SNOOP Dogg has taken his war with President Donald Trump to new heights after making his feelings known about his supporters, which includes long-time friend Kanye West. The West Coast rapper released his sixteenth studio album earlier this year but is as known for his killer rhymes as he is for his hard-hitting statements. Here's all you need to know... How old is Snoop Dogg? Snoop Dogg was born Calvin Cordozar Broadus Jr. on October 20, 1971, in Long Beach, California. The 46-year-old rapper's career began in 1992 when he was discovered and later featured on Dr. Dre's solo debut album, The Chronic. Snoop Dogg married high school sweetheart Shante Taylor, in 1997, however, he filed for divorce in 2004. Despite this, the pair renewed their vows in 2008. They share three children together: Corde (24), Cordell (21) and Cori (19). Snoop Dogg has one other son, a boy called Julian Corrie Broadus (20), from a previous relationship. What's the old school artist's net worth? Snoop Dogg … [Read more...] about How old is Snoop Dogg, what’s the old school artist’s net worth and what did he say about Donald Trump and Kanye West?
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Cassandra Spratling Special to the Detroit Free Press Published 6:54 p.m. UTC Aug 25, 2018 To use phrasing common in the black church, her daddy made it plain. On Aretha Franklin’s best-selling album, “Amazing Grace,” the revered Rev. C.L. Franklin said, “If you want to know the truth, she has never left the church.” At the time, his words were intended to silence critics who frowned upon Aretha Franklin’s decision to begin singing secular music. But Rev. Franklin’s prophetic words, spoken during the 1972 recording, also go a long way in explaining why gospel music remained a constant force and source of comfort throughout Aretha Franklin’s life, even as she reigned as the Queen of Soul. And many of today’s top gospel artists credit her soul-stirring style and passion for the music with inspiring them. “I used to sing her songs all the time at concerts and talent shows,” said Vanessa Bell Armstrong, … [Read more...] about Aretha Franklin never left her gospel roots, despite pop stardom
PUBLISHED: 14:08 13 August 2018 Nathalie Raffray Members of the B Positive Choir. Picture: NHS Blood & Transplant Archant Britain’s Got Talent finalists B Positive are among the line-up at a free four-day gospel music festival in Wembley. The choir, made up of people whose lives have been affected by blood donation, usually includes Wembley mum Simonne Kerr, whose son died of sickle cell disease, although she won’t be there on the day itself.Luv Gospel Brent Community Festival is taking over the North Wembley Community Seventh-day Adventist Church (SDA) in East Lane from Saturday.The four-day programme, continuing on Wednesday, Friday and Saturday next week, includes artists from the gospel scene plus Q&A sessions with TV lifestyle guru Dr Chidi. Michael Agyei-Asare of the South England Conference of the SDA said: “We got such positive feedback from the people who came last year.“It’s not every day we are able to see … [Read more...] about Luv Gospel: Britain’s Got Talent ‘blood’ choir joins line-up at free gospel music and health crossover festival
THE Harlem Gospel Choir is coming to Belfast in October for a performance at the Ulster Hall. The group has been one of America's most prominent gospel choirs over the past two decades, travelling all over the world and singing alongside artists such as Bono, Nile Rodgers and Diana Ross, and recording with the likes of Andre Rieu.They have performed for two popes – John Paul II and Benedict XVI – and US presidents Barack Obama and Jimmy Carter as well as South Africa's former president the late Nelson Mandela. Their Belfast concert will be comprised of contemporary gospel with a touch of jazz and blues.:: Harlem Gospel Choir, Ulster Hall, October 28; tickets £31 from ticketmaster.ie, ulsterhall.co.uk, Katy's Bar and Ulster Hall Box Office. … [Read more...] about Harlem Gospel Choir is coming to Ulster Hall in Belfast this October
Worksop Community Gospel Choir are marking their five anniversary with a special fundraising concert- and it’s an event not to be missed. The concert, at Worksop Priory Church next Saturday (June 9), is set to be a showstopper and will raise funds for the South Yorkshire branch of the Motor Neurone Disease Association. Over the last five years, WCGC has performed at a number of events and venues including, Worksop’s Got Talent, North Notts Business awards, the Worksop lights switch-on, nursing homes, church events, birthday celebrations, weddings, concerts, festivals and charity events. The group will now bring their talent to the Priory, joined by various gospel artists that the choir has worked with over the last five years. A number of people with different singing abilities, from various backgrounds in Worksop and surrounding areas will be taking part. WCGC has become a family that has grown from strength to strength where members continually support each other in and … [Read more...] about Don’t miss Worksop Community Gospel Choir fundraising concert as group celebrate five year milestone