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2 Views · 9 months ago

Nicki Minaj And Husband Kenneth Petty GOING TO JAIL ??? [ARREST WARRANT'S ISSUED]

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BossFM Digital
2 Views · 9 months ago

Hey My Little Truffles it's Your Girl Kylia Black
My Channel is a Safe place to EXPOSE & Give SASSY COMMENTARY On what's going on in the Pop Culture World in a Lively Bold Speculative And Optionative Manner.
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BossFM Digital
0 Views · 9 months ago

Nicki Manaj Swatting Suspect Revealed Warrant for arrest

Nicki Minaj is declaring victory after falling victim to a swatting prank ... cops have an arrest warrant out for the suspect allegedly behind the calls

The rapper went on social media Wednesday and called out a woman named Stephanie Bell, who Nicki is accusing of making swatting calls to her San Fernando Valley home.

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NoirTube Music
13 Views · 9 months ago

Billboard's Jordyn Rolling sat down with GRAMMY-winner artist Usher to chat about his collaboration with Remy Martin, his Las Vegas residency and more.

NoirTube Entertainment
1 Views · 9 months ago

“Party Girls” feat. Buju Banton available 5/10:

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Production Company: Black Dog Films
Director: Meji Alabi
Executive Producer: Jeff Pantaleo
Executive Producer: Molly Bohas
Director's Rep: Hart Represents
Producer: Javier Alejandro
Jamaican Line Producer: Carleene Samuels
1st AD: Jay Will
DP: Nikita Kuzmenko
Editor: Vinnie Hobbs
Colorist: Dave Hussey
VFX: Max Colt
Victoria Monét Hair: Dhairius + Davontae Washington
Victoria Monét MUA: Angie Mar
Victoria Monét Styling: Kollin Carter
Styling Assistant: James Carroll
Dancer Styling: Star Burleigh
Management: Rachelle Jean-Louis
Producer: Camille Yorrick of RCA Records
Creative Director: Paradhime
Art Director: Jess Severn
Choreographer: Sean Bankhead
Ahsia Pettigrew
Natalie Bebko
Briana Morrison
Rebecca Rosie
Jared Beadle-Allen
Shaquan Reed
Kebahb Glanville
Antwon Collier
Devyck Bull

(Been a long time and now mi say this a big tune in all di world)
No more backs on the wall
Come pull me close to you
Rock me deep into the morning
Cause by sunrise I’ll be gone
I wanna be leaving with someone
I’m here for a good time and you know we both want it

And plus I like to sightsee and if you invite me I’ll very likely
Pull up where you at
You got the right fee or if you entice me end of the night might
Sit this on your lap
Staring at me too long might get you in trouble
I’m hypnotizing, I’m just talking facts
Nightly you’ll sight me anywhere you might be

Can’t forget about the Party Girls out lighting up the world
Let’s hear it for the Party Girls out lighting up the world

(Now from this tune come on me want everybody in the dancehall right now today
Lighters in the sky
If you’re with your lover if you’re with your girl if you’re with your brother if you’re with your sista

Got to get the feeling and the mood right
Want to know what a true Jamaican night life is like
Alright, work hard play hard don’t need no sponsor
Life of the party girl you’re sweet like sugar
Put the S in sexy girl i love that figure
When you whine and go down come up and bend over
True the party can’t start til’ you deh bout ya (the party can’t start till you get here)
Sexy up jacuzzi pool side and sauna So who make the party start get it hot like fire
Who makes the rude boys spend a lot of dollars
Girl pretty in their face they look fine and proper
Dress to impress and every man admire
No low vibes let us lift this higher
Burn down the whole club and set the roof on fire

Can’t forget about the Party Girls out lighting up the world
Let’s hear it for the Party Girls out lighting up the world

(Big up to the one Victoria Monét)

All the party girls all over the world
American girls London girls African girls island girls Asian girls
To the party girls (to the party girls)
All around the world (all around the world)
That like to twerk
I like the girls who like to party
I like the girls with the body (we like the girls who like to party)
I like the girls who like to party
I like the girls with the body
(we like the girls who like to party)

#VictoriaMonet #PartyGirls #BujuBanton

NoirTube Entertainment
3 Views · 9 months ago

Listen to "On My Mama" Here:

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Director: child.
Production Co.: 44 Content
Executive Producers: Missy Galanida, Isaac Rice, Andrea Saavedra
Producers: Missy Galanida, Andrea Saavedra
Production Managers: Natasha Pierson, Kelo Thompson
Production Coordinator: Cariella Smith
1st AD: George Harkness
2nd AD: Arielle Zolezzi
2nd 2nd AD: Jasmine Claypool

DP: Jon Chema
1st AC: Joseph Soria
2nd AC: Harry Heng
Camera Operator: Nick Muller
DIT: Kyle Hoekstra
Crane Operator: Bogdan Iofciulescu
Crane Tech: Jeff Wessels
Matrix Tech: Simon Shin
Key Grip : Marlow Nunez
Best Boy Grip: Paul Reynoso
Dolly Grip: Taylor Casebeer
Grip: JQ Silva
Grip Driver: Abel Soto
Gaffer/CLT: Marlon O’Brien
ACLT: Alice Becerra

SLT/Driver: Raul Morales
SLT: Mike Duong
SLT: Mike Viera
SLT: Dan Eckert
Programmer: Harry Schroeder
LCP/Board Op: Tyler Sanderson
Board Operator: Harry Schroeder

Production Designer: Tyler Evans
Art Director: Brendan Sheley
Set Dresser: Theo Cohn
Set Dresser: Corey Glenn
Art Coordinator: Ciara Flynn

Cast Stylist: Rasheeda Ameera
Cast Hair/Make-Up: Julie Dinh
Cast Hair Assistant: Jessica-Amber Pineda
Cast Wardrobe: Aunna
Dancer Make-Up: Vicky G.
Dancer Styling: Damien Lloyd

Artist Make-Up: Angie Mar
Artist Hair: Tokyo Stylez
Artist Styling: Kollin Carter
Styling Assistant: Francesleslia Millien
Styling Assistant: Juan Ortiz
Styling Assistant: Jesstia Usher
Artist Nails: Ween
Artist Management: Rachelle Jean-Louis
Creative Director: paradhime

Choreographer: Sean Bankhead
Choreographer Assistant/Dancer: Ahsia Pettigrew
Dancer: Luz Remigio-Frias
Dancer: Briana Morrison
Dancer: Tacir Roberson
Dancer: Shaq Reed
Dancer: Jasmine ‘JB’ Badie
Dancer: J Blaze
Dancer: Lyle Beniga
Dancer: Dario Boatner

Buff Man: Tyrone W
Buff Man: Therin M
Buff Man: Corey R
Buff Man: Quincy J
Horn Player: Jarmal T
Horn Player: Carter S
Horn Player: Jamil A
Vixen: Daesha J
Vixen: Derri A
Vixen: Destinee
Kid: Blaze M
Kid: Nasya N

BTS: Carlos Dupouy
Editor: Vinnie Hobbs
Colorist: Joseph Bicknell @ Company 3
VFX: Chroma VFX
VFX Creative Director: Warren Paleos
VFX Executive Producer: Andy Hamill
VFX Managing Director: Lexi Jarman
Lead Flame: Mikey Smith
Senior Flame: Marcus Wood
Design Lead: Nate Soto

RCA Commissioner: Camille Yorrick
Label: RCA Records

Moho Driver: Christina C. Lewis
PA - Jose Chavez
PA: Anthony Vega
PA: Jack Galanida
PA: Suren Arakelyan
Set PA: Malachi Barnes
Pass Van PA: Vanessa Gonzalez
Truck PA: McKay LeDuke
Truck PA: Preston


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NoirTube Entertainment
5 Views · 9 months ago March 1, 2023 - Usher roller skated while performing his hits "Don't Waste My Time" and “Good Love” at his Las Vegas residency, My Way, at Dolby Live at Park MGM. Get the latest concert tour news, tour dates, information, reviews, videos, and more at

NoirTube Entertainment
4 Views · 9 months ago

Usher My Way Show
at PARK MGM in Dolby Live
July - October Residency 2022
Las Vegas

July 20, 2022 Wednesday show

This video has clips of most of the songs Usher performed. Preview his show! It was an AWESOME show! Must see!
I paid $155 per ticket, Section 406, Row F. Located higher up but still great view seats to sit in and see everything….as you can see from the video. Walked up to the third level of the Dolby theater. Show start time 9pm. Actual start time was 9:30pm by the time Usher came on stage. Show ended about 11:08pm.
It was a spectacular performance the entire hour and a half!

Dolby Live. Dolby surround sound arena. Any seat is great!
5200-seat theater at the Park MGM host big-name musical acts.
Park MGM is a separate place from MGM Casino. Its located next door to T-Mobile Stadium.

3770 S Las Vegas Blvd.
Las Vegas, NV 89109

NoirTube Entertainment
1 Views · 9 months ago

Grammy winner Usher is giving fans a one-of-a-kind theatrical experience during his Las Vegas residency. Now he's giving TODAY a behind-the-scenes tour of the show.

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NoirTube Entertainment
3 Views · 9 months ago


Here's links to my other Usher Live videos!

Usher- Confessions Live 3/8/23

Usher- There goes my Baby, funny moment with couple and usher 3/8/23

Usher- You Don't Have to Call Live 6/20/23

Usher- Superstar Live Las Vegas 6/20/23

NoirTube Music
5 Views · 9 months ago

Keke Palmer’s partner, Darius Jackson, wasn’t a fan of her outfit at the Usher concert in Las Vegas and shamed her online, tweeting, ‘It’s the outfit tho… you a mom.’ The two welcomed their first child together, a son named Leodis, in February.

NoirTube Music
5 Views · 9 months ago

Usher was in town recently to officially launch the 2023 Usher’s New Look Disruptivator
Summit: Be Your Own Super Hero, the largest youth conference in the Southeast with over 300 high school students
from coast to coast. The Summit was preceded by an invitation-only Usher Experience at Nobu Hotel Atlanta’s stunning Nobu Villa and Rooftop Terrace.

The $2,500 per-person Usher Experience raised more than $75,000 to benefit UNL’s programs designed to provide critical resources for youth disproportionately affected by poverty and educational inequality. Co-hosted by UNL President and CEO Careshia Moore, the event drew an array of distinguished guests including the UNL Board, private donors, sponsors and select media who enjoyed cocktails courtesy of Rémy Martin, exquisite light bites and stunning views.

Usher was back on the scene the next day on the campus of Georgia State University for Day One of the two-day Disruptivator Summit. Students were treated to a rousing pep talk by Usher and a performance by the Atlanta Drum Academy. The UNL Disruptivator Summit featured two days of sessions including mentorship, financial literacy, health and wellness workshops and excursions to corporate headquarters and local businesses.

Usher’s New Look was founded by Usher in 1999 to give young people a “New Look” on life and to help them find their “spark.” Since then, UNL has helped transform the lives of more than 55,000 young people around the world.

NoirTube Entertainment
6 Views · 11 months ago

NPR Music is celebrating Black Music Month with an array of brand new Tiny Desk concerts. Together, these artists represent the past, present and future of Black music. This month of carefully curated shows is a celebration of Black artists expressing themselves in ways we've never seen before, and of the Tiny Desk's unique way of showcasing that talent.

Bobby Carter | June 30, 2023
"WTF is a Tiny Desk and no!" are the words that led to one of the most publicized journeys any musician has taken to get to NPR headquarters. That was Juvenile's response to Twitter user @theylovemyke's request for him to play a Tiny Desk concert back in April. His response ignited Black Twitter, launching a barrage of tweets and reposts of favorite performances at the Desk, as fans implored the "T.C. soldier" to reconsider. His viral reconsideration led to a few DMs, which led to a few phone calls, and the date was set. Juve, like some rappers in his class, had never heard of our little nook in Washington, D.C., but he soon found out.

The pressure to deliver was palpable in the planning stages but as the band was assembled, my expectations were exceeded. Tiny Desk alumni and New Orleans natives Trombone Shorty and Alvin Ford were brought into the fold. Another Tiny Desk vet from New Orleans, Jon Batiste, flew in from London just to be a part of the set. Juvenile sourced The Amours from right here in D.C. to handle background vocals, along with string players from the Louisiana Philharmonic for the grand finale. The architect of the Juvenile/Cash Money Records sound, DJ Mannie Fresh, became the glue that pieced it all together. The result was one of the most rambunctious experiences at the Desk. The Hot Boy coasted through highlights from a decades-long, groundbreaking career, concluding with a performance of "Back That Azz Up," so exuberant that the audience demanded an encore and the band obliged. A Tiny Desk first.

"Intro (feat. Mannie Fresh)"
"400 Degreez (feat. Mannie Fresh)"
"Bling Bling (feat. Mannie Fresh)"
"Set It Off"
"Slow Motion"
"Rodeo (feat. The Amours)"
"I Need A Hot Girl (feat. Mannie Fresh)"
"Project Bitch (feat. Mannie Fresh)"
"Back That Azz Up (feat. Mannie Fresh)"

Juvenile: vocals
Mannie Fresh: vocals, effects, keys
Alvin Ford: music director/drums
Josh Connelly: guitar
DJ Raymond: bass
Brandon Butler: keys
BK Jackson: saxophone
Trombone Shorty: trombone
Kevin Woods: trumpet
Jon Batiste: melodica
Jakiya Ayanna: vocals
Shaina Aisha: vocals
Hannah Yim: violin
Jake Fowler: cello

Producer: Bobby Carter
Director/Editor: Joshua Bryant
Audio Engineer: Josh Rogosin
Creative Director: Bob Boilen
Videographers: Joshua Bryant, Kara Frame, Maia Stern, Sofia Seidel, Michael Zamora
Audio Assistant: Kwesi Lee
Production Assistant: Ashley Pointer
Tiny Desk Team: Suraya Mohamed, Hazel Cills
Photographer: Catie Dull
VP, Visuals and Music: Keith Jenkins
Senior VP, Programming: Anya Grundmann

#tinydesk #bmmxtdc #juvenile

NoirTube Music
9 Views · 11 months ago

This performance was recorded on Feb. 12, 2020. We will continue releasing Tiny Desk videos of shows that had already been taped. In light of current events, NPR is postponing new live tapings of Tiny Desk Concerts. In the meantime, check out Tiny Desk (home) concerts! They’re recorded by the artists in their home. It’s the same spirit — stripped-down sets, an intimate setting — just a different space.

June 17, 2020 | Abby O'Neill -- On a brisk February morning, Alicia Keys, full of effervescence, entered NPR through the loading dock wearing a canary yellow faux fur coat. During our ride to the fourth floor, she joked about how she hadn't been invited to play at the Tiny Desk. That, of course, wasn't exactly true. We worked on and off for years to make this moment happen, and I can say wholeheartedly that it was worth the wait.

Alicia Keys has an aura that you can sense the second she enters a room, or in my case, an elevator. She radiates compassion and kindness. This spirit is the key to Keys's songwriting, which is rooted in introspection and mindfulness.

As she approached her piano, a bit surprised at the amount of people in the room, she smiled and remarked over her shoulder, "Gee, the Tiny Desk is tiny!" She kicked off the set with an uncanny ode to combat the darkness of this moment in American history: "Show Me Love," a single she released in 2019. No one could have predicted then how much her lyrics and musical healing would be crucial during this emotionally fraught time of unprecedented political and racial unrest, heightened by three months of quarantine due to a global pandemic.

The stand-out moment during her Tiny Desk was the premiere of "Gramercy Park", a song from her upcoming self-titled album, ALICIA, which is set to be released this fall. It's one of those timeless songs that will transcend radio formats and genres, with lyrics that address how utter selflessness and worrying about making everyone happy but yourself can throw your own center askew. The song's spiritual refrain is sure to be a sing-along moment for the rest of Keys's career.

She told the crowd after "Gramercy Park" that she's struggled with appeasing people her whole life, but she's trying harder now to set boundaries. Luckily for the Tiny Desk audience, that resolution didn't pertain to this concert. After wrapping up what was to be a three-song set with her latest single "Underdog," which you may have seen her perform at this year's Grammys, the crowd begged for an encore. After crowdsourcing suggestions, she and her band delivered a riveting rendition of Keys's breakout 2001 single, "Fallin'."

The world, now more than ever, needs more love, reflection and accountability – a mantra that's woven into every fiber of Alicia Keys's being and every lyric of her songs.

"Show Me Love"
"Gramercy Park"

Alicia Keys: vocals, piano; RAII & Whitney: vocals; Ant Parrish: bass; Curt Chambers: guitar; Mike Reid: drums; Omar Edwards: keys.

Producers: Abby O'Neill, Morgan Noelle Smith, Kara Frame; Creative director: Bob Boilen; Audio engineers: Josh Rogosin, Natasha Branch; Videographers: Kara Frame, Maia Stern, Melany Rochester, Shanti Hands; Editor: Maia Stern; Associate Producer: Bobby Carter; Executive producer: Lauren Onkey; VP, programming: Anya Grundmann; Photo: Kisha Ravi/NPR

NoirTube Music
4 Views · 11 months ago

Suraya Mohamed | March 20, 2023

It was a bit of a tight fit, getting the choir, horns and full rhythm section properly situated behind the center nook of the Desk where Tye Tribbett would eventually stand. As the band warmed up, there was concern that his voice might not carry over the fullness of the talented ensemble. During the rehearsal, he stood nearby, directing music cues, occasionally taking a moment to make “grrrr” vocalizations as the band adjusted to bring the loudness down. They quickly found just the right level and when Tribbett moved into place for sound check, his lead vocal both blended into and soared above the magnificence of the band’s high energy praise music.

Even before the production crew pushed their record buttons, an excitement filled the air. As the first song developed, the intensity rose to an even higher level, setting the tone for an emotional, spiritual experience. Musical excellence was abundant as the singers lifted their voices with precise intonation, and Tribbetts’ vigor was infectious. The complex instrumental arrangements included jazzy licks and funky beats that drove spontaneous but smooth transitions in and out of six inspiring songs.

Before the last tune, the encouraging “Be Alright,” Tribbett exclaimed, “There is hope! You’re never hopeless. I know your world gets dark and you feel all by yourself. You think nobody sees you but God sees you and not only does he see you but he’s been with you the whole time.”

“No Way”
“Get Up”
“He Turned It”
“Be Alright”

Tye Tribbett: vocals
Joseph Bethea: keys
Brandon Jones: keys
Thaddaeus Tribbett: bass
George "Spanky" McCurdy: drums
Jabari Johnson: guitar
Kevin Woods: trumpet
Joseph Streater: trumpet
Frank Rein: trombone
Jalisa Faye: vocals
Jewell Jones: vocals
Jocelyn Bowman: vocals
Sharon Ann: vocals
Billy Crayton Jr.: vocals
Brandon Edwards: vocals

Producer: Bobby Carter
Director/Editor: Kara Frame
Audio Engineer: Neil Tevault
Audio Mix: Josh Rogosin
Creative Director: Bob Boilen
Videographers: Kara Frame, Joshua Bryant, Sofia Seidel, Maia Stern
Audio Assistant: Josephine Nyounai
Production Assistants: Jill Britton, Ashley Pointer
Tiny Desk Team: Suraya Mohamed, Marissa Lorusso, Hazel Cills, Pilar Galván
VP, Visuals and Music: Keith Jenkins
Senior VP, Programming: Anya Grundmann

#tinydesk nydesk #nprmusic #tyetribbett

NoirTube Music
10 Views · 11 months ago

NPR Music's Tiny Desk series will celebrate Black History Month by featuring four weeks of Tiny Desk (home) concerts and playlists by Black artists spanning different genres and generations each week. The lineup includes both emerging and established artists who will be performing a Tiny Desk concert for the first time. This celebration highlights the beautiful cornucopia of Black music and our special way of presenting it. We hope you enjoy.

Sidney Madden | February 9, 2021
"Just bear with me while I just enjoy this and soak in it," GIVĒON admits with a laugh. Switching between the demeanors of a seasoned, nonchalant crooner and a giddy-grinned newbie, the fast-rising R&B star makes a point to show his humility during his long-awaited debut at Tiny Desk.

Accompanied by a minimal, masked-up band and only one background vocalist (a fellow Pisces at that), the baby-face baritone fills the set with resonance and light. He radiates gratitude with every note. Against a blue, moody backsplash of projected music video stills, GIVĒON notes the divine timing of this performance. "Any moment to do this would be special," he says between songs, "but I think Black History Month ... just celebrating Black culture for this month, I'm really excited to get to do this on this platform."

Through the throes of the pandemic, GIVĒON has remained remarkably busy. In a span of eight months, the Long Beach, Calif. newcomer has released two solid EPs, the Grammy-nominated Take Time and When It's All Said And Done. (The latter included one of our favorite songs of 2020, "Still Your Best.") For his Tiny Desk (home) concert, he borrows from each project to arrange a tantalizing 14-minute sampler — showing off just enough to get you to do your Googles and discover more.

Much like the moment he's trying to savor, GIVĒON's strength as a singer-songwriter is his ability to make his listener feel suspended in time. As fans quickly discovered on his breakthrough "Chicago Freestyle" feature last year, the peaks and valleys of GIVĒON's tone and the satisfying patterns of his runs don't just serenade; They immerse, they engulf. GIVĒON's star rising during a time of such sustained uncertainty is no accident, either. Between vulnerable storytelling and clear vocals, GIVĒON's work provides so many with what they're craving right now: intimacy and consistency.

"Stuck On You"

GIVĒON: vocals
Deondre Ellis: keys
Ivan Chatman: bass
Andre Montgomery: drums
James Murray: guitar
RaVaughn Brown: vocals

Video: Jan Lim, Mitchell Schultz, Will Houlihan
Producer: Zack Warren
Director: Eric Longden
Audio: Jeremy Gray, Reggie Jones, Al Richardson

Producer: Bobby Carter
Video Producer: Maia Stern
Audio Mastering: Josh Rogosin
Art Director: CJ Riculan
Tiny Production Team: Bob Boilen, Kara Frame, Morgan Noelle Smith
Executive Producer: Lauren Onkey
Senior VP, Programming: Anya Grundmann

NoirTube Music
9 Views · 11 months ago

NPR Music's Tiny Desk series will celebrate Black History Month with Tiny Desk (home) concerts featuring legends in the world of R&B, jazz, gospel, and hip-hop. Each artist in this legacy lineup has helped to define Black music as we know it and will be performing a Tiny Desk concert for the first time.

Mitra I. Arthur | February 25, 2022
During a moment of testimony in her Tiny Desk (home) Concert, Pastor Shirley Caesar declares, "I'm beginning to feel something moving on the inside." It is impossible to witness a performance from the "First Lady of Gospel Music" and there not be a moment where the spirit moves her to dance, punctuated — in true gospel fashion — by a band led by her longtime organist and music director, Michael Mathis.

As one of the most iconic figures in traditional gospel music, Pastor Shirley Caesar has amassed 18 Dove Awards, 14 Stellar Awards, 11 Grammys in addition to a Lifetime Achievement Award, and an induction into the Gospel Music Hall of Fame. During her seven decades-long career, she has collaborated with fellow traditional gospel figures including Inez Andrews, Dorothy Norwood, Dottie Peoples, Milton Brunson, and her mentor Albertina Walker, as well as contemporary artists such as Kirk Franklin, Whitney Houston, Patti LaBelle, Anthony Hamilton, J. Moss and Tye Tribbett.

Pastor Caesar recently became familiar to those outside of the gospel sphere when an excerpt of her song "Hold My Mule" went viral in 2016, shooting the song to the top of Billboard's Hot Gospel Songs chart. For those hoping to hear "I got beans, greens, potatoes, tomatoes..." be sure to stick around to the very end of this Tiny Desk — Pastor Caesar has a treat for you.

With a vast discography, this set offers just a brief sampling of Pastor Caesar's music ministry, including 2016's "It's Alright, It's Ok," the 1989 classic "I Remember Mama," the charged "Armor of God" and "Take Your Knee Off My Neck," Pastor Caesar's response to the death of George Floyd at the hands of a Minneapolis police officer.

"It's Alright, It's Ok"
"I Remember Mama"
"Armor Of God"
"Take Your Knee Off My Neck"

Shirley Caesar: vocals
Michael Mathis: musical director, organ
Criss Johnson: guitar
Willie Riddick: bass
Aaron Meadows: drums
Ryan McCorkle: keys
Lisa Powell: vocals
Donald Gore: vocals
Avery Evans: vocals

Producers: Michael Mathis, Jonathan Anderson
Video Production: Benton L. Aladdin for TAG Studios
Camera Operators: Horace Hall, Nyla Carter, Rayshon DeLoach
Audio Engineers: Emmanuel Aluko, Reprondre DeLoach
Production Assistants: Quaford Coleman, Cherie Clinton
Executive Producers: Shirley Caesar, Carolyn Sanders

Producer: Bobby Carter
Video Producer: Joshua Bryant
Audio Mastering: Josh Rogosin
Tiny Production Team: Bob Boilen, Bobby Carter, Kara Frame, Maia Stern, Ashley Pointer
Executive Producer: Keith Jenkins
Senior VP, Programming: Anya Grundmann

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