8. Feb, 2017


The Malibu singer — who’s nominated for Best New Artist and Best Urban Contemporary Album — has teamed up with the Grammys’ Believe in Music Campaign for a spirited new video. In it, he and a live gospel choir perform a soulful rendition of his single “Come Down,” moving the entire congregation to its feet. This is probably the first and only time you’ll hear someone belt “you drank up all my liquor” in church — and it’s pretty damn great.

According to the video’s description, the clip is an homage to .Paak’s childhood roots as a church drummer. The cast even features .Paak’s friends and family from his hometown of Oxnard, California, including his sister and his 6-year-old son (a.k.a. the show-stealer from his rowdy Ellen performance).

The Grammys air this Sunday, February 12. Along with being nominated twice, .Paak is also set to hit the stage alongside hip-hop legends A Tribe Called Quest and rocker Dave Grohl. Sadly, it looks like the gospel choir will be staying home.

17. Jan, 2017

Donald Trump is turning to the black gospel community for entertainment at his Inauguration.


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Sources have told Page Six that gospel singers Travis Greene, Jonathan McReynolds and R&B singer Chrisette Michele have been asked to perform at the festivities on Jan. 20.

McReynolds and Michele did not get back to us, but a rep for Greene said, “It’s not confirmed yet, but it’s something that was shot to us and it’s in the works.”

Trump has also finally lined up some celebrity guests.

Stephen Baldwin will attend “several official events,” including an inaugural ball.

Scott Baio and “Midnight Cowboy” actor Jon Voight are also expected to attend.

29. Oct, 2016


PRESS RELEASE: When Black Entertainment Television (BET) premiered its new weekly musical television program “Joyful Noise” a couple of weeks ago, Liz Black’s Twitter page buzzed with friends and fans asking if that was her voice opening the show and introducing its host Tye Tribbett.

It was indeed the legendary New York City area radio personality who hosts “Sunday Praise” on the Big Apple’s WBLS 107.5 and also on its sister station WLIB 1190 AM.

“It’s very exciting,” says Black. “I’ve been doing radio for years but this feels like a totally new adventure for me and I’m loving every minute of it.”

A New York native, Black began to emcee shows as early as the age of five. She began her career as a model and appeared in television commercials. After a spiritual rebirth in the 1990s, Black began to host her own variety shows where she gave a platform to aspiring artists to showcase their talent. She also hosted Gospel Amateur Night at the world-famous Apollo Theatre in Harlem and hosted shows at a variety of gospel radio stations before joining New York’s 24-hour gospel station WLIB in 2007.

In 2010, she joined the legendary R&B radio powerhouse WBLS where she hosts “Sunday Praise.” Black also hosts the syndicated weekend radio program “Inspirations with Liz Black” that airs on the Rejoice Musical Soulfood Network that boasts over 50 affiliates. She also hosts Super Radio’s “Gospel 360” syndicated daily entertainment news actuality.

10. Sep, 2016

send us some titles of inspirational music that spoke to you over the years

10. Sep, 2016

What is a good music? What does it contain? How does it make you feel? Does a good musict make you happy? Or does it make you like the the artist in question better? Does it make you associate certain cues or things with the life? Does it put ideas into your head or make you change your behavior or your belief? No doubt about it – music is an interesting field.

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