Today I had the opportunity to catch up with Detroit’s own multi-talented, award winning artist, Tasha Page Lockhart. Going by just “Tasha” now, we talked about her new single, “Why Not Me” a song birthed from trusting God’s process – something she has learned well in the last few years.
Tasha said, “We have to stop cursing our process with our words” as the process determines the outcome.
“Why Not Me” is available on all digital platforms beginning Wednesday, February 26th. Catch up with this dynamic sister on her Instagram: @tasha
Anne-Marie Johnson has had an amazing career. I’ve been following her for years from the hit TV series In Living Color, What’s Happening Now, Girlfriends, In the Heat of the Night and Tyler Perry’s House of Pain. On the big screen, she appeared in classics such as Hollywood Shuffle, I’m Gonna Git You Sucka, and Down in the Delta.
I had the opportunity to talk to Anne-Marie about the new relationship drama, Cherish the Day from acclaimed filmmaker Ava DuVernay. We chatted about her diverse rolls and why it’s important to celebrate black love.
It seems as if Pastor Sabrina McKenzie has always been in my life. But truth is I’ve only known this celebrated pastor, entrepreneur, and television personality a short while… but we became fast friends.
Affectionately known as “The Dancing Preacher,” McKenzie is the founder and the Executive Producer of Dancing Preachers International and the Founder of the Liturgical Dance Day and is responsible for creating one of the most celebrated liturgical dance ministries, the International Dance Commission (IDC), which has gained international acclaim since its inception in 2005.
There is so much more about this amazing woman of God that you need to know, so check out her website: sabrinamckenzie.org and check out our interview about her new book, how it was almost thwarted and her experience as one of the stars of the BRAVO television show, “In A Man’s World” produced by Viola Davis.
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Today I had an opportunity to chat with artist, TV personality and actress Lexi about her new single, “There is More” and when I tell you there is more to this talented woman is an understatement? Wow!
In “There is More,” Lexi pours her heart out about topics of trust, vulnerability, freedom, and devotion through a lens of practical faith. Written by Lexi, along with Dana Soréy and Deon Kipping, the song was birthed out of feelings of doubt and hopelessness after an illness, the death of her uncle and the end of her very public engagement.
Lexi doesn’t just sing it; she lived through it and with God’s help and a gifted therapist we talked about coming out on the other side and a recent encounter with her ex-fiancé that had me in awe of the power of God! (Source: Motown Gospel and umusic.box.com)