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  1. (Album) Believe For It by CeCe Winans
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    Gospel powerhouse, CeCe Winans, has released a new album! With songs like the title track, “Believe For It,” the album is filled with songs of hope and reminders that we have a God of the impossible.



2. (Album) The N.O.W Experience by Kelontae Gavin

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The album featured songs like “Goin’ Up” featuring Aaron Cole and “I Shall Live” featuring Isaiah Templeton. Mid-way through the album, Kelontae interjects what he calls “Ministry Moment,” in which he shares a word that he ministered to kids at a youth engagement. He encouraged them through words like, “You shall live and not die…You will see that God’s on your side.” At just 21, he is truly a voice of hope for a generation that has been described as “hopeless.”

3. (Single) Speak to Me (Queen Mix) by Koryn Hawthorne (feat. Queen Naija)

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Koryn is back with a remix, or “Queen” mix (as used in the title), featuring popular R&B singer, Queen Naija. Having featured artists like Yella Beezy in previous songs, this collaboration is not as unlikely as it may seem. Since there are no restrictions on who can show glory to God, we are here for this collab from two queens, in their own right!


4. (Single) Spirit by Joey Vantes
This contemporary and upbeat new single by Joey Vantes definitely has more of a gospel

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reggaetón vibe to it. Though you might find yourself doing more swaying and footwork than usual, Joey is definitely delivering a message on top of this catchy beat. This song is a vibe. We recommend adding this to your playlist for when you’re going for a drive with the windows down, music blasting and you’re just in your zone.


5. (EP) Peace by Brian Courtney Wilson

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The old school organ vibes at the start of the third track, “Nothing Occurs to God,” are sure to stir up a bit of nostalgia for those who grew up going to (something something) Missionary Baptist Church with their grandma with the purse full of peppermints and no tolerance for any horseplay in the sanctuary. This EP is definitely an ode to the traditional gospel sound that many of us grew up to in the car on the way to church.

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