Inspirational singer Rondell Positive, known for penning some of the most captivating gospel songs, has return with another potential hit, titled ‘The Mirror’. Reminiscent of Bob Marley’s ‘One Love’ and Michael Jackson’s ‘Man In The Mirror’, the song is a call for people to look introspectively at themselves and become the change they want to see in life and society at large.
Rondell Positive is currently rolling out an aggressive promotional campaign around this project, including a launch and an island-wide tour.
On Saturday, March 14th, the 2020 staging of the annual Sterling Gospel Music Awards will be held at the Courtleigh Auditorium, located at 8 St. Lucia Ave in Kingston 5, Jamaica, from 7 PM to 10:30 PM local time. Members of the public are currently being encouraged to vote for their favorite artists, producers, promoters etc. via the event’s website. Voting will end on February 22nd.
The Sterling Gospel Music Awards was created to recognize and reward the creativity, talent and exceptional contribution of individuals to the Gospel Music Industry in Jamaica.
Canadian-based, Jamaican-born gospel singer, Crystal Reid, has recently released a very forceful single with long time gospel artist DJ Nicholas, titled “Power.” Reid describes the record as “a reggae/DJ gospel track that will encourage and remind persons of the authority and power they have within to overcome any situation they are faced with.”
“Power” is now available for digital download via all music platforms where gospel is sold. It is being distributed by CD Baby.
Every year the Rainforest Seafood & Music Festival invites at least one gospel artist to perform on the event. This year that gospel artist is Minister Marion Hall, formerly known as dancehall artist Lady Saw. She will join the likes of Romain Virgo, Luciano, Agent Sasco and Ding Dong, as well as event hosts: Miss Kitty and Dufton.
The 2020 staging of the annual Rainforest Seafood & Music Festival will take place on Ash Wednesday, February 26th, at the Catherine Hall Entertainment Center in Montego Bay, Jamaica from 12 noon to midnight.
The 2020 Icons of Gospel Festival will take place at the Pompano Beach Amphitheater (1806 NE 6th Street) in Pompano Beach, Florida on Saturday, February 22nd.
This concert features a lineup of extraordinary gospel artists including headliner John P. Kee, who has earned accolades as one the most popular contemporary gospel artists of his generation. Joining him is special guest Marvin Sapp, who has enjoyed a decorated music career receiving 10 Grammy nominations, 22 Stellar Awards, 2 Soul Train Music Awards, 2 BET Awards, 2 Dove Awards, and 8 BMI songwriter’s awards. Also performing are gospel sensations SENSERE and Brother’s Keeper.
Tickets for this incredible, inspirational, all ages event are available via Ticketmaster.
The Ministry of Culture and the Jamaican Reggae Industry Association (JaRIA), has once again ask Fellowship Tabernacle to host this year’s Church Service to launch Reggae Month in Jamaica. A number of special guests will be in attendance and the service, which starts at 10:00 AM, is open to the general public.
Fellowship Tabernacle is located at 2 Fairfield Avenue in Kingston 20 (behind the Boulevard Supercenter).
A few days ago Jamaican dancehall-gospel artist DJ Nicholas shared the video for his single “This World.” The song, which is released via GloHeart Music and On The Shout Inc., is all about the troubling state of the world.
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