Just before Gregory DeMyers penned his single “My Time,” he had a question. You see, DeMyers, known as Gregory D, is a self-described family man who loves the Lord.
Urban contemporary group God’s Example drops bars lamenting racial and social unrest, COVID-19, political party divides, and other issues of the day in the single, “Oh My Lord.”
Austere simplicity is the hallmark of Hope McCants’ self-written single “Heart’s Cry,” a personal petition for more of God.
“Take Your Knee Off My Neck” is one of the most direct and impassioned calls to action for social and racial justice Pastor Shirley Caesar has issued in song.
NEW YORK, NY – For the eighth consecutive year, the 22nd Annual Super Bowl Gospel Celebration will air…
Congratulations to nominees for the 63rd GRAMMY Awards, announced today, November 24. Nominees for the…
Joy Bogonko is an emerging voice for her generation. The young Minnesota raised up-and-coming musician, singer, and songwriter chatted with Gospel Music Fever about her self-titled EP and offered advice to her contemporaries.
While it’s true that some people believe hymns are old-fashioned and others think they are timeless, David Billingsley treasures them as essential to a solid foundation rooted in tradition, legacy, and heritage.