Travis Greene to headline London show in April

US gospel star Travis Greene is set to travel to London in April for the first of what will be two major headline shows in the UK in 2017. Greene, who has made a huge splash in the gospel scene in his young career, will top the bill at the Revive Concert in Golders Green. The event…

#WeIntroduce: Sianny set to make a BOLD entrance

Nottingham’s Sianny is raring to go with all the tools she needs to go far. She’s already been given a great start to her musical career by joining with top management and music production house BOLD, who also gave us Becca Folkes. Sianny also has a stunning voice that will open doors for her. You…

Review: Christon Gray @ St Mary’s Church, London

Let the records state that we’re not huge fans of sit down gigs, especially where hip hop is concerned. It was a relief then the the first thing that both JGivens and Christon Gray did at their London show was to bring the audience to the front of the stage. This wasn’t a night of…

Review: Sarah Téibo @ Hard Rock Cafe

It’s a venue that’s hosted the likes of Aerosmith, Stevie Wonder and Paul McCartney but it’s never been known for hosting gospel events. In fact, Sarah Téibo’s show at the Hard Rock Cafe in London might well have been a first. The venue was perfect for this type of show. It was intimate, with the…

Premier Gospel’s UK Gospel Show announces 2017 Ones to Watch

One thing that we hope is true: 2017 HAS to be better than last year. Saying that, we did see a lot of great music released by British artists in 2016 and the horizon looks promising for the next 12 months. The UK Gospel Show on Premier Gospel has named the people it thinks will…

Review: Becca Folkes @ Regent Hall, London

Wow. Just wow. If we had our own way, that would be the extent of our review of last night’s Becca Folkes live show. But apparently, it’s considered bad form to be THAT succinct. You get the point, though – we enjoyed it. Initially, we were a bit concerned. How can a singer with such…

Review: Muyiwa & Riversongz @ Transformation House, London

Muyiwa is one of the busiest men in the British gospel industry and does a lot of appearances and performances not just across the UK but around the world. Yet this show wasn’t just any show. He pulled out all the stops to make it special. The Eko Ile headline show is named after the…

Guvna B makes history with MOBO win

Guvna B became the first artist from the UK to win the Best Gospel Category twice at the MOBO awards after winning the prize for the second time last night. The East London rapper picked up the gong at the Pre-MOBO Awards at Cadogan Hall in the capital. In what was the toughest gospel category in…

Lurine Cato: I almost didn’t record Power

It’s one of the biggest tracks to come out of the UK in recent years but Lurine Cato’s smash hit Power almost didn’t get recorded. Lurine Cato, known to many as the Queen of UK Gospel, told the Sound Doctrine that the track almost ended up on the cutting room floor and was close to…

S.O. drops new single ahead of fresh EP

Mobo nominated rapper S.O. has been teasing a new EP but it looks like we now have all the details we need. Following some cryptic messages on social media last night, S.O. has just took the wraps off a new single. And there’s a full EP on the way. The new track is called New…

Times Change for Triple O – New Music

You can’t say Triple O is afraid of variation. Hot on the heels of raucous grime track Godzilla, the Mobo winner has smoothed things out for his next release. The new track is called Times Change and it’s a chalk and cheese departure from his previous effort. The laid back soulful beat produced by R-Kay allows Triple O…

Bobby Bovell takes the triple at the JUMP Awards

Bobby Bovell was the big winner at last night’s JUMP Music Video Awards, taking home three awards. The massive haul included the prestigious Music Video of the Year prize for the track Love Love. Yes, we totally called it. Another of the evening’s standouts was Sarah Téibo who picked up two gongs – both for…