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Booking photo of MC Hammer (Dublin Police via CNN)

MC Hammer is upset with the cops of northern California. On Saturday, he tweeted about his side of an encounter with a “chubby elvis looking dude” earlier this week. The officer arrested him for obstructing an officer; at the time, Hammer was being questioned for driving a car with expired registration. Hammer claims that the first words out of the officer’s mouth were about whether Hammer was on parole or probation. The indignant Hammer apparently got argumentative, and that never ends well. The performer has enjoyed a slight revival of late, including an electrifying “Gangnam Style”/”Too Legit to Quit” mashup at the American Music Awards with Psy. Source:msn.com

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Papa San One BloodWe waited and waited, and the collaboration of the year is here, its Papa San’s new Album, One Blood

Gospel Music’s ultimate fusion of artists and genre has been accomplished  as Papa San joins together with the likes of Lecrae, Fred Hammond, Stitchie and Israel Houghton.  Each artist have their own rhythm in their bones, then it is brought to a climax with the production of One Blood.  Here comes a reggae, dance hall, hiphop, traditional gospel fusions that will surely cause a rumping of the non-foot-stompers.

Papa San has always been known to make strides, being the first dance hall artist to win the american gospel award, the Stellar Award.  San is being sure to assist in the development of many artists and gospel music workers including his son, who is responsible for the production of the album One Blood, and his daughter who is also heavily involved in the marketing of his new project.  Every step made is with his wife, Debbie Thompson right by his side, full of encouragement, direction, strong support and soft whispers.  San is surrounded by the support a man of God needs in a project like this.  Lets join in the support and get our copy of the colloboration of the year, “One Blood”

The Official launch of One Blood will be on January 21, 2014.  We can look forward to hearing  tracks and other artists such as: Da’ T.R.U.T.H., Fred Hammond, Lecrae, Stitchie, Tasan, Israel Houghton, Tiffany Hall, Tyrone Andrew, DJ Nicholas, Ryan Mark, Sherwin Gardner, Jael Wiafe

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Raga Soca! Dance Hall! Dub Shots! Calypso! R&B! Slow Jams! Were all a delight on Saturday, April 27, 2013 for the debut album launch “ I Need You” from Neesha Woods, the Gospel Bajan Artist.  Artists from around the island came in support of the gospel artist who brought her ministry to the fore front with the release of her first album.  There was dancing room for all who knew that praise burned the nostrils of Jehovah as the sweet smelling noise rose to the heavens.

Children, seniors and youth  were on their feet raising their hands to the Lord. Each artist gave of their gift to encourage the praise to the Lord.  Shane Forrester, Allison Norville, Paula Hinds, 13th Apostle,  Nayan Warrington, Michael “Bishop” Holford, and many others introduced an atmosphere of praise, worship and warfare beyond any other.

Neesha Woods came to the stage with a heart bursting from passion to tell the good news with records such as Nah Go Bow, Adrenaline, and many others. The standing room was like a nightmare at the front of the sanctuary as there was none. There was only dancing room to put Satan under our feet and tell him who we were dancing for.

Congratulations Neesha.

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Paula Hinds & Careen Carlton

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DJ Calvin, Psalmist Jamal

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Being Born-again has various meanings for a variety of people.  When The Lord comes in to your Life, you can count on everything being brand new. Friday, December 7, was a great night to say V.I.P. and realize how important you are.  Virginity Is Possible was on the tip of everyone’s tongue. From patrons to artists to pastors.  The Lord can make you brand new, and nothing is impossible with God.

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The evening was on fire for God and every artist that ministered had their piece to share. One notable piece was from Nicovia  and Larix, with their undoubtedly brilliant collaboration of NewDay (by Nicovia)  and Good Morning (by Larix) the duo showed us in one piece to celebrate new beginnings and relish in God’s new every morning awakening love.

How can we not mention Great ministry and not talk about Mr. War In Ton himself, NaYan!  After “explaining his song, he had the crowd thumping to the infectious beats of his title track Mr.War In Ton and Pray-ay-ay.  No where can you see NaYan and not see Bishop, as he will always support his friend in the war against principalities.

Undoubtedly, the testimonies of the brave

and strong regarding virginity was also encouraging to let others know that Virginity is Possible.

We look forward to the next event of Virginity Is Possible and anticipate a global effect.

 

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Friday, November 30, 2012, The Island of Barbados is celebrating 46yrs of independence. To many, it may be just another year, and another day; however, if you know about the history of the Caribbean region, you now how much this means to our people. Not just Barbados, but the entire archipelago. It means we became our own government, and said how things were to be run with little or no interference from the European monarchy.

We are a free people, with the ability to make our choices about what ever we want. It’s that plain and simple. There have been, and still are challenges that we need to iron out, carry to the threshing floor as a nation and a region. However, we maintain our freedom, with a severed umbilical cord, and a continual emotional and cultural bond to the Monarchy.

Our Freedom is celebrated daily as we see that we can publicly tell others about Jesus, and how much he can do for them. So, this independence, introduce someone to a freedom where they can choose to depend on the Lord God, Jehovah, Jirah, El Shaddai, Elohim, Nisi, and what they need him to be.

Happy Independence, Barbados, from The C2 Project Radio

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As much as we may not like their ways sometimes, God is known the world over, even to politicians.

On Wednesday nightEnglish: the first page of the Gospel of Matthew at the DNC, Massachusetts Senate candidate Elizabeth Warren drew attention to a New Testament passage that has had increasing significance for the Democratic Party: the Gospel of Matthew, Chapter 25. “ ‘In as much as ye have done it unto one of the least of these my brethren, ye have done it unto me,’ ” she said, quoting Jesus. “The passage teaches about God in each of us,” she continued, “that we are bound to each other, and we are called to act — not to sit, not to wait — but to act, all of us together.

The C2 Project Radio Presents “#SpotPraise “Live”

Featuring Nayan Warrington, with his Debut album, “Mr. War-In-Ton

Lime Gospel Challenge Winner, Shamel Waterman

The Welches Christian Union Mission Chorale, The Moravian Disciples, Ricky Broomes, 13th Apostle and Charmaine Rollock

Special Delivery of the Word “Differently” with Dario Richards

Saturday, August 25, 2012
6pm, at Church of the Nazarene, Halls Road, St. Michael

Admission is $15

Spot Praise! . . . throw ur head bk & flash God a smile . . . ’cause u’ve found ur praisespot