B-U to Headline at the 2010 Rhythm of Gospel Awards


December 1, 2009

B-U will headline at the 2010 Rhythm of Gospel Awards

RALEIGH, NC: B-U, the high energy gospel rap/holy hip hop husband and wife duo from Raleigh, NC will be headliners for the National and Independent Gospel Music Association’s 2010 Rhythm of Gospel Awards, which will take place Saturday, July 24, 2010 at the Canon Center in Memphis, TN. They will be featured along with other independent gospel artist from the NC area such as C.O.G. Child of God, and Michael Boykin & the Mighty Voices.

B-U is also looking for bring back some special item(s) as their summer 2010 release project, Tell Me the Truth, has already receive recognition in the form of (3) Rhythm of Gospel Awards nominations in the categories: Holy Hip Hop Song of the Year (for Righteous Know Why), Holy Hip Hop Group of the Year and Rhythm of Gospel Video of the Year (for Come On).

They are no strangers to this event, in 2008 B-U received (2) Rhythm of Gospel Award nominations.

“All glory goes to Jesus! It is indeed a pleasure and honor to be nominated again. We are excited about what Jesus is doing with our music and our ministry. We are humbled by the many signs and wonders that Jesus shows us daily and we shall continue to press towards the mark because the prize is waiting as promised and we know that Jesus is not slack concerning His promises. We thank the staff at B-U Entertainment for all the hard work put in so far. We thank our families who support us and love us unconditionally. We thank our supporters and those who intercede for us around the globe, please don’t stop. We thank our pastor Bishop Darnell Dixon and Lady Sherryl Dixon for teaching us the rich Word of God. Bible Way Temple, thank you for your love, support and prayers. Thank you Mark and the Rhythm of Gospel Awards staff for this opportunity.”

To vote for B-U go to www.rhythmofgospel.com/voting.html. Voting is open to the public.

The Rhythm of Gospel Awards is an event designed to be an evening of entertainment and recognition, hosted by The National & Independent Gospel Music Association but produced by founder and executive director Mr. Mark Rogers and co-produced by Trenton Ware and Maurice Cheairs.

This televised award show recognizes outstanding churches/pastors, choirs and independent gospel music artist of all genres, for their outstanding contributions towards the betterment and advancement of their communities.
The Rhythm of Gospel Awards Show offers a platform for “Independent Gospel Artist” and gives them the opportunity to network formally while congratulating trailblazers of various sectors in all communities in a positive collaboration towards bringing all ethnicities together. The festivities hosted at the Rhythm of Gospel Awards Show will feature over 100 different local, regional and national music acts from Alternative Christian rock, southern gospel, traditional, contemporary, gospel hip hop, urban, folk to cool jazz and hot tejano rhythms.

For more information on B-U, link up with them online on Facebook (www.facebook.com/the.real.bu), Myspace (www.myspace.com/bu01) and Twitter (www.twitter.com/the_real_bu). To book B-U, call (919) 274-0272 or email BUentertainment01@gmail.com.

Contact: Steven Mitchell
Phone: 919-274-0272
Email: BUentertainment01@gmail.com


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Comment by S. Bernard Mitchell on December 2, 2009 at 9:30am
Grace and peace Pastor Sibley,

David in the book of Psalms writes, "Make a "joyful" noise unto the Lord, all ye lands." You may not agree with the way we show Jesus adulation, but if you listen to the message in the music and not the instrumental you will see that we offer Jesus. So what is so different or terrible about teaching Jesus through this genre of music. He created everything but man tants it. All what He created is good. So please help me to understand what you are saying God has revealed to you? I have relationship with Jesus so how is it that He didnt tell me that our methods are wrong? Please share...

I understand what Minister Craig is saying and we don't see ourselves as artist, but music ministers. What man don't understand he seeks to destroy. So before you go with other's opinions and others views, use the discernment that has been gifted and see the fruits that come from the labor. We are know by the fruit that we bear not the instrumentals we speak the word of life on. Please do give feedback.

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