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Hillsong United’s New Visual for Single “Whole Heart” Is Like A Prayer for Australia

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Hillsong United recently dropped their latest visual for their single “Whole Heart (Hold Me Now)”.  The video was recorded live at Hillsong Worship & Creative Conference in Sydney, Australia. This is the perfect song for much of Australia as they are still in recovery mode in many areas and still dealing with new fires, deaths and more in other areas.

Bushfires have burned millions of acres across Australia in recent weeks, killing an estimated 1 billion animals and more than 20 people. The entire country is asking and praying for help during this time.

If you have never travelled to Australia, it could be easy to forget its size. Being almost 3 million square miles (which is roughly the size of the U.S. mainland), a large portion of the country has not been affected by the fires and most tourism businesses are still open. While that is good news for the areas not effected by the fires, many have been moved by compassion to give back to those who are currently being effected. Even Hollywood is getting involved.

Elton John and other artists and actors/actresses with ties to the country have been giving money to help fix the massive destruction that has been caused in the areas effected. John himself recently stated, “the plight of the animals and lost of their habitat” was “on a biblical scale and heartbreaking”.

 

 

Fire fighters were recently welcomed in Sydney Australia with applause! A well deserved welcome for the brave men and women who are helping to save the areas effected by these devastating fires. Our prayers are with everyone effected by this tragedy. During times like this, it’s encouraging to have artists like Hillsong United consistently releasing music that continues to inspire and bring hope in the midst of dark times. Scroll down to hear the full latest album from Hillsong United.

 

STREAM THE FULL ALBUM FROM HILLSONG UNITED

Tamara is the founder of ArtSoulRadio.com and a contributor for Ebony/Jet Magazine and other publications. She also works in TV/Film production and has a strong passion for the arts, community outreach, teaching and working with the youth. Learn more at www.tamarallyoung.com and follow her on social media.

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Markees Williams – “Wave Your Hands” (Video)

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Markees Williams presents his latest single “Wave Your Hands” from his latest project entitled It’s In Your Praise.

Hailing from the Big City of Los Angeles, CA, Markees Williams is the 2018 ROGMA Traditional Male Artist of the Year. He is also the proud Pastor of Sanctuary Church of Refuge. Markees Williams is available for singing and preaching engagements by contacting his Management – Mari Music Group at: 323.903.5693.

Take a look at the video below and sound off in the comment section.

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Kanye West – Jesus Is King (Album Stream)

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Yesterday, Kanye West’s long awaited Jesus Is King was finally made available for public consumption. While Kanye has been in the news for things viewed as both positive and negative, he is now in the news for music again.

The album starts off with the Sunday Service Choir and features names from Fred Hammond to Ty Dollar $ign.

Take a listen below and see what all the talk is about. If the player below doesn’t work then click this link. Sound of in the comment section!

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Jay-Z And Will Smith To Bring The Story Of Emmett Till to ABC!

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After being shelved for four years by HBO, a program about Emmett Till’s story will finally be hitting the airwaves. But it will airing via ABC! Jay-Z and Will Smith have reportedly been tapped to executive produce the series, which will be told from the perspective of Till’s mother, Mamie Till-Mobley.

A Deadline report says the documentary will be women-driven and a part of a civil rights anthology series titled Women of the Movement. It’s slated to center around Till-Mobley reliving the horror of her son’s 1955 Mississippi lynching and be the eight-episode debut season.

After the Netflix hit “When They See Us,” maybe more stories like this will be told on powerful platforms. I don’t know about you, but I am here for all of it! Thanks Jay and Will!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XrEgR7u39-g

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