As is customary, we recap the previous year of gospel music with our guest host Janeel Boon, Producer and Host of The Evening Connection on Dominion Radio, St. Kitts and Nevis. We look at the top acts in Caribbean and US gospel music. Plus, we feature new music from Jaron Nurse and Nathanael from Trinidad and Tobago and Hayden Billingy from St. Vincent and the Grenadines.
2021 is the year for champions. This edition of the show is designed to motivate persons who went through a tough year in 2020 to greatness in 2021. Hear songs from T Haddy, Andy Mineo, Neesha Woodz, Bizzle, Samuel Medas, Blessed Messenger and more all geared to inspire listeners to unearth the inner champion.
In this week's show, we look back at the G Vybes Glow Party in St. Kitts and Nevis, presneting highlights of the concert. You'll hear from artists: Axia Nation, host band Tehillah, Ali Dee from Nevis, G Band, Minister Taf, Rizon and M 1.
It's throwback week this week on The JIFE Music Show. We go back some 22 years ago and feature some groundbreaking songs in Reggae Gospel and Hip Hop and some Christmas songs to get the ball rolling as we enter the Christmas season.
All female Gospel Band Axia Nation is our Artiste of the Week. We speak to them about their origins and the challenges of being an all-female band. Plus, we feature new music from Positive from his new album Heartwired and a new track from Minister Taf.
Tehiilah Band in St. Kitts is hosting a gospel concert on November 27, which is a welcome development since the COVID-19 Pandemic. We speak to co-organizer Jermaine Willock about the headline acts which include Rizon from Trinidad and Tobago, Minister Taf from the UK, Ali Dee from Nevis and many others. Plus, we feature some of the finest Soca Gospel music from Neesha Woodz, Joshua Ali and Marc Isaac.
After years in the music business, Jamaica gospel artist Rohan Clarke is about to take his music to another level. We speak to him about his newest singles: Blessings Over Me and God Is Enough and how life in America differs to that in Jamaica as a gospel artist. Plus we feature a new track from Christafari and taste of Hip Hop and Soca.
Our focus this week is on the 2020 Antigua and Barbuda Gospel Music and Media Awards. It's a virtual event this year and we spoke to event organiser Stanshaw Cornelius for the details. Plus, we have new music from Rohan Clarke and a powerful testimony from Canton Jones in Soulfood.
We have the pleasure of featuring Sean Grant (aka Seantana) of Christian Hip Hop Media Company Trackstarz in Atlanta as our guest this week on The JIFE Music Show. He talks about the early days of Trackstarz, the challenges in getting their radio show on secular radio stations and why they started the controversial segment Line 4 Line. Plus, we have new music from Sarid DVN and De Warrior and more selections from Lecrae and Phenom the 1st.
The first Haitian artist to be featured on The JIFE Music Show: Summer Lyan is our guest this week. He speaks about his upcoming single and EP and how he got involved in music. This week we also feature new music from DJ Nicholas and Antigua Hip Hop artist Phenom The First.
No interviews this week but some new music and a hip hop and reggae throwback. Hear new music from Samuel Medas, Nigel Lopez and Farenite and throwbacks from legends Change, Blood Brotherz and Freedom of Soul.
Host of The JIFE Music Show Andre Huie is in the hot seat this week as he is being interviewed by BICM Radio in New York about his love for music. In this edition, also we hear a mixture of Hip Hop, Caribbean and Reggae Gospel at its finest.
In this edition we speak to Nehemiah, an artist from Guyana and protege of Shawn English. He speaks about his humble beginnings in the music world and his debut single: God's Mercies Kept Me." Plus we feature a slew of hip hop tracks including a remix of a track featuring reggae sensation Shaggy.
It's been a while since we heard from Shawn English from Guyana. He joins us to talk about his latest single "Public Service Announcement" and the new direction of his music career. This week, we also feature strictly hip hop music, including new songs from Lecrae as he prepares to release his latest album: Restoration.
You heard his hit single with Chosen Da Journey and his cutting edge dancehall gospel track "Good To Me" and "Purpose." Now hear the man live and lively: Sone, a dynamic reggae gospel artist from Jamaica who is based in Florida. We talk to him about his early beginnings and where he is heading with his music. Also, on this episode we feature music from Di Anointed Vale, Allan Petty and new tracks from Trinidadian artist Rizon.
Petite but powerful--Jamaican gospel artist Flavia Beswick joins us this week to talk about her fledgling career, how she manages being a singer and a music teacher and the experience of recording with John Mark Wiggan on the hit single Something Good. We also debut new music from Di Anointed Vale, Khapaible and Rina St. Rose.
Nigel Lopez is one of the top gospel artists and producers in Trinidad and Tobago. We spoke to him about his music career, how he balances managing his label Sincerity Studios and being an artist at the same time and his experience being one of the few members of his family who is a Christian. We also feature new music from Sincerity Studios, Sarid DVN and De Warrior.
We talk to Isaiah Raymond, the founder of the legendary UK Gospel Group Raymond and Co about the origins of the group and what he and the members are doing now. On this episode we also feature the finest R&B gospel songs and Hip Hop.
Florida-based Reggae Gospel artist Jesus Rambo tells his story of how God changed his life just as he was about to kill someone who betrayed him. Plus we hear new music from Farenite and one of a kind soca gospel mix.
Beezie, a Christian Hop Hop artist in Chicago shares his experience protesting in the streets for social and racial justice. He also speaks about what it is like suffering police brutality and how Christ saved him from a life of crime. Plus, we have new music from Lecrae and a fantastic reggae gospel mix.
In light of the recent protests in the US and across the world for racial equality, we decided to dedicate the entire show to the fight for social and racial justice. We hear from Hip Hop artists Lecrae, Sho Baraka and Bizzle and Reggae Gospel artists Prodigal Son from Jamaica with songs that hit hard against injustice.
We review the world of contemporary Gospel music in the Caribbean and internationally with radio host Janeel Boon of Dominion Radio in St. Kitts and Nevis. Plus we feature new music on the newly released Antidote Riddim featuring artists like David Matas, Shawn English, Mervin Budram and others.
In this edition, we feature new music from D Furnace and the hot new single from Wayne Stoddart and Minister Marion Hall (formerly Lady Saw). Plus we play new hip hop tracks from Bizzle and Reach Records artists Wande and Gawvi.
Even though he is a Christian, he considers himself a Reggae artist instead of a Gospel Artist. We ask him why in this episode of The JIFE Music Show. Plus, he shares how he finds unique success as an artist affording him the opportunity to perform in countries like Israel with a fan base in Dubai, Germany and Tanzania among others. We also feature new music from Sone, Da Journey and D Flaveny among others.
COVID-19 may affect the way we celebrate Easter and commemorate the resurrection of Jesus Christ, but it cannot stop us from praising and worshiping the true and living God. This episode is a music edition that provides music of praise and worship in Hip Hop, Reggae and Soca styles and an encouraging word in Soulfood.
At a time when people are losing hope in the midst of the COVID-19 Pandemic, we at JIFE Music have decided to do a special broadcast of the show this week. On this edition, we hear from artists, producers and media personalities offering words of hope and encouragement. We also feature music from Sarid DVN, DJ Nicholas and more.
The 2020 edition of the Antigua and Barbuda Gospel Music Awards is coming up. We talked to Stanshaw Cornelius, visionary of the event about the plans for this year's event. Plus, we talk Corona Virus in Soulfood and great music from DJ Nicholas, Soné and more.
We first interviewed him in 2018. Two years later, Mervin Budram's life has been totally transformed as God has him on a new path with his ministry. He shares that vision, talks about his new single and how his daughter's ailment has given him renewed focus. Also on this show, we take the praises higher with a slew of Soca Gospel hits from artists from Trinidad and Tobago and Barbados.
The artist previously known as Young Phenom, is now branded Phenom The First. The Antiguan Hip Hop artist talks about the new thrust of his life and music including his latest single In The Scope. We also feature a brand new Afro Beat Soca Riddim with African artists and a new Dancehall track from Di Anointed Vale.
The Jesus Party Boat Ride is a big thing in the British Virgin Islands. The organisers, The God Movement, were guests no this week's show as they visited St. Kitts to promote the event. It's also new music week, as we feature strictly new tracks from some of the Caribbean's finest gospel artists.
Minister Taf from the UK is our featured artiste this week. He speaks about his origins, how he moved from Jamaica to the UK and the state of Reggae Gospel in Europe. Also on this edition, we go way back with some great hits including from Chevelle Franklyn and Prodigal Son.
The JIFE Music Show this week stopped off at the Best In Christian Music (BICM) Radio in Queens, New York. Host Andre Huie was on the ones and twos and took time out to interview owner of the station Bro. Ambrose live in studio.
He is a fashion designer, artist, artist manager and environmentalist. He is Hayden Billingy from St. Vincent and the Grenadines and he is our artist of the week. We also have a soca mix featuring the Pump Riddim, with a slew of gospel artists.
DAJ is now in France. He stops by on the show to talk about his two new singles, one featuring dancehall artist Agent Sasco and what he plans for his new album Invisible. Plus, in Soulfood, we talk about the rare act of forgiveness displayed by the brother of murdered St. Lucian Botham Jean. We also have great music from some fantatic artists.
We look back at iconic interviews of three artists that were featured on past episodes of the show. Plus, we have music from The Cross Movement, Minister Taf, God Over Money Records and the 116 Clique.
Antiguan Soca Gospel artist Naycha K.I.D. made it to the finals of the Soca Monarch in the Antiguan Carnival this year. Hear why he entered that secular arena and the response from the nation including the church. Plus hear new music from DJ Nicholas and hot summer hip hop tracks from Reach Records.
Are gospel artists today compromising their message in the name of being relevant? Hear what Jamaican Gospel artist Oneil Campbell had to say on the issue including what motivates him to sing gospel music. Plus hear music from 1k Phew, Bizzle and Di Anointed Vale and more. Are gospel artists today compromising their message in the name of being relevant? Hear what Jamaican Gospel artist Oneil Campbell had to say on the issue including what motivates him to sing gospel music. Plus hear music from 1k Phew, Bizzle and Di Anointed Vale and more
It's new music week on The JIFE Music Show. On this episode we feature new music from Nigel Lopez, Di Anointed Vale and Soné among others. Plus, we feature some of the best interviews we had on the show since the start of 2019.
Trinidad and Tobago Gospel Soca Legend Jadee speaks with us about his journey from a secular artists to becoming one of the legendary Soca Gospel artists today. Hear his views on whether or not gospel artists should have their music featured on secular radio stations and the challenges he faced in the early days of his gospel career. Plus we have another new track from DJ Nicholas and a single from new female Christian Hip Hop artist signed to God Over Money Records.
One of the top reggae gospel artists today, DJ Nicholas speaks to us about his career over the last 20 years and what we can expect from him in the near future. He has some interesting remarks about how unsaved persons in Jamaica view reggae gospel and about his two new singles. We also feature new music from DAJ ad Curtis Jordan and a big song from rapper Bizzle's latest album.
What does a pretty face girl has doing Dancehall gospel music? Well hear Kary Diamond speak about how she reacts top such assessment of her as an artist in this exclusive interview in our Artist of the Week section. Plus hear music from Bizzle, 1K Phew, Samuel Medas, Oneyke Huggins and more.
We chat with Trinidad and Tobago gospel artist Michael Raymond about his new singles and his origins in gospel music. Plus we feature a special edition of Soul Food, which is an excerpt from Trackstarz on the Joyner Lucas Devil's Work song and the response from gospel rapper Bizzle.
We speak to Wayne Stoddart, one of the forerunners of reggae gospel music about his new direction in doing more than just reggae gospel. He is even releasing a new style of reggae music: country reggae. Plus hear music from Chevelle Franklyn, Di Anointed Vale, Samuel Medas and more.
New York gospel artist Jay Jay speaks to host Andre Huie on his fledgling music career and why he decided to move from being just a producer to a gospel artist. Plus hear new music from Hip Hop artist Bizzle in response to the secular track Devil's Work from Joyner Lucas and other artists.
All is set for the 5th annual 2019 Antigua and Barbuda Gospel Music and Media Awards in Antigua. We speak to Stanshaw Cornelius to get the details one week ahead of the event. Plus we got a song from hip hop artist Wande, the first female rapper signed by Reach Records and much more music.
In this interview, we hear from Stanshaw Cornelius, CEO of So Arise Music International as she speaks about the upcoming 5th annual Antigua and Barbuda Gospel Music and Media Awards. She announces an after party featuring acclaimed American neo soul gospel artist Sean C. Johnson and the premier new venue of this year's awards.
Antiguan gospel artist John Mark Wiggan speaks about his new single Something Good and how that song came together. Plus we talk about his origins in gospel music and how studying in Jamaica is shaping his musical influences.
Now with his own record label and production company Di Anointed Vale talks about life after being on the JIFE Music Record label and his plans for his upcoming sophomore album The Collab. Plus we feature some dancehall and reggae gospel from RB Records in Jamaica and a brand new reggae track from St. Lucian gospel artist Emrand Henry.
This Jamaican-born Antigua gospel artists is breaking new grounds with his latest single Something Good. He speaks to us about his journey in gospel music and the fact that fans can expect great things in the not too distant future. In this edition we also hear new music from Bawnagen from Jamaica and some Caribbean-infused hip hop music.
Janeel Boon, host of Evening Connection on Dominion Radio in St. Kitts stops by to talk about how Caribbean Gospel Music fared in 2018. He also gives his outlook for 2019. Also, in this edition, we hear new music from Samuel Medas, D Furnace and Marc Isaacs and some hot Hip Hop and dancehall tracks.
We put the spotlight on the 5th annual Antigua and Barbuda Gospel Music and Media Awards (ABGMA) 2019. We speak to Stanshaw Cornelius, CEO of So Arise Music International, organisers of the ABGMA about the origins and what persons can expect this year. By the way, The JIFE Music Show has once again been nominated in the Best Radio Show category, having won that category last year. Plus we feature new music from John Mark Wiggan, Di Anointed Vale and Christian Rapper Bizzle and a whole lot more. Tune in.
Our artist of the week is Jae Jones from Jamaica. He speaks about the state of the Reggae Gospel fraternity in Jamaica and plans to launch a new EP this year. On this episode we also feature new music from Emrand Henry from St. Lucia and Rizon from Trinidad and Tobago.
In this episode, we speak to Shanissa Grant, a Jamaican worship singer about her new single and a youth conference she organises each year. Plus we feature new music from Emrand Henry and some hip hop tracks.
This is the 100th Episode of The JIFE Music Show. In this episode we feature shout outs from some of the artists who have been on the show over the past three and a half years. Plus we hear excerpts of some of the iconic interviews done on the show over the years.
One of Trinidad and Tobago's top gospel artist Curtis Jordan rolls out a new Christmas song and says its about bringing back the real meaning of the season in his country. Plus, we hear music from St. Matthew, Chozen from Jamaica and new music from DAJ in this high powered edition of the show.
We speak to St. Lucian gospel artist Emrand Henry who describes his incredible journey to being one of the top gospel artists from the Caribbean. On this edition, we also have a major announcement on JIFE Music as the company takes a different direction.
We interview Bahamian-born US Gospel Artist Daniel Musgrove about his new single with Papa San, his upcoming groundbreaking reggae gospel album and why he turned down a major record deal to start his own record label. We also hear music from Bawnagen, an eclectic JIFE Music mix and new music from St. Matthew.
Elsa President is an artist from St. Croix, USVI. She spoke to us about which Caribbean gospel artist she hopes to collaborate with and how one of her songs was inspired by a friend wanting to commit suicide. Hear songs from artists from Jamaica, Antigua and St. Kitts including a recent live performance from Tehillah, the only band signed to JIFE Music.
A Christian Hip Hop artist from Jamaica Bawnagen speaks to host Andre Huie about why he chose to do rap instead of dancehall and how people have responded to his music back home. Plus, we have a strictly JIFE Music mix this week including new music from D' Furnace.
We caught up with Jamaican Gospel artist SARID DVN (Formerly Survivor The Gifted) as he explains his new name, re-branding efforts and the launch of his record label and clothing line. We also feature some Christian Hip Hop tracks and a JIFE Music mix featuring Di Anointed Vale.
We finally get to feature the label's only band Tehillah. Band leader and JIFE Music Exec. Jermaine Willock speaks about the origins of the band and why some persons in their native St. Kitts criticise their style of soca-gospel music. We also feature D Furnace in the JIFE Music mix and music from Jamaica, Belize, the British Virgin Islands and the US.
This week, we head over to Central America and interview Mervin Budram aka MD, a gospel artist from Belize. He speaks about the gospel music scene in Belize and his weekly podcast that talks about life as a musician. Plus we feature new music from Minister Blessed from Jamaica and a group of young people from St. Kitts.
This week, we feature a reggae gospel music mix from Disciple DJ in Barbados. And we start the show off with a JIFE Music mix featuring a brand new track from Di Anointed Vale featuring Kevin Smith from Jamaica.
JIFE Music artist Di Anointed Vale speaks to us from Atlanta where he is on the Blood A Jesus Tour 2018. Here, he speaks about his new single "No Longer a Slave" his first ever cover song. He also discloses plans for his new album. We also feature music from Rondell Postive, Guyana's Allan Petty, JIFE Music's D' Furnace and more.
This week, we feature gospel artist and minister from Jamaica Devil's Trampler. He speaks about how he manages his music and preaching ministry and what inspired his style of combining old time spiritual with revivalists type music. We also feature music out of Jamaica, Trinidad, St. Kitts and Nevis and Antigua.