Kirk Franklin stops by Get Up to talk about the show. Kirk makes it clear it’s not a “Christian” dating show, it’s a “real-life” dating show but they are bringing who they are to the table.
Kirk Franklin hasn't released any solo content in some time but now he's back with his new single entitled "All Things."
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The Queen of Christmas music, Mariah Carey, is back with new music. The international superstar has owned the holidays for decades and she continues her reign with a sleigh of other talented musicians. Music executive L.A. Reid suggests Carey and Beyoncé compete in the next Verzuz battle and fans react.
Kirk Franklin tried his hand in recreating the Omarion Challenge and it’s only right that he took it to church. His version of the challenged included a well produced video by Alpha Male Visuals and the amazing vocals of Kevin Lemons and Higher Calling! What’s the Omarion Challenge? According to Capital Extra, It all came […]
Kirk Franklin took to Instagram to let his wife, Tammy Franklin, and the world know that she is and will always be his number one priority.
Following his appearance during the 2021 Stellar Awards live taping on Saturday (July 10), Kirk Franklin ended his night on an even better note after being surprised with a Gold plaque certification for his "Best Gospel Song" award-winning single, "Love Theory."
'Get Up! Mornings' had the pleasure of speaking with Travis Greene & John P. Kee as they came together to premiere their new song with Kirk Franklin, "Hold On Me," and speak with Erica about how it came together.
One thing about Kirk Franklin is, he’s going to collaborate with hip-hop and R&B artists and make it church.
In an interview with Tamron Hall, Kirk Franklin discussed the nature of his relationship with his son, how he learned about the audio being leaked and how they’re dealing with the challenge.