On Sunday, March 10th, The Realignment Tour will be stopping in South Florida at the Victory Place International Worship Center (3842 N University Drive) in Sunrise. It features performances by Kevin Downswell, DJ Nicholas, Sean Lypher, Ashaala Shanae and many more.
Admission for adults is $25 USD and for children it’s $10 USD. For additional information persons should call 954-604-6229.
R&B artist Estelle will be heading back to the UK in May of this year for the Shindig Festival. The event will run from the 23rd through to the 26th at the Gilcombe Farm in Bruton, Somerset. Estelle will join a host of top-tier performers (which includes singers, rappers and selectors) for what is expected to be a massive show.
For additional information such as accommodation, tickets, directions etc. visit the festival’s official website.
Jermaine Wilmoth is a Jamaican contemporary reggae gospel artist who is currently based in Canada. He just released a powerful single entitled ‘Praise & Worship’, which
communicates his love and commitment to Christ and his Christian walk.
On the record, Jermaine passionately glorified God for taking care of him, his four brothers and his mother after his dad died at the tender age of six; he exalted God for
blessing him with a beautiful wife of almost fifteen years, who in turn gave him two amazing sons; he honored God for covering him when he was involved in an accident that almost cost him his life approximately eleven years ago. In short, Evangelist Jermaine Wilmoth did a ‘Praise and Worship’ song that completely captures the essence of his life’s testimony.
‘Praise & Worship’ can be streamed on YouTube and is available for download via CD Baby.
On Saturday, February 23rd, Florida A & M University (located in Tallahassee) will be hosting the FAMU’s Harambee Festival, an event dedicated to unity in the community. The organizers are promising a day filled with live musical performances, vendors from across the region, cultural arts, workshops, fashion and food.
The highly acclaimed international artist Sunni Patterson has been confirmed as one of the headliners. Patterson, having performed at the Essence Festival and on HBO’s Def Jam, is expected to bring an artistic fusion of poetry, activism, and beautiful music to the event.
One of the lowest point of last evening’s GRAMMY Awards was when Drake’s honest, authentic and heartfelt speech was cut short. The artist was making a very timely and accurate speech to his fellow musicians about everyone already being winners as long as they are putting in the work and are being supported by their fans.
He was basically saying that no one needs a GRAMMY to legitimize their success in the music business, and for that he was apparently cut off. A few seconds after the artist made that statement the show went to a commercial break and Drake was cut-off. Today the GRAMMY is claiming that Drake’s speech was finished before they went to break; but no one is buying that.
Hence the headline question; why was Drake’s speech cut-off at the 2019 GRAMMY Awards?
Mary J. Blige
The 2019 staging of the annual Cincinnati Music Festival will kick off on Thursday, July 25th and will wrap up on Saturday, July 27th. It will be held at the Paul Brown Stadium in Cincinnati, Ohio.
This year will see a slew of major mega rhythm & blues as well as hip-hop acts taking to the stage. Some of the confirmed artists include: Kid Capri, Slick Rick, EPMD, Maxwell, Earth, Wind & Fire, Mary J. Blige, Blackstreet, Teddy Riley, Dave Hollister, and that is just to name a few.
Tickets start at $60 USD and can be purchased HERE.
On Sunday, February 17th, two of the most revered voices in rhythm and blues, Peabo Bryson and Regina Belle, will be performing at the Liguanea Club in New Kingston, Jamaica. Both artists will be supported by their respective bands. This event is scheduled to run from 7 PM to 12 AM.
Tickets, which range from $4,000 JMD all the way up to $15,000 JMD, are available at several locations in and around Kingston. For additional information contact the Liguanea Club at (876) 926-8144.