#WeIntroduce: Anu Omideyi drops debut solo EP

She’s already won awards and gained success with the Reapers Choir but that hasn’t stopped Anu Omideyi from doing something new and different.  For fans of UK gospel music Anu’s will be a familiar face. But she doesn’t like standing still for too long. A criminal barrister for 14 years, the leader of the Reapers…

Review: CalledOut Music @ Gracepoint, London

As a concept, CalledOut Music’s headline show in London shouldn’t have worked. He’s still relatively new as an artist and he doesn’t have an album out yet. Plus the venue was far too big for someone who only just started releasing music a couple of years ago. So why was the event sold out? And…

#WeIntroduce: The Pilgrims put strong songs first

The Pilgrims don’t want you think of them as your average group. That’s because they didn’t get together that way. Whereas other bands come together with the intention of releasing music from the beginning, the Pilgrims first assembled with the intention of just writing songs. The problem is that when you start writing songs and…

Nominations announced for Tru-Life Gospel Music Awards

    Sarah Téibo and Guvna B lead the nominations for the first ever Tru-Life Gospel Music Awards, which will be held in London in October. The artists, who have both released high profile albums this year, will feature in awards categories alongside other gospel artists from the UK and abroad such as Tneek, InderPaul…

Olaedo drafts in all-star cast for new single

  MOBO nominated British singer Olaedo Ibe has a stellar lineup on both microphone and production for her latest single. The track, called Good Life, features hit singer Becca Folkes and male vocalist Leké – who also knows a thing or two about making impactful music. Good Life combines tropical house and afrobeat styles –…

Plush new visuals for Volney Morgan & New-Ye

MOBO winners Volney Morgan & New-Ye have released the video for their latest single Seek Ye First. The track is the second single with a video taken from the Focus Deluxe album released last year. The video, directed by Phil Ossai, is a fun and more polished effort than previous video for the single Run….

Lurine Cato to release Be Loved – new single

UK gospel songstress and MOBO award winner Lurine Cato has revealed her new single Be Loved, which drops next week. The track’s written by Lurine herself along with Ian Copeland Green who’s also on production duties and sees her taking a slightly different approach to the uptempo lead singles from her album Chosen to Serve….

Sarah Téibo to release lead track from new album

MOBO nominee and Premier Gospel Award winner Sarah Téibo has taken the wraps off of what will be the first track from her second album. The song’s called Like a Child and plain and simple, this has ‘hit’ written all over it. We like the mid-tempo contemporary R&B sound expertly crafted by top producer GKID (he…

Our Ones to Watch for 2018

First announced on the UK Gospel Show on Premier Gospel this past Sunday, here are our picks for the artists you should be looking out for this year. Theon Theon is both very hard working and talented, which is a dangerous combination. Let’s break it down. He’s a singer, songwriter, producer and video director, which…

IDMC sells out South London jazz club

Even by the choir leader’s own admission, Hideaway jazz club in Streatham took a huge gamble when they booked the venue for IDMC’s headline show. Yes, the choir is well known in gospel circles but Hideaway had never heard of them and neither had a lot of the venue’s regulars. There was a lot riding…

Book and EP in the works for chart-topping Juanita

Her debut single went straight to the top of the iTunes Christian charts and now Juanita Francis is readying the next projects that will be released soon. The London singer songwriter, who is the eldest daughter of Bishop John and co-pastor Penny Francis of Ruach City Church, received rave reviews for her track Fall Afresh….

Review: Premier Gospel Awards 2017

Retro is cool again. There’s nothing quite like a little dose of nostalgia to bring back happy memories from yesteryear. So in celebrating the cutting edge of gospel music in the UK at the Premier Gospel Awards 2017, the odd sprinkle of old school was welcome. First, we have to mention G Force. A decade after…