International Gospel Music Art, Marvel Joks releases the video of ‘No One Like My God’ from his Melody Album.
Shot by DMS Pictures in Lagos – Nigeria, Marvel Joks’ video further reduced the dichotomy between circular and gospel music videos wherewith the later has been accused of shooting low standard videos. The new video is an example of a job well done as all elements needed to make a video global was inputted. From Costumes, to shots, to choreography, to rhythm and even Editting.
‘No One Like My God’ video also has renowned Gospel music Arts as guest appearances including Mike Abdul, Monique and more..
Marvel Joks shot into limelight in 2011 when he released his first album ‘MARVELLOUS GOD’ which had songs like ‘Marvellous God’ which was an anthem throughout the country. In 2013, he released the famous ‘Oghene Do’ (rmx) which was a prelude to the original on his first album. He featured award winning Jesse Priestly from Zimbabwe in the remix and the video was shot in South Africa. Oghene Do (rmx) became the beautiful bride of Gospel Music from Nigeria to the world over having several renowned American Arts cover/sing the song on different fora, events, platforms and shows including Bishop Donnie MCclukin (check that spellings).
After the release of this video, Marvel Joks will be releasing others from his Melody album including ‘Uwese’, Siyanboga and Marvellous God (rmx) where he featured Samsong.
The Marvellous God and Oghene Do crooner will be releasing the amazing video soon.
Holuwadamilola is now set to release her first Single Titled. Alabaro Mi(My confidant) “Alabaro Mi” is a powerful song with inspirational words, a song that help you to build your faith in God whenever you are down, this song will surely bless ur soul. It was wonderfully produced by Ace Gospel Music Producer Adeniji Peter (Ppiano) for Distinct Music Productions.
Download Listen and be blessed
Popular Mainstream Rapper Kendrick Lamar Says: ‘Because of the State of the World My Next Album Will FOCUS On God’ By Henry talker
In a recent interview with The New York Times, Lamar spoke about the creative direction for his upcoming album. He said “God” is the “biggest missing component in life” so that is who the album will be focused around.
“I think now, how wayward things have gone within the past few months, my focus is ultimately going back to my community and the other communities around the world where they’re doing the groundwork. ‘To Pimp a Butterfly’ was addressing the problem. I’m in a space now where I’m not addressing the problem anymore,” he told the outlet. “We’re in a time where we exclude one major component out of this whole thing called life: God. Nobody speaks on it because it’s almost in conflict with what’s going on in the world when you talk about politics and government and the system.”
Lamar reflected on his family, in particular his younger brothers and when asked if the record will focus solely on religion, he replied, “It’s very urgent.”
“At one point in time I may have a little girl who grows up and tells me about her engagements with a male figure — things that most men don’t want to hear. Learning to accept it, and not run away from it, that’s how I want this album to feel,” he concluded.
The 29-year-old has not released any further information about the direction of the new album but he will be joining the likes of Kanye West and Chance the Rapper by using his faith and religious themes in their music.
Lamar has infused his music in the past with examples of his faith. His albums Good Kid, m.A.A.d City featured prayers and to To Pimp A Butterfly talked about God in the song .
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After the 2017 Grammy Awards, Lamer also praised God for fellow emcee Chance the Rapper’s historic win, as the first streaming artist to win a Grammy. Chance shared a screengrab on Instagram of the message.
“Congrats bro. God is moving,” Lamar wrote in the message, to which Chance replied, “He is! Love you brother!”
A seven time Grammy award winner, Lamar has also spoken about his faith being rooted in the Bible many times, and his Love for God.
MUSIC MINISTER, VICTORIA COLE UNVEILS OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO FOR “I’M A WINNER”
The official and exciting new video for the hit single, I’m A Winner by Victoria Cole is out now! Guaranteed to get you dancing. It’s exciting, dynamic, prophetic and spiritual.
The video was directed by DMA (Simplicity Studio).
Watch the uplifting visuals below:
I’m A Winner by Victoria Cole
We are anointed
Yes we are – repeat
I m a winner
I’m a Champion
I’m at the top
I cannot lose
For my God is for me – I cannot lose
For my God is great – I cannot lose
I cannot lose for my God is with me
I cannot lose for my God is great
Old things are gone and now I’m new in Jesus Christ
We are anointed
Giving God praise doesn’t get any better than this!! Omotayo Nellie Joy is an amazing vocalist with a heart of worship unto God. Her songwriting gift has given birth to this inspiring song of Praise, Dide (Arise) is a song that lifts the heart of all and sundry to remember the Goodness and mercy that God bestows upon us day by day.
This is a song that you are definitely want to wake up to on a daily basis for some time to come. Produced by T-Fash for T-Fash Entertainment.
Arise and give God Praise. DIDE!!!
Gospel singer Jonathan McReynolds says he’s ready to give away $10,000 in college scholarships by Henry Talker
McReynolds, the gospel music singer-songwriter is to give $10,000 for scholarships, for those in need through his Elihu Nation nonprofit organization.
He made the announcement on
social media , letting students know they can submit their applications starting on July 1.
Some facts about Mc Revnolds
McReynolds started the Elihu Nation nonprofit in 2013 after being inspired by his graduate studies at the Moody Bible Institute where he earned a master of arts degree in applied biblical studies two years ago. After seeing what he believed to be a lack of encouragement for people in the African-American community to develop their
talents in college,
McReynolds went to his own undergraduate alma mater, Columbia College in Chicago, Illinois, where he became an adjunct..
GRAMMY Salute to Music Legends will celebrate the outstanding contributions made by this year’s Lifetime Achievement Award honorees, Trustees Award honorees, and recipients of the Technical GRAMMY Award and Music Educator Award™ with never-seen performances by those they’ve inspired. The tribute concert will air on PBS later this year, as part of their “Great Performances” series.