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Tod+Dulaney+Blue+background+editedTODD DELANEY

2019 six-time Stellar Gospel Music Award nominee Todd Dulaney, releases the brand new live album To Africa with Love, recorded live in Cape Town, South Africa, via eOne Nashville. The ten-track album features live versions of Dulaney’s most beloved worship and praise anthems plus new original songs, including the smash-hit lead single “You’re Doing It All Again” (featuring Nicole Harris).

christina bellsCHRISTINA BELL

After launching her solo career a few years ago, Christina Bell signed with Malaco Music Group in June 2018. “Going” is the current single, and teaser, for her forthcoming album. Bell’s aggressive vocals and impassioned evangelizing on “Going” evoke the extroverted sound of Tasha Cobbs Leonard and Jekalyn Carr. Bell goes right for the jugular on this song of praise, building intensity with her musicians and BGVs until the end, when she lets loose with out-loud gratitude. The track’s bold musicality and live feel should open the door for radio spins.

Kirk franklinKIRK FRANKLIN

Thirteen-time Grammy-winning artist, songwriter, and producer Kirk Franklin will release his highly anticipated new album, Long Live Love, on May 31, 2019. The album, which is Franklin’s thirteenth studio offering, features the hit single “Love Theory.” Franklin will kick off his Long Live Love Tour on July 11, 2019 in Austin, Texas, making stops in 25 other major cities including New York City, Los Angeles, Chicago, Atlanta, Baltimore, Detroit, and Houston. Every ticket for this show includes a CD of the Long Live Love album.


Kurt Carr is back with the release of his new single “Bless Somebody Else (Dorothy’s Song)”! The two-time Grammy-nominated gospel icon has crafted a masterful blend to excite the senses and replenish the soul on this new single, available now on digital platforms and newly released to radio. Carr raises “Bless Somebody Else (Dorothy’s Song)” to new heights, assembling an all-star performance of celebrated voices with The Kurt Carr Singers, Miles Caton, Wess Morgan, Fred Hammond, Faith Evans, Yolanda Adams, Smokie Norful, Erica Campbell, Roosevelt Griffin, John P. Kee, Jekalyn Carr, Bishop Paul S. Morton, Keke Wyatt, Bishop T.D. Jakes, Denise Tichenor, and Zacardi Cortez.