Fern, of the hip-hop duo Social Club Misfits, has just released a powerful video in which he describes his story of leaving the church (he was a pastor's kid), getting caught up in drugs and eventually being sent to prison. At what he calls “possibly one of the lowest points in my life,” he was at a party—after doing cocaine—and walked out to a balcony and heard a voice telling him to “just jump.”
It was later, while behind bars on drug-related charges, that he came back to faith, and his life was changed forever when he dedicated himself to God.
Social Club Misfits will soon release their latest album The Misadventures of Fern & Marty on Capitol Records , which openly deals with themes like faith, struggles and their own life experiences.
A special guest joined worship leader and singer/songwriter David Crowder at this week’s Passion conference in Atlanta.
Country music star Carrie Underwood briefly took the stage with Crowder at the gathering of thousands dedicated to uniting people “in worship, prayer and justice for spiritual awakening in this generation.”
A few people in the audience were able to capture some moments from the surprise appearance, and postedthem online.
The line-up for this year’s Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival has been announced, and it’s pretty insane.
Radiohead, Beyonce and Kendrick Lamar will each headline a night (Friday, Saturday and Sunday of consecutive weekends on April 14-16 and April 21-23), and the festival will also include performances by Lorde, the xx, Father John Misty, Empire of the Sun, Bon Iver, DJ Snake, Lorde, Local Natives, Warpaint, Bastille, Jack Garratt and a ton more.
Early this morning the singer Lauren Daigle stopped by Good Morning America to perform a couple of her songs and essentially lead worship on live television in the middle of Times Square. #NBD
It’s been a huge year for Daigle as both of the GMA hosts were quick to point out: The Grammy nominee has not one, but two chart topping albums in the past two years, is one of the fastest selling artists in Christian music in the past decade, and Billboard's Top Christian Artist of 2016. Again, no big deal.