Despite earning multiple Grammy awards as a member of the Christian singing duo Mary Mary, Tina Campbell believes that getting people interested in gospel music can be a challenge.
"I don't find it difficult to market gospel music necessarily. I do find it sometimes difficult to be received," Campbell revealed in an interview with the Atlanta Business Chronicle earlier this month. "When people hear the word 'gospel' they think, 'that word doesn't apply to me.' To some degree we have to be strategic in marketing it and presenting it."
The 41-year-old mother of five built a career as one half of the gospel music duo Mary Mary along with her sister, Erica Campbell, who also serves as her reality television co-star in the WE tv hit reality television show "Mary Mary." more >>
Even though he's now a gospel music super star, Donnie McClurkin tells inquiring fans that his road to success was paved with challenges and disappointments.
The 56-year-old "We Fall Down" singer was asked on Twitter about the hardships he faced before reaching his veteran status in the industry.
The legendary Winter Jam festival is not only touring cities around the country this year, but a film featuring a behind the scenes tour will be in theaters in April.
The concert event will be featured in select movie theaters and will give fans a behind the scenes look at the biggest annual Christian music festival.
Over 600,000 people attended Winter Jam's 47 shows last year, breaking previous attendance records over the past 20 years. more >>
Every dog has his day, and apparently that day can sometimes include doing a freestyle dance for a competition alongside his master.
Sandra Roth and her dog Lizzy gave a freestyle dance performance as part of a competition in Germany known as the Open European HTM & Freestyle Championship.
Roth and Lizzy strut their stuff as part of the 2014 competition, with Lizzy effectively coordinating her actions with her human dance partner. more >>
When Snowzilla struck the Eastern United States it hit Morgantown, West Virginia, so badly that many, including the scheduled singer of the national anthem, could not attend a West Virginia vs. Kansas college basketball game.
Campus policeman Carlton Smith became the last minute replacement for the absent vocalist and did an excellent job with the task brought before him.
In full uniform, Smith hits all the high notes, with the audience captivated by his rendition. It was like this was the plan all along. more >>
Kanye West and Wiz Khalifa just had a heated Twitter feud that eventually led to the two of them throwing shade at each other's wife.
The Twitter feud between the two rappers is thought to have stemmed from Kanye West's decision to change the name of his upcoming album from "SWISH" to "WAVES." When Wiz Khalifa threw the first stone, West responded by posting a barrage of messages tackling a wide range of topics from music to fashion and family, according to Radio.com.
The publication speculates that the root cause of the Twitter beef is Wiz Khalifa's tweet that seemed to insinuate that West's new album was too close to Max B's own "Wavy" brand. The rapper, who was French Montana's mentor, was the one who began the New York club trend before he was jailed for robbery and murder conspiracy, the report explains. more >>