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Sponsored Post: First Solo EP by Titus Showers Sweeps Billboard Charts, Debuts at #1

HAMMOND, LOUISIANA – Released on May 10, 2019, WHO?, the debut EP by Louisiana-based singer, songwriter, and philanthropist Titus Showers, lead singer of chart-topping sibling group The Showers, is the highest gospel album sales debut by a gospel artist this year and the highest gospel album sales and charting debut by a new artist this year-to-date. WHO? (A&P/UAMG/Sony/Orchard/New Day) debuted at #1 on Billboard’s Top Gospel Albums Consumption chart and No.1 on the Nielsen Top Gospel Album Sales chart. Titus also appeared in the Top 20 on the prestigious Billboard Emerging Artists chart, which ranks the most popular developing artists ...

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Showers Family Video of New Single Recounts its March 2017 House Fire

HAMMOND, LA (Monday, May 15, 2017) – Stellar Award nominated family group The Showers released the music video for their heartfelt rising radio single “I Need You Lord,” written by group member Titus Showers, Sr. and co-written by Tasha Page Lockhart with production by Bruce Robinson, Jr. and Page-Lockhart. Watch the concept music video here: “I Need You, Lord” is the lead single from the group’s forthcoming national sophomore album set to be released this fall on their family owned A&P Records imprint and is available now on all digital providers on sale including iTunes, GooglePlay and AmazonMusic. The new ...

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J. Bethel & Spoken For – All In

J. Bethel & Spoken For All In (independent release) www.jbs4.co By Bob Marovich All in, indeed. Frenetically rolling drums at the outset signify that the debut full-length release by Detroit gospel group J. Bethel & Spoken For is about to dazzle the listener with a proverbial kitchen sink’s worth of instrumentation and a high-energy range of musical influences, from jazz to rock to contemporary gospel and even some funk (after all, Jason “J” Bethel Sr.’s uncle worked with Parliament Funkadelic). The album leans heavy on the church truism that praise is the answer, especially during personal trials, as articulated on “I ...

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