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Habakkuk Music and BlackGospelPromo.com kick off Black Music Month with compilation CD

For a decade now, Veda Brown’s BlackGospelPromo.com’s online media marketing has served as one of the most effective methods to reach the black gospel consumer. It reaches nearly 200,000 people daily and advertises everything from Tyler Perry movies to gospel superstar Kirk Franklin’s CDs. For a few years now, Brown has had the desire to create a compilation CD of gospel songs to market via her firm, and now the time has finally come just in time for Black Music Month. 


“I’ve been wanting to do this for years,” says Brown, who is based in Philadelphia, Penn., in a news release. “So many of my friends in the industry have stepped up and allowed us to use their songs for this project, and I’m grateful. Indie labels and artists have become a major force in music so we’ve selected some of the best indie tracks to create a must-have CD compilation. “
 
Habakkuk Music has signed on to release not just one installment but also a series of compilation CDs with BlackGospelPromo.com. The first CD is entitled, “Got Gospel? The Best Indie Tracks, Yesterday, Today & Forever.”  The project hits stores on Tuesday, June 5, 2012, and features this exciting mix of recent hits and future classics:
 
1.            God is Great – Ricky Dillard and New G
2.            Lord, You’re Mighty – Youthful Praise featuring J.J. Hairston
3.            I Want To Say Thank You – Lisa Page Brooks
4.            Window – Canton Jones
5.            No Looking Back – Damita
6.            I Give Myself Away – William McDowell
7.            You That I Trust – The Rance Allen Group
8.            The More I Seek You – Gail Holmes
9.            Big -Valencia Lacy & Unquenchable Worshippers
10.            Send Your Rain – Clint Brown featuring Marvin Winans
11.            Alright – Gerald Scott
12.            Mario Winans’ “Overcomer” Remix – Vickie Winans
13.            Be Like You – Cheneta Jones
14.            The Best Time of My Life – Bryan Wilson
 
To learn more about Habakkuk, visit www.habakkukmusic.com for more information.

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