Friday, August 15, 2014

Christian Music Artist, Vicky Beeching: “I’m Gay, God Loves Me the Way I Am’

Vicky Beeching has came out about her sexuality.  However, we wonder is she serving Christ or the gay community?   Does she think she'll sell more albums, because many people in the church are openly gay these days?  Who cares about what sex she chooses? It's getting to be so tiring reading headlines about people coming out of the closet.  Therefore, let us began coming out as straight, proudly saying, "I'm straight, God Loves me the way I am."  Well, maybe it's not so popular as to why we don't hear it much, but it should be, because this is the way God wants us to be, proud heterosexuals for Christ, not for any specific community.

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Tuesday, August 12, 2014

Gospel Artist Kevin LeVar Wants to Record Album with Drug Dealers and Prostitutes in Rehab Center

Unlike many other gospel artist, Kevin LeVar desires to record his new gospel album with drug dealers and prostitutes at The Dream Center in Los Angeles.  You see, this is what Jesus Christ would do, He would want to reach out and be around those who are outcasts within our society.  One of the main things to acknowledge is that these drug dealers and prostitutes who will be recording with him are not hypocrites.  Therefore, it's better to record with them, instead of a lot of these gospel artists who are not living and acting holy and acting as though they are representing Christ through gospel music. 

According to, instead of recording his latest material in a fancy studio with some of gospel music's biggest names that he might have had access to, LeVar opted to work out of The Dream Center, a rehabilitation facility in Los Angeles, Calif. 

We look forward to hearing this new album recorded at The Dream Center, recorded by Kevin LeVar and we know it will be very good.

Kevin LeVar Talks Recording with Drug Dealers and Prostitutes in Rehab Center for New Gospel Album

Kevin LeVar, a Gospel singer whose music has touched the lives of Christian music powerhouses such as Tina Campbell and Deitrick Haddon...Read full article, here.


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Friday, August 8, 2014

Lecrae First Number-One Christian Hip-Hop Artist in iTunes History, Says Rapper; Did He Do It God's Way?

When we read the article from our source, we couldn't help but ask ourselves, how did Lecrae top the charts in iTunes history?  It's so very clear when we examine the change within the gospel music industry in the past 25 years we have noticed many artists are not making music that is completely holy.  When most of them perform, they are very similar to worldly artists and it seems like any signs of the Holy Ghost must be obsolete in order to gain popularity and much fortune.  Therefore, for Lecrae to say he is so "big" in iTunes history over any other Christian Hip-Hop artists does not surprise us at all.   When you are a gospel artists who has not been seem to be separate from the world, then of course, you are going to get a lot of fans who support you.  He's probably the biggest artist who have 'bridged the gap' without any anointing whatsoever, allegedly. 

Mark 8:36 left us with this and we should never depart from it: 'For what shall it profit a man, if he shall gain the whole world, and lose his own soul?'

Lecrae Becomes First Number-One Christian Hip-Hop Artist in iTunes History; 'It's Bigger than Genres and Charts,' Rapper Says (Exclusive)

By Emma Koonse , Christian Post Reporter

Lecrae made history with his brand-new single "All I Need Is You" this week, becoming the first Christian hip-hop artist of all time to ever reach the number-one spot on...Read full article, here.


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Thursday, August 7, 2014

Alexis Spight Leaves Music World Gospel for Uncle G Records


It's so evident that it was not a true purpose that Matthew Knowles be successful at promoting and keeping gospel artists on his Music World Gospel label. He has had to release several gospel artists from his label in the past 2 years and the latest is Alexis Spight. She has now signed with Uncle G Records.

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Gospel’s Alexis Spight Leaves Music World Gospel for Uncle G Records | AT2W

Wednesday, August 6, 2014

Who Will Organize GMWA, The Way Dr. Al "The Bishop" Hobbs Did it?

On this following video, we learned a lot of about what goes on behind the scenes of the organization of GMWA.  It seems like Dr. Al Hobbs was not only an intelligent man, but very creative.   He explained what the Gospel Music Worship of America gives to potential artists and what his two roles were.  He did so much with GMWA, we wonder who will be able to take on this dual positions now that he has passed on?  May he rest in peace.

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Tuesday, August 5, 2014

Memorial Service Information for Dr. Al “The Bishop” Hobbs

If you live in the Indianapolis area or have a way to get to the memorial service for the late gospel artist, Dr. Al Hobbs, then here is the information.   The legendary gospel artist died of cancer at age 71.  May Dr. Al Hobbs, vice-chairman of GMWA rest in peace.  God bless and thanks for reading RGA.

Service Information for Dr. Al “The Bishop” Hobbs

“Scores of an Amazing Life”, The Homegoing Services for our beloved GOSPEL INDUSTRY AFICIONADO, Dr. Al “The Bishop” Hobbs, will be as follows:

Friday, August 15
Viewing 3pm – 6pm
Quarter Note 6pm – 7pm
Musical 7pm – 11pm
Saturday, August 16
Viewing 8am – 10am
Services 10am
Further arrangements will be forthcoming.

Singers and musicians desiring to lend their talents with the homegoing mass choir and...Read full article, here.


Monday, August 4, 2014

Gospel Music Artist 'The Bishop' Al Hobbs Dies of Cancer

Gospel music artist, Al Hobbs has passed away.   Rev. Al Hobbs can be remembered as leading the Indianapolis Mass Choir.   Hobbs was a good friend to the late King of Gospel,  Rev. James Cleveland.  He was the vice-chairman of the Gospel Music Workshop of America.  Rev. Al Hobbs died of cancer at the age of 71, may he rest in peace.

Gospel Music Entrepreneur Al Hobbs, Known as ‘The Bishop’, Dies of Cancer at 71

Al Hobbs — known for his work at radio station WTLC, for his gospel recordings and for founding the StarQuest talent competition — died on Thursday at age 71.

Hobbs’ high-profile tenure at WTLC began in 1970 and ended in 1993. His gospel recording label, Aleho, issued dozens...Read full article, here.

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