This week on the show, we speak with rapper, author, and poet Propaganda about Black History Month and the state of racial diversity in America. Also, we hear from band JOHNNYSWIM about their new live album and Jesse brings us (another) story about how he almost died. Read More

Clear eyes, full hearts, can’t lose … even after 10 years. The cast of the beloved TV adaptation of Friday Night Lights will be reuniting for a special, one-night event later this summer. In case you needed an excuse to travel to Austin, the June 10 reunion will be hosted in correlation with the ATX Festival, and will feature a fan pep rally, “Texas eats,” tailgating, live music and a screening of a classic FNL episode. The official list of participants hasn't been announced yet, but as Buzzfeed notes, show stars Katherine Willis, Taylor Kitsch, Adrianne Palicki, Derek Phillips and Louanne Stephens have attended the festival in the past. Discuss

Yesterday, at Kanye West’s “Yeezy Season 3” fashion show/listening party for his new album The Life of Pablo, the hip-hop star made the surprise announcement that he was releasing a look at the video game he’s been working on. Called Only One—like the name of his 2014 single—the game is apparently based on his mother’s 2007 death—and her journey to heaven. Though there weren't too many details available (like a release date or a platform), the concept is that players help guide Donda West "to the highest gates of heaven by holding her to the light.” You can see the trailer below: Discuss

Justin Bieber’s “Sorry” may be a catchy jam, but let’s be honest with ourselves here, it’s not exactly the most lyrically deep song ever written. Vanity Fair asked a bunch of celebrities—including John Krasinski, Maya Rudolph, John Legend, Jenny Slate, Jon Hamm, Don Cheadle, Bryce Dallas Howard, Judd Apatow and other—to do their best dramatic readings of lyrics like “I hope I don’t run out of time, could someone call the referee.” The results are as weirdly entertaining as you’d expect. Discuss

Two CCM stars have joined the cast of Tyler Perry’s upcoming Passion musical, which will be broadcast live on Fox on Palm Sunday. Michael W Smith, who will play one of the disciples, and Yolanda Adams join Seal (Pontius Pilate), Telenovela’s Jencarlos Canela (Jesus), Trisha Yearwood (Mary), Chris Daughtry (Judas), and others for the musical play that is a modern-day retelling of Christ’s crucifixion. The performance will be broadcast from New Orleans, where Perry’s contemporary take on the New Testament story takes place. Discuss

5 Worship Songs You Need to Hear This Week

For the week of Feb. 11, we look at tracks from Phil Wickham, Audrey Assad, Red Rocks Worship and more. Read More