Toluwanimee (Ibiso Eleoramo ) is a Nigerian born minstrel and worshiper after God’s heart based in London Uk. She has a combination of skill, talent and most importantly the anointing. She has a mandate to spread the gospel round the world through worship.
Her passion is to awaken and compel people into Gods presence through worship.
Her style of music includes Urban praise, Negro spiritual and Jazz. She is a prolific song writer, recording artiste and choir director. Her ministry has a large span of exposure as she has ministered in Europe, America and Africa. She is the founder of a live transforming worship concert tagged – “NOT JUST A SONG”. She has also hosted other worship concerts such as – “Bliss and Melodies Of Worship”.
She was a choir director at the Hilltop International Christian Center Port- Harcourt, Rivers state Nigeria for over 5 years. They successfully produced their album.
Toluwanimee is currently working on her full project which should be about in the second quarter of 2015. During “NOT JUST A SONG 2013”, a live recording worship concert, she recorded “Faithful Lord” and “All I See is You” all of which will be in her full project.
She is a biomedical scientist and currently following a career in Cancer research. She is married to the love of her life, Mr. Teniola Eleoramo together they have three lovely children. Fola, Seun, and Teni.
Toluwanimee has 4 life transforming singles that are impacting lives globally. Two of these were produced by the pro, Wole Oni. These are “Sekki” which means Dance in Kalabari – a local language in Rivers State Nigeria and “Who is There Like You”.
Please visit her website for more information at: www.toluwanimee.com
The energy they have on stage is so hot I’m surprised they don’t set the stage on fire. The music they create is inspiration at it’s best. Grace Justified’s passion is to deliver the music that sets the listener free from the fire. To follow Jesus, and always put God first. Give God the glory in all that you do, and watch your world immediately start changing for the best. God is always listening, and it’s up to you to ask for his help. Grace in Christianity is the “free” and unmerited favor of God as manifested in the salvation of sinners and the bestowing of blessings.
In 2013, Laura Thomas founded GRACE, an organization comprised of noted musicians and singers who serve within their respective churches, community, and together serve the church at large to uplift the building of the kingdom. With a desire to minister and draw people from all races, genders, and cultures together through praise and worship, Grace began blending sounds and songs to create melody that would break down barriers and defies categorization.
For the bible tells us; “This was the whole purpose of Jesus coming to earth. God purchased our salvation with his own blood”, Acts 20:28. The price paid at Calvary is the ONLY price able to purchase our salvation. There are not enough good deeds available for any one of us to do, and to ever deserve God’s grace. Christ did the work to make salvation available to us. Working together with the vocalists and musicians of Grace, Laura used her own religious background as a reference point to create their music. Grace has been working in the ministry over 5 years.
On May 31st, 2014, “Free” the title of their debut Single will be officially launched in Conway, Arkansas. This Single contains one track, plus a bonus track, that is steadily rising to become one of Arkansas favorite singles to date. These songs were recorded to change lives around the world. In Months to come, Grace Justified will be releasing our second EP entitled, “Over Coming Adversity.” If you’re looking for a soul steering or upbeat contemporary/traditional song you can find it on this EP. Grace consists of 12 members & has the heart of a worshipper. Anointed, unique and called for such a time as this. Grace Justified believes in hand clapping, foot stomping old school church, where we run, dance, shout, and allow the Lord to use us while creating an unusual service for God to show up and rein in the mist of his people. Recently nominated for 6 music awards, and being selected to be in the top tunes for the Rhythm of Gospel Awards upcoming compilation cd. Grace Justified just recently performed at the “Family, Faith, Freedom Tour with Senator Jason Rapert, and will be traveling to St Louis to perform with some of the national artist such as “Donnie McClurkin, Dorinda Clark-Cole, and many other at the National Church of God in Christ Holy Convocation on November 5th.Grace Justified is currently holding #1,#2, & #4 on the Reverb National Gospel Charts. Grace Justifies has represented Arkansas well.
For Bookings or for more information visit: www.gracejustified.webs.com
I have been writing and singing songs since I was 8 years old. I have a passion for God, Praise and Worship, and People. God has blessed me with a great husband and three wonderful kids that are all apart of this “music making” journey that I am on. God has called me to reach His people through Christian/Gospel music one song at a time. Be Blessed and to God be all the glory!
For bookings or for more information please visit www.moniquedelphin.com
Focusing Upon Elevating Lives, is an organization that seeks to assist in developing and preparing young people, married couples, single people, and families for their future now. FUEL uses an old-school approach mixed with modern day technology in assisting the next generation of families.
We provide programs and transportation that address the needs for mentoring, community development, economic development, educational development, and technological advancements within the families of Washington, D.C metropolitan area.
To assist young women with educational, social, emotional, and professional enlightenment with an emphasis on the power of the mind and positive thinking. This will in turn, help them to blossom into well-rounded individuals that will prosper in society.
A society where ALL young women have a positive self-image and outlook despite the influences of the world and obstacles they may encounter.
Who We Are
I Love Me (ILM), Girls Mentoring program was founded in 2006 in Capitol Heights, by Darcel M. Collins, business owner, mentor, volunteer, and tutor. ILM was created as a part of The SET Teen Center. It was the component of the business that would allow us to give back to the community by giving young ladies something positive to do at little or no cost to the parents.
Darcel is a native of New Jersey who graduated with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Pure Mathematics from Bowie State University. She also has a Master of Arts Degree in Management and Leadership. While all of her career is in the field of Engineering, her passion continues to be helping others, especially young people and encouraging them to think about those careers in Engineering and becoming successful confident young adults.
If you know of anyone who needs committed and caring adults who will mentor and teach them about positive decisions for their lives, please contact us at: LadiesofVirtueandElegance@Yahoo.com
Reginald (Brother Reggie) Richardson was born and raised in the Washington D.C. area, and as a child, Reggie has always liked different type of music. He even was in the band from the 7th grade until he graduated from High School playing numerous of instruments. He was known for playing the Trumpet because he played in numerous of DC Go-Go Bands.
After graduation from T.C. Williams High School (Remember The titans) in Alexandria Virginia, he attended Northern Virginia Community College where he pursued an interest in retail marketing. After noticing that retail wasn’t for him, he decided to try another field.
In 1993, Richardson decided to try to work in radio since he loved every type of music. He was given a chance at a radio station in Maryland, WPGC 95.5 that played Hip-Hop, Rap, R&B, etc. “If it wasn’t for Donnie Simpson noticing how hard of a worker I was,(even though I was only doing volunteer work) then I don’t think that I would have gotten a chance to get my break in radio”. At WPGC he was hired to work in the research department. After hours of learning other tasks, he started working in the promotion department for years. He decided that he loved helping and working with the communities, and dealing with the public.
One of his mentors was DJ Flexxx, and DJ Kool, and after assisting those DJ’s by carrying their records to different club venues, Reggie has watched and learn how to Deejay. Years later, Reggie was deejaying at clubs opening up for DJ’s such as Kid Capri, DJ Clue, and more.
He attended and got his degree at Columbia School of Broadcasting where he learned more about radio.
Richardson was working at WPGC 95.5 with popular people such as Donnie Simpson, who also was on BET Video Soul, Big Tigger, (The Basement), and DJ Flexxx, who also has appeared on BET ,and has made hit records.
In 1999, he moved to another station in the Washington D.C. area called WKYS 93.9, (Radio One) where he have worked with popular radio announcers such as Russ Parr, and Olivia Foxx, and did further work in Promotion.
The “OUT THE BOX & RADICAL GOSPEL RADIO ANNOUNCER”
In 2003, he moved from Washington D.C. to Greenville, North Carolina and was introduced to Gospel Radio. Jim Rouse, the owner of Joy “1340am” WOOW gave him a chance, and Reginald “Bro. Reggie” was on the airwaves on Mondays and Wednesdays. Having impressed Mr. Rouse and other listeners, Bro. Reggie was promoted to be on the airwaves Monday through Fridays from 3-6pm, and on Saturday from 5-10pm along with his wife, better known as “The First Lady” on his Saturday Show.
Bro. Reggie is loved by a lot of listeners,and the community and has been an asset to WOOW and the community with his dedication to what he loves to do, which is make everybody happy.
In 2007, and 2010, Brother Reggie has been nominated and won the award for the #1 Gospel Radio Announcer in Eastern NC.
Brother Reggie sat down with his Pastor, Pastor John P. Kee, and his Pastor spoke into his life by telling him to step out on FAITH and launch his own 24 hrs Internet Gospel Station and be Faithful and Giving and watch how GOD Moves, and now Rejoice America Radio is The Fastest Growing 24 hrs Gospel Station on the internet playing The Best In Gospel Music and Ministries.
Bro. Reggie is also a Gospel Emcee, a comedian, and a person who loves to work with the community and will do whatever he can to help anybody.
His motto is:
“I’m just a Nobody, trying to help Everybody, who can help Somebody.”
Click any photo to go directly to the station website or log on to: www.rejoiceamericaradio.org
Gabrielle Monique Smith was born on May 26, 1985 in Greenville, N.C. from the parents Ernest & Ora Smith, and is the youngest sibling of fourteen children. Growing up in a large family such as this, we have had challenges but our devoted Christian lifestyle has made the difference as we encountered these challenges and overcame them. It was definitely not easy keeping peace with unsettled circumstances, but at a young age I discovered singing gave me that sense of peace I needed. Whether it was singing at home with my family or singing in the youth choir at church; I knew that singing was my outlet because it stirred calmness within my soul.
Being born into a family of gifted singers and musicians, I was pressured very early in life. I was often called up to sing solos at church and called out to sing at family gatherings. Known as the little girl who loved to sing “The Blood,” I was forced out of timidity which gave me the confidence to sing in front of audiences of various sizes. My sisters and I, along with our dad, formed a group called, Snap & New Vision in the year of 2000. From singing at many different venues such as funerals, quartet concerts, birthday celebrations, nursing homes, and talent shows, we had our share of singing engagements. It was from this experience that I realized I wanted to make singing a life-long endeavor for me. Singing is what God gave me to do and I pray I use it to glorify His name.
Throughout the years, I have been inspired by various artists such as the Clark Sisters, Shirley Caesar, Lashun Pace, John P.Kee and the list goes on. But during these past two years I’ve been inspired by Leandria Johnson. When I hear her sing I’m reminded of myself and her style of singing is so absorbing. She is definitely an artist I would love to collaborate with some day.
Currently, I’m enrolled at Edgecombe Community College majoring in Music. Perfecting my craft of singing and broadening my musical horizons is something I take seriously. While my journey is in the hands of God, all the glory and honor goes to Him who have allowed me experience the richness of His Blessings. He’s placed wonderful and caring people in my life who have always pushed me to stay driven and encouraged. I have learned that the race isn’t given to the swift or the strong but to the one who chooses to endure until the end. All things are possible to them who believe, and I believe because Christ is with me.
The only limits in this life are the ones we make for ourselves. There are NO limits with Christ so therefore I can have the world…
Childhood friends Asami, Bonita, Morgan, and Sienna have shared everything including laughter and tears. Through it all, their friendship has remained strong and they were closer than sisters despite the different paths that life’s journey took them on. No matter the challenge, they always emerged stronger with their friendship in tact, but none of them expected that their friendship would be tested again.
No matter where they were or what they were going through, they always managed to find their way back to each other. High school crushes and teenaged angsts are nothing compared to what they will soon have to contend with. Will their friendship be able to remain in tact as they face the new challenges their lives bring?
Jefferson Bryant’s best friend was back in town, and this time, he did not intend to let her go. He had been in love with Taryn Daniels since high school, although she made it perfectly clear that a relationship was not what she wanted from him. He noticed her growing into a woman right before his eyes, making it difficult to keep their relationship purely platonic. Jefferson was positive that it was their time and he was not taking no for an answer. He only had to convince Taryn that he was the man for her.
Taryn Daniels had been running from Jefferson since they were kids. She wanted the things that a relationship with him would bring, but refused to sacrifice the beautiful friendship they had for them. After years apart, he still made her blood run warmer and her heart beat faster. As usual, her timing was terrible. There was nothing she wanted more than to run into Jefferson’s arms, but she was certain that their time had passed.
When it comes to love, timing is everything. As Jefferson and Taryn reignite their friendship, the slow burn reaches a fevered pitch, making them wonder if their time is now!
Kai Bennett never believed that she was worthy of love. Too many years of being mistreated left her bitter and uncertain of her own self-worth. Finding validation in men, money, and trinkets, she has little use for a man becoming a permanent fixture in her life. That was until she met Alvin. What starts as a game of cat and mouse quickly develops into something Kai is unsure she is ready to handle.
Alvin Reigns discovered long ago that in love, there were no happy endings. He had fallen in love once, and vowed to never again allow any woman that much control over his heart. Kai Bennett was an unexpected surprise who made him want to believe in the possibility of a happy ending. After many years of self preservation, Alvin is unsure if he should trust Kai with his heart.
Find out if Alvin and Kai can learn to trust each other and create their own happy ending.
For More information please visit: www.cassiettajefferson.com
I have been singing gospel music since I was a small child. The earliest memory is my paternal grandmother, Eddie B.(my namesake) would make my siblings and I stand in front of small and large congregations and sing in church. We were known as the Bradford Family in the earlier years of my life. However, time and space have separated us but we still reminisce about the good old days. My grandmother is deceased now. However, I will never forget the great part she played in helping me acknowledge the special gift given to me by God.
A few years ago, my family went through a very difficult time. My last grandparent (my maternal grandmother) Charity Mae, who loved and taught us all so much, became ill and died of heart disease. My grandmother used to love to hear me sing. During her illness and after her death, I experienced so many different emotions. Emotions of gratitude and sadness dominated me. I was grateful that my grandmother, a strong woman of God, shared so much of her life with me. Sad because I knew I would not see her again on this side.
After singing at my grandmother’s funeral, so many people came up to me after the funeral and encouraged me to sing professionally. The encouragement from the attendants at the funeral and the knowledge that God had a higher calling on my life, confirmed the word that I knew God had already spoken to me so many times before. That word was to take His message through song all over the world. My present singing ministry was birth out of a desire to continue to fulfill the call of God for my life. That call is to bring as may souls to Christ as I possible can.
For Bookings please visit: www.eddieruthbradfordmusic.com