Controversial rapper and husband to reality show star, Kim Kardashian, is set to drop a gospel album, ‘Jesus is King’ this week.
Known for his eccentric expressions and unpredictable antics, Kanye West recently kick started an exclusive church experience, where invited guests could come enjoy ‘gospel’ versions of Kanye’s hit songs.
Following the unexpected move that has kept industry stakeholders, PR experts and show promoters scratching their heads non-stop in confusion, the contradictory pop star who also doubles as a fashion entrepreneur then announced the release of a gospel album.
Many people initially disregarded the news, putting it to one of Kanye’s many eccentric ideas ( and he has had tons) that would never see the light of day- but in a post on social media today, the ‘Yeesuz’ rapper announced that the album ‘Jesus is King’ will drop on the 25th of October and also tweeted what is assumed to be an image of the proposed album cover.
Everyone is waiting for this, because it is of considerable interest to both the secular and the gospel world, following Kanye West’s controversial Yeesuz album, which featured him as a Black Jesus, complete with thorns of crown and the required attire.
Is Kanye, like his predecessor R. Kelly, set to take the gospel world by storm or is this another metaphorical representation of kingship?
Friday will tell.
LABAF2019 – MENTORSHIP @Food Court
What is the importance of reading? When should humans begin to read? Why should they read? Why should everyone seek education wherever it may be found? What kind of education edifies and instructs properly?
Actor, motivational coach and author of The Rise, Femi Jacobs, has the answers to the above questions and many more that may come up when he mentors students on the importance of reading and education at LABAF2019. The session is also called MY ENCOUNTER WITH BOOK.
Date: Saturday, Nov 9, 2019
Time: 9 am
Venue: Food Court, Freedom Park, Lagos
Don’t miss #Labaf2019
Bez Signs Litart PR As New Publicist; Announces Dates For Bez Live Tour
Bez Idakula, the award-winning artist has appointed Litart PR as his official publicist. Litart PR will handle Bez’s strategic messaging, media and public relations efforts.
Bez Idakula is a Nigerian multi-instrumentalist, singer and songwriter. His hit songs include “That Stupid Song” with Praiz and “You Suppose Know”. He was the first African artist to world premier his music video on BET. He has performed in New York, South Africa, London, Kenya, Ethiopia, and elsewhere. He received six nominations at the 2012 Headies.
His new album “The Light” has received rave reviews with Bez Live Tours holding in Lagos and Abuja later this year.
“I am thrilled to have Litart PR as my publicist. In my exchange with Mystique Syn Osuchukwu the Lead Publicist of the outfit, she showed professionalism and expertise. Litart PR understands my vision for the next stage of my music career and I am confident to go on this journey with them”, Bez said.
Litart PR is an art, artist and artiste PR outfit with tailored strategies that harness the power of branding, PR and media to propel art and artists forward. Led by the indefatigable Syn Osuchukwu who has shown an enviable track record in the media industry, Litart PR aims to create a unique road map for clients success.
“My belief in the Bez brand is unwavering and we are pleased to work with him” said Syn Osuchukwu.
Bez “The Light” Tour holds in Abuja on Nov 30th, 2019 and in Lagos on the 24th of December. Purchase tickets at Ariya Tickets.
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