A few weeks ago, Gospel Raph invited me for an interview on his radio show “Voice of God”. It was great to have a chat, share some music and learn more about his efforts with the show and Radio Cardiff.
Words are not enough to describe the joy of seeing women who have grown and learned through my programmes for emerging female musician achieve great things. Today, I am proud to share “You”, the new song by Jacqui Jax (Lead vocal & Songwriter) and Carlene (Djembe).
I said I would share one more song from my performance at Sax Interpretations, the online concert organised by Courtney Fadlin that took place on September 18th. Here it is, Mary Mary’s “Shackles” song, but in the Mandisa version.
Alex Aiono is an American singer, producer and internet personality whose first album, ‘The Gospel at 23’, saw the light last year. The song I link below is the first of the album and it is a really great opener for it and for any day or week, too, so that’s why I am sharing it early on this lovely Tuesday. Hope you like it!
American gospel artist, pastor, and actor Deitrick Haddon is well known for his progressive approach to gospel, never shying away from fusions and contemporary styles of music. As an example of this, he teamed up with the Zaytoven, pioneer of the trap genre, for his last single, called Sick World.
We asked for your support and votes in the Maranatha Awards back in October and your response was phenomenal! Thank you from the bottom of my heart for allowing us to win the Best Gospel Music Album category with ‘Inspirational Love Songs’ by the TTM Collective Orchestra, featuring me along a fantastic cast of artists and musicians.
On Wednesday 9th December, I am going to be the special guest in an interview about the recent work of TTM Collective Orchestra, the centre of the recent album “Inspirational Love Songs” that has scored several number one hits on the radio, and in which I am featured alongside a fantastic cast of musicians.
The album “Inspirational Love Songs”, in which I am featured, is nominated for a Maranatha award and the voting time is about to close! If you want to support me and the other musicians who took part in this great project directed by Gary Dixon, keep reading.