Where has Chevelle Franklyn been in the ten years since her last studio album His Way and her new album Set Time?
Apparently at home, in Jamaica and appropriately both touring the world and spending a lot of time with God.
The former secular sensation turned Psalmist powerhouse lives in Jamaica, but according to Chevelle, “doors kept opening up all over the world”. This was enough for her to stay moderately busy yet still active in the studio. “God opened doors in Nigeria, Ghana and Zimbabwe, I mean all over Africa, and the world by extension – London, The Middle East, The States and Europe, so I figured people were wondering if I migrated or something. God was doing His thing, I kept receiving new music but the season was not yet fulfilled for music to be released”.
Her new album, Set Time chronicles the journey thus far. “I could not rush, I had to learn patience and trust the process”.
Chevelle Franklyn releases first track “No Foreign God” ahead of 2017 Album launch.
It’s been over a decade since we’ve heard new music from Chevelle Franklyn. Her silence has been broken. Long overdue with new music. Franklyn releases the bold declaration No Foreign God ahead of her 2017 Set Time launch.
#NewMusic Chevelle Franklyn fuses African/Caribbean beats in “I Have A Father” featuring Donnie McClurkin.
Isabella releases the much anticipated Audio & Lyrics Video for HALLEL
Hallel, which means PRAISE in Hebrew, is the first single to be released off Isabella's eight album, A New Beginning.
Joel “Positive” Murray from Trinidad & Tobago emerged the top winner at this year’s Caribbean Gospel Music Marlin Awards held on recently at the Myles E. Munroe Diplomat Centre in Nassau, Bahamas. Positive became the first ever artist in Marlin Awards history to win eight (8) individual awards in one night.
The prestigious Caribbean Gospel Music Marlin Awards, considered one of the longest running Caribbean Gospel events in the region celebrated its 20th Anniversary during Marlin Awards Weekend in February 2017. The awards were launched on March 16th 1996 by media executive and radio personality Kevin “Minister K” Harris and now distributes awards in over forty (40) categories.
It debuts at No. 28 on this week’s Billboard Gospel Airplay chart and at No. 29 on the Mediabase Gospel Airplay chart. It anchors Gardner’s forthcoming live album “Greater” (Flow Masters /Tyscot), which is scheduled to release globally on April 21st.
Glacia collaborates with worshipper Helén Teike on her debut album “Highest Praise.”
Serving in multiple roles on this project which was produced by Mark Brown (PenTab Records), Glacia Robinson (GRM Music), and Emerson Ally (EAMP).
Glacia wrote and composed the song,“Because of You” and is featured on “I Bless Your Name”, along with some of the singers from her team to stand in solidarity with Helén.
Glacia says “...these are some of of the best vocalists in New York City who typically minister with me and my amazing band for live concerts.”
The song, Great King is described as a good Sunday morning praise song that will get you moving for God!! The author of the song is D'Andre Fraizer of Chicagio, IL,, USA.
According to D'Andre Frazier; "Gospel music has been rooted in me since birth. As a child, I learned to sing through my family. I can remember each holiday we would gather around the piano singing good old hymns that mean so much to me today.
As I grew older, I was groomed into a praise and worship leader/choir director. With the help of great leaders, I developed and had a great passion for leading people into the presence of God.
Today I carry that same passion! I feel it’s my assignment to lead the people into the presence of God through song. I am and always want to be a vessel God can use to usher in his presence wherever I am."
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