Born as Charles Bofossa, better known by his stage name, Lumino, is a Congolese (DRC) artist/songwriter and Record Producer. His sounds are really wonderful and his wonderful voice fits perfectly to his gospel songs and ballads. Have a listen to “Beyond all”:
Whitney Houston, born in 1963, was an US-american soul, pop and gospel legend. She died exactly one year ago on February 11st in 2012 because of drugs. RIP. Listen to her nice song “One Moment in Time”:
Mahalia Jackson(1911-1972), was an US-american gospel singer, also known as “Queen of gospel”. Here’s her classic “Amazing Grace”:
Wazee Wetu is a kenyan gospel pop band. Here’s their song “Sudu”:
I like Zambian music and Tululu style is very nice and funny, hope you enjoy it. Here is the song “Mandiva”
Wraygunn is a portuguese band, originating in Coimbra. The fusion of styles inspired by blues, gospel and rock sounds purely american, gives us this: “Don’t You Wanna Dance?”
I think MK is a zambian gospel music group. Here’s their nice song “Mwende Naine“:
Luciano e Damaris are a brazilian gospel duo. Here’s their nice song “O Importante é ser“:
This was a Music-Suggestion from Sol, thanks!
Johnny Cash(1932-2003) also known as Man in Black was a great country , gospel, blues, rock n’roll and folk musician from Arkansas, who would have celbrated his 80th birthday yesterday. I really love his music and have three of his CDs. Here’s on of my favourites from him, “Daddy Sang Bass“:
I think everyone heard about Whitney Houston’s dead this morning. At all, she was born in 1963, and was an US-american soul, pop and gospel singer. A few years ago, she started using drugs(I really can’t understand why doing this!!!) and got many personal struggles. Here’s maybe her most famous song “I will always love you“:
So RIP. Whitney Houston!