‘Summertime and the livin’ is easy…’ Today is a perfect UK summer’s day: the maximum temperature is a cinderella-optimum, entirely agreeable 15 degrees: not too hot and not too cold. So here are a few AfroPop tunes to turn up the heat just a little more and soundtrack a hopefully already perfect day. Sarah Teibo – Blessed This G Kid-produced track almost certainly needs no … Continue reading 5 UK Gospel AfroPop Songs to Soundtrack Your Day
MOBO 2014 – The UKGospel.com Specials
So, it’s that time of the year again. The MOBOs roll back into town for 2014, returning to the Big Smoke for the first time in years, with the event taking place on October 22nd.
And you can bet your house (or rented accommodation) that the ‘whos’, ‘hows’, and ‘whys’ in response to the announced nominations will – pretty much inevitably – not be that far behind.
What is it about the UK’s biggest Black music awards that completely polarises opinion across the board..?
In the fourth instalment of our special #MOBOGospel series Yinka Awojobi catches up team member Lady T for her take on the 2014 nominees
It got a bit heated.
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UKGospel.com Podcast 10 – You Have the Power: What Would You Do For UKGospel…? The first 2013 podcast release from the UKGospel.com team and guests… And (in case you can’t see the photo above for some reason) arguments break out once again over diverse issues including: What the team would do if they were the CEO of the UK Gospel music industry Following the Pope’s … Continue reading UKGospel.com Podcast 10 – You Have the Power: What Would You Do For UK Gospel…?
Still in the locked room… More opinion, comment, mental sparring and controversy skirting.
Originally part of UKGospel.com Podcast 8, this 11-minute extract has the team and guests wrestling with the the tricky issue of the things we can – and can’t – talk about in church…
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Fun podcast with Yinka Awojobi and London family group V9 Collective – V9 chat to Yinka about their excellent debut album ‘World to Me’, selecting a few tracks to highlight: Randomness, behind-the-scenes info, what ‘V9’ actually stands for, how old Motown and classic 80s RnB/Soul influenced their sound, why Sam had to put his dodgy vocals on a guide track for guest artist Clinton Jordan … Continue reading Download: V9 Collective UKGospel.com Podcast