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Rev. Clay Evans, civil rights leader, evangelical broadcaster and gospel icon, dies at 94

The Rev. Clay Evans, a civil rights leader, influential evangelical broadcaster and gospel music icon, has died at 94. News of his death was posted on social media by Pastor Charles Jenkins of Fellowship Missionary Baptist Church, the house of ...

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VaShawn Mitchell Goes Gold!

Multiple award-winning singer, songwriter VaShawn Mitchell was honored yesterday in his hometown Chicago. In a special appearance on WGN Morning News, Founder and Chairman of the National Museum of Gospel Music, and Founder of the Stellar Awards, Don Jackson presented Mitchell with a Gold ...

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DAF ENTERTAINMENT GROUP PARTNERS WITH TYSCOT RECORDS FOR THE RECORDING COMBACKS OF RIZEN, ADRIANN LEWIS-FREEMAN

Tyscot Records, the oldest wholly owned and operated African American gospel recording label in the world, has signed a partnership agreement to release music by the Nashville-based DAF Entertainment Group’s DAF Gospel label. The first release is the radio single ...

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WATCH Latice Crawford’s New Video “Amazing” Premiering on uGospel.com NOW

  About Latice Crawford BET Sunday Best alum, critically acclaimed singer, songwriter and model, Latice Crawford. The New York native and Stellar Award nominated singer, stole the hearts of believers on BET’s singing competition Sunday Best, using her three-octave, contralto vocal range, finishing third on ...

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Jekalyn Carr Celebrates Two Billboard Top 5 Radio Hits Within Months with “I See Miracles” + 4th GRAMMY Nomination

22-year-old acclaimed singer-songwriter Jekalyn Carr earns her 4th career Billboard Top 5 radio hit and second this year within months with chart-climbing song “I See Miracles,” which spends its 5th week in the Top 5 on Billboard Gospel Airplay chart. ...

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Singer and Actress Micayla De Ette Releases Single and Video From Original Motion Picture HOLD ON

Holding a degree in Music Ministries Leadership from Bethany University, Micayla De Ette is a Los Angeles-based singer-songwriter, worship leader, actress, model, and vocal coach.  She has a 5-octave, classically trained voice that easily transitions into Gospel, R&B, and Blues.  Micayla spent ...

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Detroit’s Burning Bush International Ministries (BBIM) Mass Choir’s Debut Single ” Expect The Supernatural” Continues to gain Traction at Gospel Radio

Burning Bush International Ministries Mass (BBIM) Choir has been thrilling audiences for over 20 years. Their debut radio single “Expect the Supernatural,” an inspiring tune featuring Andrea Paige Shelby – a member of sibling group and rising stars, The Shelby 5 as well as Burning Bush ...

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RCA Inspiration Celebrates 6 Nominations for 62nd GRAMMY Awards

RCA Inspiration, one of the premiere record labels in gospel and inspirational music, is celebrating six nominations for the 62nd Annual GRAMMY® Awards.   Nominated in the Best Gospel Performance / Song category are Kirk Franklin (“Love Theory”) (Fo Yo Soul / RCA), Travis Greene featuring Jekalyn Carr (“See the Light”) and Koryn Hawthorne featuring Natalie Grant (“Speak ...

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Grammy-winning Artist Tasha Cobbs Leonard Celebrates 10-Year Anniversary of Debut Album Smile With Remastered Re-release

GRAMMY® Award winner Tasha Cobbs Leonard is celebrating the ten-year anniversary of her debut album, Smile, by making the newly remastered album available for the first time since 2011. The fan-favorite album, which was independently released by Tasha Cobbs Ministries in 2010, features ...

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Motown Gospel Celebrates Two GRAMMY® Nominations: Tasha Cobbs Leonard and Gene Moore Earn Nods in Gospel Categories

Motown Gospel joins the music community in celebrating nominations for two of its artists—Tasha Cobbs Leonard and Gene Moore—in the 62nd Annual GRAMMY® Awards. GRAMMY® winner Tasha Cobbs Leonard earns her fourth nomination for her worship anthem, “This Is A Move (Live),” in the Best ...

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