RL MUZIC ft . BRM
This song talks about how nobody, nothing, is greater than GOD! He is the MVG ... Most Valuable GOD ... don't leave home without him! My GOD's a Giant Killer, and always strikes on my behalf, I will shout it anywhere! This track brings an autotune sound with a catchy hook and pre-chorus. This tune will leave you praising saying ... MY GODS GREATER!
Bio Husband of one, Father of two, Brother to many. James Hardy aka DJ LostNFound (LNF) has pursued his passion for music since the age of 15. What started off as a pastime of making beats, by the grace of God, has grown into a full-fledged multi faceted ministry.
In the winter of 2017 James began learning the art of DJing. His goal was to supply Believers with a DJ who’s main goal was to provide a fun atmosphere without quenching the Holy Spirit (1 Thessalonians 5:18–22). Little did he know that God’s plan for his life was far more expansive! With less than a year of DJing experience DJ LostNFound joined the Rise Up Worldwide Radio Show with the idea of serving a global audience because “faith comes by hearing, and hearing the word of God”.
Learning radio opened opportunities for him to begin his own mixshow, "The 1st N 15th MixShow" via Holy Culture Radio, intern with the NewH2O in 2019, operate sound for the Rise Up 2019 concert featuring Ian Kenville, Shiwan, Ruslan & Steven Malcolm, and DJ for artists such as S.O. & Eshon Burgundy.
In his latest endeavor, LNF is focused on serving the overlooked independent artists within Chh. He recently curated an album (CAESURA) to push the concepts of unity and oneness within the body of Christ, while enlarging the platforms of the involved artists. This collaboration project boasts of over 25+ artists and 6 producers from various corners of Chh. CAESURA was released continues to receive high praise from the likes of Rapzilla, Trackstarz, Straight Ministry Heat, FiveTwenty Collective & more!
Artist Bio: A-Ram Short Bio
Anthony “A-Ram” Ramos is a Philadelphia native, of Puerto Rican descent. A-Ram seeks to engage and inspire individuals with his life experience and the Gospel. A-Ram began working with youth and young adults as a volunteer youth worker and mentor, serving in communal projects, juvenile detention centers, youth mentoring programs, and at his local church. A-Ram’s sought to marry his joint passions of communicating his faith and experiences along with serving his community by through education and vocational opportunities. He holds a Bachelor of Social Work and a Master of Divinity and has worked in Faith-Based CBOs and Nonprofit organizations serving those in need in the city of Philadelphia. A-Ram aims to help his listeners make the connection with their God-purposed design and live their lives with intention and mission.
Another COVID19 Song (This Place Ain't Our Place)
Matthew Balling @allNballN
Artist Bio: I am a recording artist out of Northern California, an engineer, a mentor of in the risk already youth, inside and outside of juvenile hall. I'm an advocate against human sexploitation, exploitations, and injustices, and my music reflects that.
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Hnst-T x Weez the Satellite Kiid
Where Music Meets MINISTRY - “I will give you the keys of the kingdom of heaven; whatever you bind on earth will be bound in heaven, and whatever you loose on earth will be loosed in heaven” Matthew 16:19.
Christian Hip Hop artists Hnst-T and Weez the Satellite Kiid joined forces on the new single “Prisoners Keys” releasing Tuesday, September 8, 2020 in collaboration with FiveTwenty Collective. With a smooth, easy beat that inspires immediate head nods, “Prisoners Keys” brings a message of freedom from the chains that bind us in this life.
“No matter what prison you feel trapped in, only God has the key that can set you free,” stated Hnst-T.
“When Hnst-T hit me up about releasing this track as a collab, I was immediately on board,” explains FiveTwenty Collective founder Eric N. Boston. “Once I heard the track it was simply a no brainer! It is a perfect message for the times we are going through and I want as many people to hear it as possible. It’s an amazing song to launch our newly formed ‘FiveTwenty Presents’* brand”
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I Can Do Better
Artist Bio: Josiah Williams can be defined as a lyrically expressive, adult-kid who leaves it all on the stage, and allows his faith to be the center of his artistry! As a performing and creative artist, Josiah utilizes his God-given gifts as an actor, an emcee, a percussionist, a photographer & videographer, public speaker, digital editor, and he leads with his work as a musician.
Williams’ music is reflective, fresh, and engages in truthful storytelling; his recording style is backed by a high-energy, dynamic, crowd-engaging mode of performance! “It’s not just about speaking into a microphone, or just performing my material,” Williams says. “My background is in Theatre Performance, so my goal is always to give the attending audience an unforgettable, inspiring experience through lyrical storytelling.”
When listening to a Josiah Williams track, you’ll get a blended earful of Hip-Hop, Rhythmic Soul and Christian Rap. In crafting his work, he always aims to make universal music—songs that are appropriate for all ages, songs for all walks of life, and songs that take the listener on a journey. “I make music for my homies, and everybody is a homie.”
Josiah Williams has been blessed to share performance opportunities with some of his favorite homies: Derek Minor, Tauren Wells, Chance the Rapper, Carrollton, Skillet, Tenth Avenue North, FLAME & Mike Real, Vic Mensa / Kids These Days, Saba, Kat Deluna, Rachel Kurtz, AGAPE and many more!
Williams gives credit to other multi-talented artists & performers for proving that a versatile skill set can expand one’s career: “I admire Jamie Foxx for all that he does in the entertainment industry. I look up to Trip Lee for preaching the Gospel in every possible way. People like Janelle Monae, Tracee Ellis Ross, Bruno Mars, Don Cheadle, Donald Glover, Chance [the Rapper], Andy Mineo, AJ Styles, The Rock, Jordan Fisher, the list goes on!”
The typical road to success is not the path that Josiah Williams has chosen. “Of course, I’m looking to grow, to get better as an artist and communicator, but I’m not seeking fame,” Williams says. “My goal is to glorify my Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ with my work. My goal is to inspire others, to serve others, and ultimately, to be an unforgettable entertainer.”
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Artist Bio: Divita is a seventeen year old new artist who wants to only rap about the gospel in all its power and glory; however this was not always the case. Coming from a stable home, born in Glasgow, Scotland and raised in Birmingham, England where he lives now, church has always been a part of his life and showed his creative side when it came to starting a YouTube channel a few years ago and unfortunately putting a stop to one recently last year. After meeting Stevie Valentine at an event ran by his church, another gospel artist, , Stevie began to encourage Divita to write freestyles and songs to practice his skills. After sometime of writing, Divita eventually wrote his first single ‘Kingdom’ and fully confirmed he wanted to start his journey as a Christian artist.
Bio If at the edge of 2018, you find yourself having a conversation about Caribbean Gospel Music, you can be guaranteed of two things: the name Samuel Medas will come up, and you will agree that he deserves every mention he gets.
In an industry like this, that has shifted over the past five years from being almost entirely dominated by Jamaicans, to now making way for Trinis, and Bajans, and Antiguans, it is still something of a miracle that a Guyanese would find himself right in the middle of those emerging faces of Caribbean Gospel Music.
So, for a minute let’s forget that this 30 year old, officially popped up on everyone’s radar in May of 2017 when he released a massive Reggae single called “Royalty” that rocked airwaves even past the Caribbean, and is touching almost one million views on YouTube, and then in December of that same year dropped a massive Album with the same name. A search of the same Samuel Medas on YouTube will quickly let you know that this singer/writer/producer/musician has been consistently putting out great music for over 10 years.
Born and raised in the country side of Guyana, his musical journey began before age five, when he learned to play the piano with no human help whatsoever. Over the following years he learned that he was not only gifted with playing, but also with singing and being a child of pastors, he found himself performing in church and surrounding church events. Music was the one thing that gave him joy and comfort, coming from a family that wasn’t well off, coupled with being extra small in stature for his age. Looking back now, Samuel is grateful for those days and thinks that they played a great role in influencing how he writes and expresses himself and his faith in Jesus, through music.
His persistence in pursuing music, caused him to walk away from two secular jobs and even his studies at the University of Guyana. And even though many of his peers thought it was a senseless move, he knew what he wanted… and then in 2012, after releasing his debut solo album, “Heart to Heart”, things took a steep turn for the better. Now, three albums later, Samuel Medas has travelled to almost every Caribbean nation multiple times over, North America and British territories, and has one GIMA award for Gospel Artiste of the year (2016), One Marlin Award for New Artiste of the year (2017) and a nomination from Celian International Gospel Music Awards of Trinidad and Tobago, for Regional Artist of the year (2018) slated for Febuary of 2018.
He has recorded hit songs, and shared stages with every major Caribean Gospel Icon like Positive, DJ Nicholas, Sherwin Gardner, Jermaine Edwards, Lt. Stitchie, John Yarde, Neesha Woodz Blessed Messenger and Jaron Nurse. With a combined following of 29,000 on Facebook and a whopping 82,000 on Youtube, and also being the host and Founder of The Vibes and Life Show, Guyana’s first Facebook LIVE talk show complete with lights, cameras and a permanent set, he is one of the most sought-after Gospel Artists in the Caribbean.
Artist Bio: Torrance Rudd, born Lantorrance Rudd was raised in a family filled with singers and musicians. Torrance innately inherited musical abilities. He began rapping at the age of 11. By the age of 16, he began writing and recording secular music. His heart was touched by God at the age of 18, and he accepted Jesus Christ as his Lord and Savior in which he dedicated himself and his music to glorifying God.