Still on our Artists Spotlight, we have B0uqui. A multi award winning gospel hip hop artist from Nigeria, this lady is seriously talented, in singing, rapping and producing. One of her songs titled ‘Celebrate’ is one of my fav songs, with catchy African beats and tunes guaranteed to get you up and dancing.
Her new double cd album titled Marks Of A General and Eve Of Independence was released in September 2013 and features gospel heavyweights such as Da Truth, Midnight Crew and Faith Child, among many others. This is one artist to definitely check out and follow, her new albums are available in the iTunes Store.
Check her out and share what you think with us
I just heard about Marsha Garrick and I thought to check her out, and I was so glad I did, this has inspired us to do the Artists Spotlight to celebrate gospel and christian artists whom you may not have heard of and to support them.
Marsha is a UK singer and songwriter, she has been writing and singing gospel for a long time and has collaborated with major UK gospel artists. Her debut EP titled ‘Hello’ is out now on iTunes, it is beautiful and catchy with great lyrics and beats, we hope to see more of her. Let us know what you think of Marsha Garrick
Check her out http://www.marshagarrick.com
After a very long time, Carman is back and I am so excited, this man has been a trailblazer in gospel and christian music, and I hope and pray he will be here for a very long time to come. I love his boldness and his vision of taking gospel music and shaking up the whole industry with his own unique way of sharing the gospel.
With his new album ‘No Plan B’ out May 27th, I can’t wait to get my copy. “The main message of the whole album can be found in the title track, ‘No Plan B,’ which is how I’ve lived all these years,” said Carman.
No matter how many times you tell a girl she is beautiful, she will never believe you if she doesn’t believe in herself.— Katherine Beaulieu
A smile is the best make up any girl can wear.— Unknown
Pour yourself a drink, put on some lipstick, and pull yourself together.— Elizabeth Taylor
I love the person I’ve become because I fought to become her.— Kaci Diane
Girls compete with each other. Women empower one another.— Unknown
Women are like cars. You can trade them for a newer and younger model, but when you start to miss your old car it’ll have become a classic and out of your price range.— Unknown
A man once asked his father, “Father, how will I ever find the right woman?” His father…
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