Dancehall recording artist Teflon, also known as the Young King, will be releasing a brand new album on Friday, March 12th. The project, titled “Years A Pain,” has twenty-one (21) tracks and it comes to us courtesy of Teflon‘s own label, Yard A Love Records – with distribution by Zojak Worldwide.
Anyone familiar with Teflon‘s music must know that this record will be heavy on lyrical content, style and flow. Click here to pre-order “Years A Pain.”
A few days ago Yemi Alade shared another video from her Empress album, which was released last November. This time around the afro-pop artist dropped the visuals for “Turn Up,” track number twelve.
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Comedian Mike Epps will be hosting a party and live concert dubbed ‘Funny Virtual Skate’ on Sunday, February 28th starting at 5PM PT. The event, which will see performances from D Smoke, Musiq Soulchild and of course Epps, will livestream via sessionslive dot com.
Although the aforementioned acts are the only ones announced, there will also be several music and celebrity guest appearances, as well as product giveaways. There is a general admission fee of $15 USD.
On the Garth Sinnette produced track, “Safe On The Inside,” Michelle Sylvester and Denyse Plummer shares compelling testimonies about what their lives were like before committing to Christ juxtapose to what it’s like now.
In a beautiful new video, created by TS Media, both ladies tell their respective stories in an entertaining, fun-loving way. Click here or on the image above to check it out and remember to like, comment and share.
North Carolinian artist Karen Poole has just released her fifteen-track (15) gospel album, dubbed “Hidden.” The project went live on all digital music platforms on Friday, February 12th via Karen‘s own self titled music label.
On Saturday, February 27th, Jazz N Soul Live will host the official album release party virtually. Click here to learn more about this event.
In a brand new song and video titled “Celebration of Life,” Jamaican reggae artist Turbulence is upbeat and positive as he shows gratitude for life and all the beautiful things that comes with it.
The track, which is on the Neva Stop Booking label, was released in the second week of February; while the visuals followed a week later. Click here or on the image above to watch the video and remember to like, comment and share.
In mid January Maria Jackson Magazine published an article about a catchy soca-gospel track called “Overflow,” performed by Guyanese recording artist Samuel Medas. In that story we said that the song was so good that we can see it being played at all the biggest soca fetes and road marches around the world.
Regarding Samuel‘s newest release, “Stadium,” we’re now saying that it is guaranteed to cross over into secular playlists. The brand new soca song, which shows a more energetic side of the gospel singer, is all about our collective desire to get back to our lives the way they were prior to the pandemic.
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