In January of 1972, Aretha Franklin along with Reverend James Cleveland and the Southern California Community Choir got together at the New Temple Missionary Baptist Church in Los Angeles to record the album "Amazing Grace."

Today we shine a light on Gospel legend Dorothy Love Coates for Black Music Month.

Known as the ""the father of modern gospel music," Andraé Crouch helped usher praise and worship to the mainstream.

This year we're celebrating the 40th anniversary of #BlackMusicMonth!

Join our Detroit Praise Network text club for breaking news, exclusive contests, and more!  The Gospel industry is always evolving and newcomers are steadily making their way through the industry. Check out these gospel artists on the rise. Marc Jay & The J Crew Band   Restine Jackson Eric Deon Shana Wilson-Williams […]

Kirk Franklin is an artist who’s extended his talents to books, businesses and more over the past 20+ years, paving a way for a contemporary sound in urban, Christian music.

See five of Tamela Mann's top songs inside and vote for your favorite!

In addition to his own projects, Lawrence has served as the vocal coach to R&B group En Vogue, musical director for Stephanie Mills, songwriter for The Clark Sisters, and has worked with Kirk Franklin, Mary J. Blige, Donnie McClurkin and more.

We can bet your church has probably sang a few of Hezekiah Walker's songs...