Tag Archives: Whitfield Productions

JGM Pick of the Week: May 21, 2018

“Keys to the Kingdom” Min. David Whitfield & Whitfield Productions, feat. Lena Starks Choirboi Records (release date: March 16, 2018) By Bob Marovich On this church rouser, Angelique “Lena” Starks, a sparkplug of a lead vocalist, breaks it down: you don’t have to be rich, or a doctor or lawyer, or even a warrior, to make it to Heaven. Just “be holy, be righteous,” she sings. Known to enjoy singing to a quick tempo, Starks gets downright evangelistic on the vamp as the choir supports her with lyric responses and handclaps. Min. David Whitfield & Whitfield Productions carries on the ...

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JGM Music Hour – Episode 118

Click on the image above to begin streaming the program. Episode 118 Playlist: My faith is working – New Christianaires I thank you – Terri McConnell Jesus – Tracy Neal Enter in – Chrystal Rucker Abandoned – Jennifer McGill Even then – Luther Barnes & Restoration Worship Center Choir Calvary’s Cross – Min. David Whitfield II & Whitfield Productions Believe – Marnae Greenhill All hail the power – Keith Reed & N.S.W. Nobody but you – Chaddrick Wood feat. Lowell Pye Spirit breathe – World Church Unites feat. Amber-Lee Garcia Born again wildflower – Debbie Cochran feat. Dolly Parton Enter ...

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“Calvary’s Cross” – Min. David A. Whitfield II & Whitfield Productions

“Calvary’s Cross” Minister David A. Whitfield II & Whitfield Productions (release date: September 29, 2017) http://dawhitfieldproductions.webs.com/ By Bob Marovich On their latest single, “Calvary’s Cross,” Minister David Whitfield II & Whitfield Productions raise aloft the standard of expansive contemporary choir singing established in part by David’s uncle, the late Maestro Thomas Whitfield. This call-and-response piece on the cleansing power of Jesus’s death on the cross is produced by Pastor Rudolph Stanfield Jr., another towering giant of Detroit gospel. Thunderous singing, thick harmonies, and melancholy instrumentation rise toward the conclusion like the ascent to Calvary. Whitfield Productions can trace its founding to a May 18, ...

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