Professional golfers Bubba Watson, Ben Crane, Rickie Fowler and Hunter Mahan – otherwise known as the "Golf Boys" – are back with a new video in an effort to raise awareness about the world's clean water crisis.
The video, titled "2.Oh" and released online Monday, features the "four hopelessly tone-def and rhythm deprived golfers" rapping over a booming bass about adventures on the golf course, things that rhyme with their names and causing mayhem.
In one part of the video, the men rhyme: more >>
Martin Smith, the former front man for Delirious?, has announced the release date of his first solo album "God's Great Dance Floor, Step 01."
Scheduled for release on April 23, Smith's first full-length solo debut will include 12 songs "born out of a reinvigorated season of living in community with everyday believers," a press release explained.
Smith spent almost 20 years as the vocalist and guitarist for Delirious? before he and his wife decided to get back to worship ministry in Brighton, a coastal town south of London. Martin admitted that adjusting to a normal life after spending years onstage was difficult. more >>
Bizzle, a Christian rapper who recently released the album "Best of Both Worlds," is opening up about how the Lord decided to open up doors in his career. Once he stopped pursuing worldly riches and decided to adopt the phrase "God Over Money," he says he's been blessed.
Bizzle, a California native who was born Mark Felder, recently decided to take to his YouTube channel God Over Money, where he shared his complete testimony for the first time. While the rapper said he once made money selling drugs and women for monetary gain, the former pimp explained how one prostitute made him realize how far he had gotten from God.
"[The prostitute] gave me like $700, just put it in my hand. The money came so quick and so easy that within two days I had like $1300 in my wallet," Bizzle revealed. "Not only that, I went and I hid it in my Bible. It was so twisted. That was probably the furthest I had been for God in life and it caused me to get the closest I had ever been to him in life." more >>
Cristabel Clack, a 29-year-old American Idol contestant, recently revealed that church prepared her for the nationally televised singing competition.
Clack, a San Antonio, Texas native, made it to the top 20 female contestants in season 12 of FOX's "American Idol" singing competition. The mother of three recently spoke to FOX San Antonio about how her singing at Living Waters Community Church primed her for the spotlight on national television.
"Being on stage all the time, Sunday in, Sunday out- I think it has definitely prepared me," Clack told FOX San Antonio. more >>
Kandi Burruss has presented a controversial dichotomy to spectators who witnessed her release a line of intimate toys before creating her recent gospel song, "Stay Prayed Up." While Burruss admits she is not a perfect Christian, she opened up to The Christian Post about how her faith helped her overcome her ex-fiancé's death, find love again and succeed in the music industry for over 20 years.
Burruss, 36, entered the music industry as a teenager in the 90's R&B quartet Xscape. The singer-songwriter and producer moved on from the group but earned success by co-writing songs for the likes of well-known singers and singing groups like Whitney Houston, Mariah Carey, Faith Evans, Pink, Alicia Keys, TLC, Destiny's Child, RichGirl, 'N Sync and Boyz II Men.
Burruss became a cast member of "The Real Housewives of Atlanta" in 2009 and recently shared her desire to write a gospel song on the reality television series. After releasing "Stay Prayed Up" featuring pastor and gospel singer Marvin Sapp, she received a great deal of criticism for her intimate bedroom toy line called "Bedroom Kandi" and late-night online show called "Kandi Koated Nights." more >>
Amber Rose has shared the first image of she and Wiz Khalifa's first child, born just yesterday. The couple welcomed a son on Thursday, who they named Sebastian Taylor Thomaz.
"Best daddy ever… Up with the baby so Muva can go back to sleep : - )" wrote Rose via Twitter on Friday morning.
The image revealed the rapper and proud new father staring adoringly at the small child, who was swaddled in blankets. more >>