A few weeks ago, former Destiny Child’s member, Michelle Williams, was being trolled on Twitter. I bet she’s now having the last laugh. Michelle has caught the full attention of the gospel community, following the release of Say Yes, which is an afrobeat version of a song popular in Nigerian churches. She is joined on the track by her former bandmates, Beyoncé and Kelly Rowland. The song is taken from Michelle’s new gospel album, I Am Freedom. For more details, visit www.iammichelle.com.
British gospel singer, David B, is a young man on a roll. He recently won three awards at JUMP – the first ever gospel music video awards held in the UK. It no doubt made him realise that his decision to give up his medical studies to pursue a music career was a good one. This talented young man is currently busy promoting his debut 8-track EP, Care About The Journey. Visit www.davidbonline.com for more details.
If you are a fan of gospel star of the moment, Mali Music, you’ll be pleased to know he’s one of the guest artists who will be performing at the annual International Gathering of Champions (IGOC) conference, organised by Kingsway International Christian Centre. The other special international guest artist taking part is praise and worship supremo, Israel Houghton. This year’s IGOC runs from 27 to 31 August, and guest speakers include Prophetess Juanita Bynum. Visit www.kicc.org.uk for more details.