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Love Thy Neighbor By Hot Ice
Brian Courtney WIlson
Divine Of Annapolis
Hood Memorial Mass Choir
Maranda Curtis www.iammaranda.com
Tasha Cobbs Leonard
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Marlon McDaniel www.marlonmcdaniel.com
Bonita Burney Simmons – www.boniyaburneysimmons.com
Fiona Varner www.fionavarner.com
Kendra Smith www.kendrasmithmusic.com
Sheila Moore- Piper www.sheilapipermoore.com
Bonita Burney Simmons
- Tyscot Records Recording Artist Ruth La’Ontra is coming to North Carolina A&T State University for a Inspirational Soul Concert.
- Annette Daniels has a inspirational exercise song entitled “There’s No Way We Can Lose”
- Meet Hood Memorial Mass Choir out of Belmont North Carolina.
- Meet “Brother Reggie” The Owner Of Rejoice America Radio
- Recording Artist Ronnette Harrison from the Washington D.C. area has a new single out called “Always There”
Tyscot Records Recording Artist Ruth La’Ontra is coming to North Carolina A&T State University for a Inspirational Soul Concert.
Who Is Recording Artist Annette Daniels?
Annette Daniels/Annette Daniels Records Annette was born and raised in Pompano Beach, Florida, she is the mother of two and Nanna of three, she is the owner of Annette Daniels Records, she enjoy being around her family and friends, and her many years of working at the Broward County Clerk of Courts.
Her style is Gospel Rapping and Line Dancing, Annette understands that it is not about the music, she want GOD to use her for his GLORY, and to bring positive new sound to the industry, she thanks GOD for giving her the strength to pursue her purpose.
Music is available right here: https://store.cdbaby.com/cd/annettedanielsfeaturingd
Who is Hood Memorial Mass Choir?
Hood Memorial has been singing for over 50 years. The choir is small in number, however very big in giving praise to the Lord Almighty. The choir is lead under the direction of Camille Harrington. It consists of members as young as 11 (now 12 years old). Throughout the years, people have always told Hood they have an unique sound and should record a CD. By the grace of God, the opportunity came to life. The choir was able to record their first CD, a live project called Jordan Harrington Presents Hood Live “To the Only Wise God.” The CD was actually produced by their minister of music, Jordan Harrington, who at time was only 17 years old. Just like the members of Hood, this young man loves the Lord and loves showing it through song and music. Hood Memorial is located in Belmont, NC and the pastor is the Reverend Dr. Warren Nance. The mission for the choir is reach out to the masses and help save souls.
Who Is Brother Reggie?
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.
In 2007 Brother Reggie moved to Charlotte NC and 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”
For more information call 980-505-7833
Recording Artist Ronnette Harrison from the Washington D.C. area has a new single out called “Always There”
Who is Ronnette Harrison?
Ronnette Harrison, recording artist, radio personality, accomplished vocalist, pianist, songwriter, piano instructor, and vocal coach, has emerged as one of the most sought-after pianists, performers and vocal coaches in the Washington Metropolitan area. Ronnette is also a member of the Grammy Award Recording Academy, Washington, D.C. Chapter, the premier outlet for honoring achievements in the recording arts and supporting the music community.
Ronnette began performing as a singer and musician with Gospel Music Hall of Fame inductee, Shirley Ables & The Joy Gospel Singers at the age of 11. She has recorded with numerous artists including Vicki Yohe, Pastor Shirley Caesar and Dorothy Norwood. In 2012, after experiencing much success as a vocalist with Stellar Award-winning groups Isaiah D. Thomas & Elements of Praise and Mike McCoy & Voices United, Ronnette stepped out as a solo artist. She has been nominated for several local Christian Music Awards and in July 2015, won “Female Artist of the Year” at the Gospel Blue M.I.C. Achievement Awards.
Ronnette received a Bachelor’s of Arts Degree in Music Education from Towson University, Towson, Maryland and taught music in the Prince George’s County Public School system. Adding to her multi-faceted talents, Ronnette is also a radio host with Radio One DC, Praise 104.1 FM and WYCB 1340 AM. She also provides private vocal and piano instruction. The songstress has successfully headlined sold-out performances at the historic Blues Alley in Washington, D.C., and recently at the Gospel en Karukera Festival 2017 in the Guadeloupe islands. Ronnette has traveled the world touring and performing with Gospel greats including Mike McCoy & Voices United. She has made guest appearances on several gospel television network shows, including “Rejoice in the Word” and “I Will Bless the Lord at All Times.”
Ronnette is currently making her theater debut with Mosaic Theater Company DC as pianist in “Marie and Rosetta” at the Atlas Theater in DC. The play runs from August 27 through September 30. On September 7, Ronnette releases her new single, “ALWAYS THERE,” her follow-up single to her debut project entitled, “JOURNEY.” Both are available on iTunes, Amazon, CD Baby, and Google Play.
This book is a must read…
God Heard My Cries represents the life of a young woman who has been haunted by her past.She carried so much hurt ,pain and hatred in her heart. She believed that she was a nobody and no one loved her. She was drawn to Ebenezer AME Church by a friend’s tragic death. There is where she learned how to forgive and let go of things that hinder her from being somebody. God heard her cries and sent angels in the church to teach , comfort, fellowship and pray with her. As her strength grew ,she is able to forgive many down faults of her past ,such as forgiving her step-father for killing her mother in front of her and brothers.
This group DiVine of Annapolis is doing great things and if you never heard them, you will real soon.
Who is Divine Of Annapolis?
DiVine of Annapolis, MD was formed and started singing Gospel Music January, 1993. The group currently consists of Sharnae Wallace, Glendale Patterson, Lishelle Haries, Patricia Whye-Samuel, Melvin Samuel, Jasper Handy and Michael Wallace.
All have been saved by the Marvelous Grace of Jesus Christ. DiVine is based out of Annapolis, Maryland. Our ministry is to let people know that Jesus is coming soon and you must be ready. Giving God Praise, seeing people saved, witnessing the rededication of souls, and the uplifting of hearts is our goal. Doing the will of God is what it’s all about.
We love the Lord and will continue to serve him without ceasing. DiVine has ministered in East Coast Cities from Connecticut to Georgia and has performed on such major events as the AFRAM, First Night Annapolis, Freedom Festival, the Gospel Music Awards in Augusta, GA, the Virginia State Parks Concert Series, The Black Engineers Awards, Another Level Gospel TV Show, East Coast Music Summit, Prestigious Newsome Awards, Allstate Gospel Superfest, the Prayze Factor People’s Choice Award Event in Atlanta, GA, Rhythm of Gospel Awards in Jacksonvile, FL and The Bobby Jones Gospel Show.
DiVine was the recipient of the Prestigious Newsome Award for Female Gospel Group of the Year Award for 2014; The 2015, 2016 & 2017 S&M Gospel Music Indie Award for Contemporary Female Group of the Year; and the 2015 Prayze Factor People’s Choice Award for Female Quartet of the year. On September 17, 2016, The International Music Association (T.I.M.A.) presented Divine of Annapolis, with top honors as the Grand Finale’ Champions on Season 9 of The Prayze Factor People’s Choice Awards in Atlanta, GA.
DiVine of Annapolis mission Statement is: I will sing unto the Lord as long as I live: I will sing praise to my God while I have my being. Psalm 104:33 KJV
For Bookings Call: 443-333-1120
This remix of “Soul Survivor” written by Brother Reggie, featuring Recording Artist Sean Scales will make a impact in the world.
You’re a Soul Survivor.
Soul Survivor is a song that is for Anybody and Everybody who has been through anything. It is also for those who were told that they will never amount to anything. Check out the Lyric video and share it will all of your friends who is going through..
This Christian Rap Artist, Song Writer and Model Natalie Richardson from N.C got something for you to hear.
Who is Christian Rap Artist Natalie Richardson?
Natalie Richardson aka “NRICH” is a Christian Rap Artist, song writer, model, and speaker that seeks to spread the Gospel of Jesus in all aspects of her life. Just as God renamed many individuals in the bible, in 2013 after some very strenuous life events, Natalie received a revelation from God that she was going to experience a spiritual rebirth, thus giving her the name “NRICH”. Enrich is a verb that conveys an action, which means: improve or enhance the quality or value of. God has called “NRICH” to impart a sense of quality and value to his people, and to remind them of the many blessings he has already, and is going to provide. Just as God had turned things around for Natalie, he can surely do it for you.
Being a Central Texas Native, in 2012 Natalie moved to North Carolina to begin a new chapter in her life. But let’s rewind for a moment……. Natalie grew up in the church. Her father and mother were musicians, so she always had a love for music. Her parents and 4 siblings would always have jam sessions at home, and practice to sing for church. And eventually over the years, her father began his own church “Beyond the Veil Ministries” in Killeen, TX. She served on what she then called the “everything ministry”. Upon graduating high school and entering into adulthood, that’s when Natalie’s troubles began.
Romans 12:2 says “And be not conformed to this world: but be ye transformed by the renewing of your mind, that ye may prove what is that good, and acceptable, and perfect, will of God”. And that is exactly what Natalie did not do. She had conformed to the world and got involved a spiraling life of sin. The next five years of Natalie’s life, she was consumed by emotions, legalities, and the spirits of anger, depression, recreational drug use, lust, perversion, fornication, soul ties, unforgiveness, and many other spiritual attachments. Even though many opportunities for death and confinement had knocked on her door, Natalie still did not change her ways and continued to live a life of sin, in and out of church, and focused on “gettin money” and wanting to be a secular rap artist and model.
In December 2007, while drinking and partying with some friends, a situation arose and Natalie ended up getting arrested. Luckily, she did not have to bring the New Years in being in a jail cell, but she did bring it in “PREGNANT”. Finding out she was pregnant was a huge eye opener for Natalie. Realizing what could have been really made her eyes open.
Proverbs 22:6 says “Train up a child in the way he should go: and when he is old, he will not depart from it”. Feeling trapped in a life of sin, even though ashamed, Natalie began to regularly attend her father’s church. Over the next few years, chains began to be broken and Natalie had formed a real relationship with Christ. Just because an individual grew up in church, does not mean that they are growing in the church or Christ at that.
Heading on to new ventures and moving to North Carolina in 2012. Finally in 2013 God began dealing with Natalie about using her gifts. Even though at one point in her life her gifts and talents were perverted, God showed Natalie that His will was not for her to die with her purpose. Natalie began to write again, and God began revealing to Natalie that he was going to take her through a season. In 2013 she wrote a song called” Take it”, which was about taking your issues and problems to Jesus, in 2014 she wrote a song called “Overflow”, which was about the grace of God and how good He is, and in 2015, she wrote “Purpose”, which was about living your life for God, and not wasting what He has given you to fulfill your God given purpose.
Many people have been blessed by NRICH writings. She is asked all the time, when is she going to put out her first big project, but she would always say, when God says it’s time. She has been steadfast waiting for further direction from God, because NRICH is sincere about Gods will being done, and not her own. Natalie had been waiting for God to show her His next move. In December 2015, during a conference, God finally revealed to Natalie that it was now time for her to walk more freely in her purpose. It is a season for those that were once outcast, dirty, and broken to come forth and restore what belongs to God.
Who is Brian Courtney Wilson?
Since arriving on the scene in 2009, Wilson has managed to release 3 solo albums and share his talents as a member of Fred Hammond’s United Tenors. Throughout those projects, Wilson’s singular tenor and community-minded ministry has won the humble artist a growing host of fans and critical acclaim. As a Stellar Award winner (United Tenors), a Dove Award winner (Worth Fighting For), ASCAP “Power In Praise” Award winner, as well as a 2016 Grammy Award & Billboard Music Award nominee (Worth Fighting For), the Motown Gospel artist brings the full measure of his singing and songwriting talents to every project and performance.
Wilson’s first album, Just Love (2009) is filled with radio favorites such as “Already Here”, “Awesome God”, the self titled “Just Love” and the song that still holds the record for number of weeks on the Gospel Singles Chart with 92, “All I Need”. His second album, So Proud (2012) builds upon Brian’s signature fusion of gospel, adult R&B and soul music with stand out tracks “He Still Cares”, “Obey Anyway”, “One Day At A Time” & the autobiographical, “So Proud”.
The spare yet fervent track also unwittingly laid the foundation for Wilson’s Motown Gospel debut. During an early chat about the album’s direction, Wilson recalls that Lindsey asked him a pivotal question about the state of the church. “In a world that’s become cynical about authority and organized religion, that’s an easy question to get negative about,” says Wilson. “Instead my gut reaction was it’s still worth fighting for and preserving. I didn’t know then it would be the theme of my album. But from there, God revealed the songs.” The message and feel of “Worth Fighting For” clearly connected to listeners as it was the most heard song in 2015 on Gospel Radio and spent 36 weeks in the Top 5 on the Gospel Radio charts.
Changing tempos with the album’s second single, “I’ll Just Say Yes,” Wilson cautions that you can’t realize what God’s promises are until you take the first step forward and say yes. The inspirational declaration is quickly becoming a favorite with church choirs across the country. Wilson’s realness, as well as his natural musical talents, has continued to endear him to fans. Born and raised near Chicago in Bellwood, Illinois, Wilson grew up watching and later singing in his local church’s adult male choir.
Several years after graduating from University of Illinois, Wilson relocated to Houston where he worked for Johnson & Johnson while singing and writing songs for Windsor Village United Methodist Church’s Sunday services. He was discovered when some of his songs were later played on local radio stations.
Worth Fighting For has solidified Wilson’s position in the gospel music industry as a premiere male vocalist. The album made an impact when it was released. Critics heralded the project “a masterpiece”, and said it “Leaves listeners empowered to worship.”
In 2015, the title single peaked at Number 1 on the Billboard Gospel Songs and Mediabase Gospel chart. Later that year Wilson was nominated for two Dove Awards: Contemporary Gospel/Urban Song of the Year and Traditional Gospel Album of the Year. He won the latter category, marking his first Dove Award win. Wilson also earned his first Grammy® Award nomination for the single, “Worth Fighting For” in the Best Gospel Performance/Song category.
The soulful crooner continued his rise performing on several national TV shows including The 47th Annual Dove Awards, BET’s Bobby Jones Gospel, BET Celebration of Gospel, The BMI Trailblazers Awards, The 31st Annual Stellar Awards and more. He continues to tour and has performed at Bishop TD Jakes Megafest, the Help 2.0 tour and in 2016 starred in the Los Angeles-based stage play, “I’m Only Human,” which received rave reviews.
Now Brian Courtney Wilson is ready to start the next chapter in his burgeoning career. “I love how real this album sounds,” says Wilson. “And that’s one of the things I pray for: to create a great catalog of music that people can lean on in good—and tough—times.”