments outside of the show. more >>
Model, actor, and singer Tyrese Gibson is known for his racy music and his role in the "Fast and Furious" franchise, but the R&B singer recently took to Instagram to credit Christ for the "influence" he has on others and to declare that he lacks nothing because of Jesus.
Gibson tends to make the most of social media by frequently posting comments and videos about his views on happenings in popular culture. Lately his online platforms are being used more and more to share his faith. In a recent Instagram post he revealed that his success is not the reason for his wealth.
"Every show while I'm singing I'm praying, when I lift my hands I am thanking the Lord Jesus Christ for the God given stage of influence he has given me," Gibson wrote. more >>