Next month Go For God Family Church will host a virtual “Oktober Fest,” which will see some of Jamaica’s most beloved gospel artists performing every Sunday for the entire month.
The event will kick off on October 4th with a performance from Jermaine Edwards, followed by Kevin Downswell on the 11th and Rondell Positive on the 18th. The final Sunday in October, the 25th, will feature Go Worship along with several special guests.
For additional information and links to stream the program CLICK HERE.
Nigerian Gospel artist, Tj4Christ aka The Music Messenger, is out with another message and prayer for all those trusting God for a better life.
This is a major follow up to his last single, “Ifunanya,” released in January. The lyrics in this song, titled “Psalm 126,” are very inspiring and the energetic afrobeat sound leaves you excited, hopeful and wanting more.
On Saturday, October 24, Soul Dynasty Music Group will host the 4th annual Breast Cancer Awareness Concert. In keeping with all the protocols put in place because of the corona virus pandemic, this year’s event will be done virtually, commencing at 8:00 PM EST / 5:00 PM PST.
In addition to all the breast cancer awareness information that will be shared, there will also be performances by Le-Andria Johnson, Dorinda Clark-Cole, Zacardi Cotez, Jekalyn Carr, Paul Porter and Keith Wonderboy Johnson. Both Paul Porter and Apostle Crystal Dewar will serve as the masters or ceremony.
This is a pay-per-view event that will also double as a fundraiser.
A few days ago, Spaghetti Records’ gospel recording artist Monique unveiled the official video for her powerful single, “Halleluyah All The Way.” The song, which is taken from her third studio album with 14 tracks – Working For Me – is all about the believers confidence in the awesome power of God.
The video was directed by LexTen, who did a great job in translating the song’s lyrical message into a visual one. Monique‘s advise to all believers is the following: “Let your Faith go ahead of you, confront every situation with confidence that your GOD is bigger. Mountains obey the Praise of GOD.”
As the world struggles with numerous issues: the covid-19 pandemic, racial injustice, economic collapse etc. Dante Bowe and Amanda Lindsey Cook thought it prudent to remind us all that in spite of the times we are living in, it will “Be Alright.”
Lecrae‘s latest album, “Restoration,” released at the end of August, is truly an inspirational body of work. The artist gives us fourteen tracks, each taking us on its own unique journey in terms of the story it tells, the message it gives and the lyrical flow.
“Restoration” is labelled as a hip-hop / gospel album and Lecrae uses it to explain how Christ has restored him, as he battles with all the negativity associated with being rich and famous.