After changing his eighth album title from "So Help Me God" to "Swish" and now "Waves," Kanye West's fans want the rapper to keep God in the title.
West's wife, "Keeping Up With The Kardashians" star Kim Kardashian, 34, posted a poll on Twitter to ask fans what they thought of the first title compared to the two others previously presented by the rapper.
"WAIT new poll. Which album title do you like best? @kanyewest," she questioned. more >>
Kirk Franklin is not interested in spending all of his time with Christians who believe they are perfect, the gospel music songwriter and producer wants to be in the company of sinners.
"I want to sit where the sinners are...the well sometimes make me sick. #randomthought #losingmyreligion," Franklin tweeted.
The 46-year-old "Losing My Religion" recording artist wrote his social media post after pictures surfaced of him spending time in a recording studio with rap mogul Kanye West. The gospel music producer said he is frustrated with sitting around while lost souls are confused by the lifestyle of Christians. more >>
Proud grandma Tammi Clark has just posted another photo of weeks-old baby Freddie, the son of One Direction band member Louis Tomlinson and his former flame Briana Jungwirth, Clark's daughter.
The Instagram photo shows Clark's son Austin holding a sleeping Freddie all bundled up in a thick baby blanket. The photo was captioned "Austin and Freddie" and was posted to Clark's Instagram page on Tuesday, Feb. 2, where it has now been "liked" more than 6,000 times. Before this photo was shared, Briana was snapped leaving her house with baby Freddie in a carrier. Louis Tomlinson has also posted a snapshot with Freddie, introducing his son to the world.
Meanwhile, sources have told Hollywood Life that new dad Louis is already on diaper duty. "Louis is taking his role as dad very seriously," a source told the website, adding: "He's been super involved from the get go. He's very hands-on, changing diapers, holding and rocking little Freddie. Louis couldn't be happier." more >>
Thousands of churches and mission agencies on every continent (except Antarctica) will unite in song later this month to sing the powerful hymn, "Facing a Task Unfinished."
The nearly 100-year-old song, recently remixed by world-renowned contemporary hymn writers The Gettys, will act as an anthem to raise awareness about Christian persecution worldwide.
"Facing a Task Unfinished" was written by China Inland Mission worker Frank Houghton as he reflected on the the Great Commission and the scripture Matthew 24:14 as dedicated his life to sharing the Gospel with people in China. more >>
Christian rapper DJ Cooley is sharing his testimony in a 6-minute video on YouTube in which he talks about his experiences in the hip-hop industry since the age of 15, and the moment that led him to fully seek God.
Cooley says that while he was partying and drinking during the week he was still going to church on Sundays but was beginning to feel convicted for the lifestyle he was leading.
"I was doing that stuff all week long and still going to church on Sunday. That's crazy," He admits. "You know how that goes, you have flexing Fridays, syrup sippin' Saturdays, then you trying to be sanctified on Sunday. That was me." more >>
Drake has earned chuckles for his role in T-Mobile's commercial for the upcoming Super Bowl 50 in which his hit song "Hotline Bling" is parodied.
The rapper's 30-second commercial for T-Mobile shows him performing his dance moves before company executives cut the recording to insert a few outrageous changes in the lyrics of his song "Hotline Bling." In the ad clip for the Super Bowl 50, Drake smoothly agrees to grant the requests of the executives, according to Vibe.
The Hollywood Life says the ad is hilarious because it flaunts the rapper's ability to make fun of himself and his work of art. When one of the company executives in the T-Mobile ad asks Drake to make some variations in the song's lyrics to insert the benefits of having a phone plan, he happily agrees and says he loves changes. more >>