Affectionately known as “The Queen of Soul” Aretha Franklin is a music industry icon.

In addition to his own projects, Lawrence has served as the vocal coach to R&B group En Vogue, musical director for Stephanie Mills, songwriter for The Clark Sisters, and has worked with Kirk Franklin, Mary J. Blige, Donnie McClurkin and more.

We can bet your church has probably sang a few of Hezekiah Walker's songs... 

On-Air personality and fitness coach Maria More has been in the industry for years. She’s learned a unique way to use her influence to help inspire others to be the best people that can be. This black music month we spotlight Maria More has she gives tips to young woman trying to be successful in […]

Follow Praise 104.1: Praise 104.1‘s Cheryl Jackson has enjoyed a long and successful career in Radio but how did she get her start? For Black Music Month, we profile Cheryl and talk to her about her beginnings in radio, some of her biggest influences and advice to women in Gospel Radio and the musical genre […]

Lori Flowers, Director of Marketing at Radio One Atlanta has been in the industry for years. This Black Music Month she shares some tips for women looking to follow their dreams in the music industry. Check out the video below… The Latest Music, Celebrities and Interviews: Sign Up For Our Newsletter!

John P. Kee Gospel Artist Durham, North Carolina Crowned “The Prince of Gospel Music” John P. Kee is no stranger to inspirational music. With an award-winning career lasting more than 20 years, the NC pastor is known for blending traditional gospel with contemporary tunes. Kee was inducted into the Christian Music Hall of Fame in […]

Crowned the "First Lady of Gospel Music," Shirley Caesar began her recording career at the tender age of 12. With a career spanning over 60 years...