Erica Campbell's big year continues with a nomination for Outstanding Gospel/Christian Song for her song "Positive" for the 54th NAACP Image Awards. The Get Up! Morning's host is joined by Marvin Sapp, MAJOR., Jonathan McReynolds, and the Tennessee State University band in the exclusive category.
Mary Mary blessed gospel fans with a live performance of their Adam Blackstone collaboration "Biggest, Greatest Thing" on 'The Tonight Show.'
Morton made the "The Better Benediction Part 2" announcement on social media with a beautiful photo featuring the powerful voices.
Maverick City Music racked in seven nominations including Artist of the year, Contemporary gospel album of the year and Worship recorded song of the year
Lamont Dozier, the songwriter who penned hits for acts such as Marvin Gaye, The Supremes, and the Isley Brothers has died.
Jonathan McReynolds releases his new single, "Your World," sampling an African American spiritual that might sound familiar.
Just in time for Father's Day, Juan Winans comes through with a very special song for his daughter titled "Always."
It looks like recent celebration for "Shackles" hitmakers Mary Mary won't be slowing down anytime soon now that Black Music Honors is set to give the ladies their flowers along with a few other iconic Black musicians at this year's award ceremony.
Gospel legend CeCe Winans was the big winner in this year's GRAMMY Awards, taking home three including "Best Gospel Album" for "Believe For It."
The supergroup will perform at the 64th Annual GRAMMY Awards and it will be the first time in over 20 years that a Gospel or Christian artist has been televised at the ceremony.