New Music Alert!! Jor’dan Armstrong – “52 Weeks of Summer”
May15

New Music Alert!! Jor’dan Armstrong – “52 Weeks of Summer”

Atlanta, GA – Artist/Producer, Jor’Dan Armstrong, takes listeners on a vacation to sunny California with his new project entitled “52 Weeks of Summer.” Produced by Jor’Dan Armstrong and TedyP of The Good Guys, listeners have the pleasure of living out the dream of experiencing the summer all year-round. Jor’Dan Armstrong’s last studio album, “Stronger,” was released in 2012. Since then, he has produced songs for Billboards’ new emerging artist, Spencer Kane, Bravo TV’s Real Housewives of Atlanta star, Demetria Mckinney, and teamed up with one of Gospel’s newest sensations, Uncle Reece to make their own Top 20 Billboard single, “I Can’t Help Myself.” “With this project, I wanted people to know that you can have fun and still be a Christian. 52 Weeks Of Summer is the soundtrack for that. Sometimes, I feel that society and religion puts Christians in a box, but music will always transcend,” says Jor’Dan Armstrong. “52 Weeks of Summer” is available now for digital download on all major music outlets, including iTunes. Get it now....

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Urban Gospel Night with the Hawks 5!
Mar27

Urban Gospel Night with the Hawks 5!

Urban Gospel Night with the Hawks...

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Lecrae’s New Abulm:Anomaly
Aug26

Lecrae’s New Abulm:Anomaly

In his new album, the respected rapper calls Christians to stand out and be different. I recently found out that my brother in Christ, Lecrae, is dropped another awesome album called Anomaly.Church Clothes 2 Mixtape went hard, and had a lot of powerful truths portrayed in it. But, like many have asked, what is this word “anomaly”? According to the Merriam-Webster Dictionary it’s this: Anomaly: something different, abnormal, peculiar, or not easily classified… And for me, that’s exactly how Lecrae can best be defined. He’s not a Christian rapper, but a rapper who so happens to be a Christian. He’s not ashamed of the Good News, as many have believed. He just hates being classified. He doesn’t fit in with the perverted secular rappers who only rap about wrong things, nor does he fit in with the Christians who only sing hymns. He’s Lecrae, and according to him, he just wants to be the man God called him to be. That simple. Will you be an anomaly? We all know that as Christians, we should be the light of the world, as Matthew 5:14 states.  You are the light of the world. A town built on a hilltop cannot be hidden. Living in a world of darkness, we’re supposed to shine and well, be different. Many of us desire to fit in, but God’s Word says clearly in 1 John 2:15: “Do not love this world nor the things it offers you, for when you love the world, you do not have the love of the Father in you.” The reality is, like all of us, Lecrae isn’t perfect. Not at all. Paul, Peter and the apostles weren’t perfect either, but they inspired us to put God first. Being an anomoly is a day-to-day practice. It’s about being different, standing out for Christ, being unashamed of who He is and being the light He’s called us to be. Originally...

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(VIDEO) (@RealMichelleW) Michelle Williams-Say Yes ft Beyonce and Kelly Rowland
Jun18

(VIDEO) (@RealMichelleW) Michelle Williams-Say Yes ft Beyonce and Kelly Rowland

Nashville, TN (June 18, 2014) – Today, Grammy winning songstress, songwriter and actress Michelle Williams released the highly-anticipated video for her hit song “Say Yes” (feat. Beyoncé and Kelly Rowland), and unveiled the cover of her upcoming album Journey to Freedom, which will be released on September 9th.  Marking Williams’ fourth studio album release, Journey to Freedom highlights a diverse mix of sounds coupled with compelling lyrics, which have inspired listeners on the songs “If We Had Your Eyes,” “Fire” and “Say Yes.” Revealing to fans a taste of what’s to come on the album, Williams marked the release of the “Say Yes” video with a world premiere of the video on “Good Morning America,” as well as unveiling the Journey to Freedom album cover on the show, with Williams making additional appearances on FUSE’s “Trending 10” and BET’s “106 & Park.”  The songs “If We Had Your Eyes,” “Fire” and “Say Yes” usher in a first-time collaboration between Williams and superstar producer Harmony Samuels, driven by bouncing beats and unforgettable choruses with a range of influences, from African-inspired beats to dance and pop. The latest song released from Journey to Freedom, the catchy summer anthem “Say Yes” has quickly risen to #1 atop Billboard’s Digital Gospel Songs chart, following the song’s highly-anticipated digital release worldwide on iTunes, Amazon and Google Play. In addition to the new release of the “Say Yes” video and anticipation for the September 9th fall release of Journey to Freedom, Michelle Williams will next be performing live at the Essence Festival July 5th, and starring on the new Oxygen television series “Fix My Choir” later this year.   Stay connected with Michelle Williams for the latest news, music, and more at:   Website: IAmMichelle.com Facebook: Facebook.com/MichelleWilliams Twitter/Instagram: @RealMichelleW YouTube: YouTube.com/MichelleWilliamsTV    Michelle Williams: Journey to Freedom (Entertainment One Music) Album Release: September 9, 2014   ...

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How to respond to someone’s comment’s on Facebook… Must READ!
Jun10

How to respond to someone’s comment’s on Facebook… Must READ!

I recently heard of something that happened on Facebook. A girl posted about New Years Day, saying “People always make New Year’s Resolutions, but let’s face it, none of us are going to keep ours.” How would you respond to a statement like that? Some people posted back in agreement, and the poster had a lot of likes. But one of the poster’s 375 “friends” had just made a New Year’s Resolution to go back to the gym. She really wanted to keep it, and was a kind of “up” and bubbly person, so that comment really got to her. This girl (we’ll call her Jena) simply posted back “Ew”. In other words, Jena had read this negative comment, had felt it strike her wrongly, and she posted her feelings about it: “Ew.”  It turns out things had gotten a little tense between the girl and Jena lately. They were in the same math class … no words had been exchanged, just a few dirty looks that probably started with mutual jealousy. The first girl posted back to Jena, “I hear you’re switching high schools. Is it because you don’t have any friends at this school?” What she didn’t realise was Jena’s dad had serious surgery the year before, and they were moving so he could live in a house that didn’t have as many stairs. Switching schools was causing the whole family a tremendous stress. The point is, this Facebook war mushroomed into something that involved three days of posts, over 160 people from 5 different communities and 3 different schools. Some would argue it all started with just TWO LITTLE LETTERS: E-W. Ew. With that story in mind, here’s four principles to help us be godly Facebookers. 1. Your online behaviour reflects your offline attitudes Philippians 4:8 says, “whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable–if anything is excellent or praiseworthy–think about such things.”  You can’t say, and you can’t post, what you’re not thinking about. So before your write something on Facebook, imagine how others might respond to what are you saying. How do think they will feel? Good? Or Bad? If you think there’s a chance they will take it negatively, maybe you shouldn’t post it. Posting and texting is just like any other area of life. In Matthew 7:12 Jesus states clearly, “So in everything, do to others what you would have them do to you, for this sums up the Law and the Prophets.” This ‘Golden Rule’ sums up almost every other command in the Bible. 2. Avoid online negativity This principle is like a subcategory of the first. If you say something negative about a person,...

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Michelle Williams @RealMichelleW talks about FEAR & Social Media
Jun07

Michelle Williams @RealMichelleW talks about FEAR & Social Media

In this video interview with @UrbanGospelENT, Destiny’s Child mega star Michelle Williams talks about how she deals with the challenges of social media and gives advice to aspiring artists around the world. Share / Tweet /...

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