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Music Top Five | March - April 2015

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1. Intentional by Travis Green: "The rasp in his voice and his delivery reminds you of Mali Music and Tye Tribbet, but Travis Greene carves out his own sound with his latest hit "Intentional!!!" From the chants of the background to the soulful riffs, this song gives a consistent reminder that it's all working for our good and that is what true artistry is all about.

 

 

 

 

 

Derek Minor Empire

 

2. Save Me by Derek Minor: With an addictive beat and a solid message, Derek Minor delivers a powerful plea for GOD to rescue him in his song "Save Me!!!" I love the flow of the song andit has a message that and will cross barriers.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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3. Amazing by Crystal Aiken : After a 6 year hiatus, Sunday Best Season 1 Winner Crystal Aiken returns with "So Amazing" from her recently released ep "All I Need" and she doesn't disappoint!!! Laced with smooth background vocals, a powerful message, and the anointing flowing effortlessly through her voice, Crystal Aiken gives us a song of adoration to our one and true living GOD!!

 

 

 

 

 

Steve Crawford Im Believer

 

4. I'm A Believer by Steve Crawford : Steve Crawford gives us this offering that simply restores Faith and remind us of what GOD will do for those that truly believe on Him!!! It has an amazing sound that delivers and I personally want to hear more from this awesome artist!!!

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lisa McClendon 5am

 

5. Million Dollars by Lisa McClendon (Ft. Sean C. Johnson): This song is an awesome collaboration between Lisa McClendon and Sean C. Johnson that showcases that even if they had million dollars it still would not be enough to repay God for all that HE has done. Flowing very smoothly over the urban/hip hop sound, this song has a groove that is infectious and a message that is true.

 

 

 

All reviews were written by Thurman Thornton II. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Music Reviews by Shawn Cotterell, Music Editor ~ Feb 2014

 

 

Hez WalkerFresh off his last release "Souled Out" the Pastor of Hip Hop Bishop Hezekiah Walker is back with his 14th Stellar Award Winning release entitled Azusa: The Next Generation. Named after what has been called the original Pentecostal movements, Azusa: The Next Generation is a musical presentation of what Azusa became when it started in Los Angeles back in 1906 as a small Bible study. That bible study grew and become the Azusa Street Revival. This movement became an annual event, drawing thousands of people all over the world and crossing racial barriers. In 2012 Bishop Hezekiah Walker led the Azusa revival in his hometown of New York. He and his choir Love Fellowship Choir added an additional 500 + voices who attended the revival and the end result is the latest project.

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Music Top 5 - Shawn Cotterell, Music Editor

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United Tenors Fred Hammond

United Tenors

 

Grammy Winner and trendsetter Fred Hammond is back again and this time in familiar form. With one of the most buzzed about projects to come out this year, Hammond is back this time with a male ensemble named the United Tenors, fondly referred to as UT. With 3 more records on his contract with Verity Records which is now RCA Inspiration, Hammond was looking for ways to reinvent himself. He returned to his roots and formed a male group ensemble. Hammond recruited his musical friends in the industry to help see this vision through. The United Tenors consist of R&B vocalist Dave Hollister, R&B and soul singer Eric Roberson and Gospel Recording Artist Brian Courtney Wilson.

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