Hillsong United as released another video from their album of Dirt and Grace, which was recorded live from the Holy Land.

“Here Now (Madness)” was recorded “on the doorstep of the Garden Tomb right below where many believe Golgotha was,” though in the YouTube description, they also add, “We realize this may or may not be Jesus' actual tomb—but the reality—it is EMPTY!”

Archeological history aside, it’s a pretty great song. Discuss


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The internet is a wondrous place, where people with amazing talents can finally get the recognition they deserve. One of those people is Jon Sudano, a music genius who can take any song, and sing it with the lyrics to Smash Mouth’s 1999 single “All Star.”

Adele’s “Hello”? No problem:

“Pumped Up Kicks” from Foster the People? Easy:

Bastille? Yup:

Alright, what about "Y.M.C.A." by the Village People? Impossible, right? WRONG:

Head over to his YouTube page to see more from our generation’s most under-appreciated genius.


Yet another reason to regret not sticking with your music lessons in elementary school.

Solange recently posted an official call on her website for New Orleans-based musicians between 18-35 interested in joining her band. The call asks interested parties to submit a three-minute video demonstrating their skills and is open to vocalists, guitarists and keyboardists.

Having grown up in Texas, the artist has always been supportive of local musicians and filmed many of her videos throughout New Orleans and Louisiana, bringing black southern culture to the forefront her work.

Solange is gearing up to tour for her critically acclaimed album A Seat at the Table.

We're looking forward to seeing who is chosen to join her on tour.

We might be a little jealous, too.


The band largely responsible for a global worship music phenomenon finally won an American Music Award.

Austrailia's Hillsong United received their first AMA for Favorite Artist award in the Contemporary Inspirational category after being nominated for the third year in a row.

This has been a huge year for Hillsong. They also won the Billboard Music Awards for Top Christian Artist and Top Christian Song for "Oceans (Where Feet May Fail), otherwise known as the tune you've memorized after hearing it on loop each Sunday.

A documentary about Hillsong United, "Let Hope Rise," also hit theaters this year. Their latest album, "Of Dirt and Grace: Live From the Land" was released as a visual album filmed across Israel earlier this year, too.

The crew just wrapped their US tour and are on to Israel next.

We'll be listening along. Discuss

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