Carrie Underwood released the music video for her latest faith-filled single "Something in the Water" on Wednesday night, exciting fans everywhere.
Staying in line with the strong Christian theme of baptism in the song, Underwood's new video features several dancers performing in water. Moreover, in a possible ode to Jesus, the singer appears to walk on water herself in the video for "Something in the Water." The music video arrived after Underwood had just performed the new track on the 2014 CMA Awards on Nov. 5.
The 48th Annual CMA Awards took place in Nashville, Tennessee on Wednesday night, where Miranda Lambert dominated in four different categories and made history.
Despite missing out on the night's top prize, the "Smokin' and Drinkin'" singer took home several CMA's, including her fifth consecutive Female Vocalist of the Year Award. Lambert's feat puts her ahead of country music legend Reba McEntire who earned four consecutive Female Vocalist of the Year awards during the '80's.
Additionally, Lambert earned the CMA Award for Musical Event of the Year with Keith Urban for their duet, "We Were Us," Album of the Year with "Platinum," as well as Single of the Year with the song "Automatic." more >>
NEW YORK — Trip Lee – rapper, author and preacher – is calling on young people to "carpe diem," or seize the day, instead of waiting until they're older to start taking life seriously. It's a message encapsulated in the 26-year-old MC's new album, Rise, and in an upcoming book by the same name.
Lee, a pastor-in-training in Washington, D.C., and an artist signed to Reach Records, also looks to position himself as a thought leader. His social networks boast at least half a million followers, most of whom likely helped his fifth studio album, Rise, peak at No. 1 on iTunes after its Oct. 27 midnight release.
Listen to Lee's title track from "Rise" in the player below: more >>
Christian rapper Trip Lee's newly released album Rise topped iTunes, surprising fans who thought he traded music-making for church ministry.
The Oct. 28 album immediately rose to the No. 1 spot on iTunes' top albums list. His single "Shweet" received 384,366 views on YouTube. The Dallas, Texas, rapper showed his appreciation for fans on Twitter for an amazing first week on the charts.
"Man! I'm blown away by all the love and support y'all have shown this week. I can't respond to every comment but I wanna (sic) say thank you!" he tweeted. more >>
Carrie Underwood announced that she will not only be co-hosting the Country Music Awards ceremony tonight where she will also perform, but also debuting the music video for her faith inspired song "Something in the Water."
The 48th Annual CMA Awards begin Wednesday, Nov. 5 at 8 p.m. ET with Underwood and Brad Paisley serving as co-hosts for the seventh year in a row. Adding to their hosting duties, Underwood is slated to perform her latest hit, "Something in the Water," directly ahead of releasing the music video for the new song.
Josh Turner is a country mega-star that released one of the most famous songs, Long Black Train. But Josh didn't just become a star overnight, his story and faith in God has made him country music's heart throb.
Although this song came to be an unlikely hit, it became popular on the country music scene very quickly. His story has captured the hearts of many and he has realized that in music that is more important than all the money you can make. Touching people's hearts and creating a song that can really change someone is worth singing.
Josh feels that this is his calling in life as a performer and the motivations of his heart. His love for God is very clear and he shares his story for all those to hear. more >>