Gospo-Fella Entertainment’s “The CountDown” Nominated for (4) 2012 Rhythm of Gospel Awards

This has been an amazing year for Gospo-Fella Entertainment. Debuting in the top one hundred on the gospel music charts for their release of “Constantly” by Kevin-G ‘The Music Maker” and the overwhelming response from the release of their debut compilation project Gospo-Fella Entertainment presents”The COUNTDOWN”; Now nominated for (4) four 2012 Rhythm of Gospel Awards. Gospo-Fella Entertainment has been nominated in the following categories: Alternative Gospel CD for ‘The COUNTDOWN” Alternative Christian Song of the Year “Invincible featuring Alayna Maberry”, Best Recording Artist with a featured Soloist “Chosen to be Separated featuring Kevin-G The Music Maker and Special Event CD of the Year for “The COUNTDOWN”. Voting for the 5th Annual 2012 Rhythm of Gospel Awards is open to the public and now under way. You can cast your vote at www.therhythmofgospelawards.com. Voting ends March 1st, 2012. The Award Show will be held July 25th-29th, 2012 in Jacksonville, Florida. The Rhythm of Gospel Award 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. For additional information on the 2012 Rhythm of Gospel Awards visit www.therhythmofgospelawards.com. For bookings and additional information contact: Wanda Adams at marketingministry@live.com


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