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I love radio and I love gospel artists! Some of the legends have been inducted into Hall of Fame for their awesome music and works. Stevie Wonder's powerhouse station KJLH inducts its first gospel stars into the Hall of Fame.

Recently awarded Gold & Platinum certification by the Recording Industry Association of America® (RIAA) - to certify over a million albums sold of “Awaken My Love”, his critically acclaimed collaboration with superstar Childish Gambino (who made history as the first rapper ever to win Record of the Year & Song of the Year - 62nd Annual Grammy Awards), Brent Jones has now been inducted into the Hall of Fame by Stevie Wonder's powerhouse station KJLH 102.3 FM

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“What an honor to be inducted with Kirk Franklin, Yolanda Adams, Marvin Sapp, Mary Mary, Hezekiah Walker, and Donnie McClurkin into the Hall of Fame!” says Brent Jones

Featured in the blockbuster DreamWorks movie “Trolls World Tour” (starring Justin Timberlake, Anna Kendrick & Mary J. Blige), coveted admission into the Screen Actors Guild, a hit song collaboration "Time" with pop star Ariana Grande, and a recent Billboard #1 plaque for his contributions to the Trolls World Tour movie soundtrack, 2020 has been quite the year for gospel star Brent Jones!

Singer/songwriter extraordinaire, who's pioneering work with his urban group Brent Jones & T.P. Mobb set the stage for Kirk Franklin and urban contemporary gospel, JDI artist Brent Jones' upcoming new CD "Nothing Else Matters" is the highly anticipated follow-up to "Open Your Mouth and Say Something", which topped the Billboard charts for over 54+ weeks, earning widespread critical acclaim and multiple award nominations including the 2019 Dove Award and 2019 Stellar Award.

Congratulations to all 3 of these powerful gospel artists and we wish them much success!

Part of the article (Courtesy Credit: JDI Records)

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