He calls out Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, then makes a case for himself to be president.
Jonathan Nelson talked to guest-host Maurette Brown-Clark about who he is and his amazing latest project, ” “. He talks about being a preacher’s kid and a worship leader. He talks about when he and his twin brother James Nelson will finally get together and collaborate on some music, and GRIFF suggests a name for […]
Journalist Ed Gordon chatted with Erica Campbell and GRIFF about why he’s been seemingly absent from television for a while, and the exciting journalistic adventure he’s about to embark on. He also talks about the premiere of “Ed Gordon,” his new hour-long TV show on BounceTV. He opens up about his first episode, in which […]
Gospel duo 21:03, made up of Evin Martin & Torrence Greene, chat with Erica Campbell and GRIFF about their brand new EP, “Momentum,” which is their first cross into a new, Christian rap sound. They also explain the idea behind their new single, “God Is The Plug,” and the double-meaning that lies behind “21:03” as their name. […]
Charles Jenkins was hanging out with Erica Campbell and GRIFF live at their broadcast in Florida! He talks about his new album, “Think About These Things,” and why he’s saying that all of his new music is “all positive air.” He says, “they got me learning dance routines,” talking being in the whirlwind of the release […]
Fred Hammond was hanging out in-studio with Erica Campbell and GRIFF! He reminisces about his long friendship with Erica, and his journey as a gospel singer. He also reveals that he enjoys listening to Commissioned albums, and he describes the feeling it brings up to revisit some of the powerful work the gospel group created […]
We hopped on the phone with Cannon to talk about race in America, putting Jay Z and Beyoncé on blast, the current state of affairs with his ex-wife — and finally got an answer about the deal with his beloved turbans.
“I wasn’t afraid,” she says. “I felt disgust at what is being done across the country. At the fact that it’s come this far that we have to take to the streets in protest to demand our safety.”
Ellen DeGeneres is back as Dory, a blue tang fish who suffers from short-term memory loss. This time around, our favorite forgetful fish remembers something about her family and goes on a journey to find her parents in Finding Dory.
The famed producer/actor also offered some wise words about self-proclaimed vigilante George Zimmerman selling the gun he used to kill Trayvon Martin.