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Chinaa Orr is an up and coming artist hailing from Chicago! Carrying a powerful yet graceful sound, China is always ready to bring her listeners a little inspiration. She got her start at singing at the age of four in her local church. She later grew to be a praise and worship leader within her church. She has continued to grow as an artist and a performer and has since opened up for Ella Mai and others. Chinaa is a winner of Columbia College’s Manifest Urban Arts Festival Song Competition and continues to lead worship at her current church All Nations in Chicago.

As a student of her craft, Chinaa has embraced all cultures of music and it shows in her own original work. Her goal as an artist is to send out a message of Christ, love, healing, and empowerment to her listeners regardless of their backgrounds or beliefs while fusing together a culmination of sounds and genres. Chinaa’s most recent single “Royalty” which released in 2018 is the perfect example of that message. It’s a universal message that anyone can relate to and be inspired by. Stream it below:

 

“Royalty” By Chinaa Orr

 

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Comedian Kevon Carter Releases New Music Album

Kevon Carter is most known for his funny videos on social media, music was his first love. Having released his first album a decade ago and composed songs for Bishop Paul S. Morton, Jonathan McReynolds and more over the years, Carter has stepped back into the artist room to release another album titled Finally (I Felt That Music).

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While Kevon Carter is most known for his funny videos on social media, music was his first love. Having released his first album a decade ago and composed songs for Bishop Paul S. Morton, Jonathan McReynolds and more over the years, Carter has stepped back into the artist room to release another album titled Finally (I Felt That Music).

The 16-track gospel album has already hit no. 3 on iTunes and Amazon Christian music charts! 

His press release states: The project features tender ballads such as “Through the Pain,”  “You Survived” and “Open Heaven.” There are fast tracks such as “Be Exalted” and the retro groove, “Give Him Praise.” However,  “Check Their Fruit” which is based on Galatians 5:22-23 is getting attention. “It’s a fun song with a message, a real message,” he says. He adds that “Always A Reason” is a simple ballad that explains that there’s always a reason to praise the Lord. “Again” is another fine ballad. “It’s a self-reflective song about the guilt and shame that comes with making poor decisions,” he says. There are also three brief comedic interludes sprinkled throughout the set. 

When God has a calling on your life, it’s hard to ignore it. Believe it or not, Carter had no intentions of being a comedian but he stumbled upon a way to combine the talent with his passion for music. 

“I decided to do a funny song about vocal runs to post on Facebook. I knew nothing about making videos online. When I posted the video, it went viral. I started getting so many friend requests that my personal page reached the max to accept friends,” he says. “After going viral,  I decided to do another video weeks later and that video also produced thousands of views. People would comment about how much they enjoyed the skits, and they encouraged me to do more and so I did.  As I kept going, I slowly began to see that the comedy and humor was also a ministry.”

Take a listen to Kevon Carter’s Finally album below. Then, keep scrolling to take a look at some of his funny videos. 

 

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Reach Records Releases New Christmas Music! Watch & Listen Here

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The artists of Reach Records came together to release new Christmas music from their new live session compilation “The Gift”. Scroll down to listen to the full stream below. Then, keep scrolling to catch a few of the songs performed live!

 

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ArtSoul Spotlight: KJ Scriven Is Someone You Should Know

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Hailing from North Carolina, K.J. Scriven is a singer/songwriter, worship leader, as well as a cultural and theological thought leader. Being passionate about the power and impact of the local church, he serves as the Music Director at Transformation Church under the leadership of Pastor Derwin Gray. His strong but sincere message of the Gospel of Jesus Christ demonstrates that he uses all of his heart, soul, and his guitar to invoke worship and righteous living to all generations.

KJ is a Grammy-award winning songwriter, with 10 song placements on national recording artist projects:

“Be Still” on Travis Greene’s current album “Crossover: Live From Music City”

“What Can I Do” on Tye Tribbett’s “Greater Than” album, which he also was lead singer.

“I Will Sing”, “Lord, I Love You” and “We Need You Now” on Todd Galberth album “Decrease”

“Here for You” and “You Keep Me” on Travis Greene album “The Hill”

“Steady” on Gerald and Tammi Haddon album “US”

“Open Up The Heavens” on Shekinah Glory’s “Surrender” album

“Love Came Down” on James Fortune’s Christmas project “Grace Gift”

KJ is also the featured singer on the song “Resurrecting” on Tye Tribbett’s album “Bloody Win”.

 

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