Darryll King is the host on two Crawford Broadcasting Stations, WYCA REJOICE 102.3 FM and WSRB SOUL 106.3 FM. The King’s Highway Morning Show
is a four-hour power and praise packed music show with moments of ministry.
The show can be heard on WYCA REJOICE 102.3 FM Monday through Friday
from 6:00am to 10:00am and is one of the most listened-to morning drive
time shows in the Chicagoland area. Sunday Morning Glory is a six-hour live
remote broadcast heard on Soul 106.3 FM Every Sunday from 6am – 12pm
Darryll King and The Soul Patrol Broadcast Live From a different church every Sunday morning.
The shows feature and is hosted by Darryll King. She is one of the most respected
hosts across America as evidenced by her recent accomplishments of
receiving “The Gospel Announcer of the Year” honors from the National Stellar Awards
in 2004. She was also nominated for the Chicago Hip-Hop Announcer of the Year in 2004.
Darryll was also a recipient for the Sisters in the Spirit award in 2005. Darryll was the host
of Different Drummers on CBS Television Network for 2 and a half years and she hosts her
own television show on Chicago Cable Network Channel 25 entitled The Cutting Edge with
Darryll King since 1998. You may find Darryll hosting numerous events in and around the
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Wednesday night until early Thursday morning was a tragedy for all Christ believers no matter the race after the story of nine Africans Americans were found dead in a South Carolina church during a bible study.
Before he allegedly opened fire on members of a Bible study group at a church in Charleston, South Carolina,
Dylann Roof sat with them. He might have prayed with them.
Police say Roof shot and killed nine people inside the historic Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church,
near the heart of Charleston's tourist district. Eight died at the scene; a ninth died at a hospital.
Dylann Roof, the 21-year-old South Carolina native who carried out the attack, has since been apprehended.
The shooting, being investigated as a hate crime by the Justice Department, resulted in the deaths of three men and six women.
Three people survived the massacre–including a 5-year-old girl. And in the hours since the tragedy, family and friends
of some of the victims have shared photos and heartfelt stories about the mothers, young men, and community leaders
killed by the senseless tragedy.
This is a sad occasion. Be let's remember these victims for what they lived for: honoring the word of God. Here is a little more information about some of the victims below via Black America Web.
Tywanza Sanders, 26
A graduate of Allen University, the business administration major reportedly threw himself in
front of a family member at the church. President of the university, Lady June Cole, says Sanders was a quiet, but popular
student. After graduating in 2014 with his degree, he worked as a barber in the Charleston area.
Sharonda Coleman-Singleton, 45 Rev. Sharonda Coleman-Singleton was a mother of three who also coached the girls track team at Goose Creek High School. Her son, Charleston Southern University Baseball player Chris Singleton, tweeted about his mother shortly after the shooting.
Sen. Clementa Pinckney, 41 A married father of two, Clementa Pinckney was recognized for his work in the church and in the political world by President Obama and Rev. Al Sharpton. Starting his career at the tender age of 13, Pinckney preached before he was even appointed a pastor.
His political wins were recently honored — his response to the shooting death of Walter Scott by a South Carolina police officer helped pass the legislation of body cameras on police officers. When asked about his successful balancing act of church and politics, he had this to say: "I always felt God had called me to serve within the church because of what the church stands for," Pinckney told the Post and Courier in 2010. "This has always been home." Pinckney is survived by his wife Jennifer and his two children Eliana and Malana.
Cynthia Hurd, 54
Hurd, who worked as the Librarian of the Charleston County Public Library (CCPL), dedicated her life to
the establishment for over 30 years. All 16 Charleston libraries remained closed today to honor Hurd and her services.
Myra Thompson, 59
Thompson's daughter Denise Quarles confirmed her mother's death with reporters Thursday afternoon. Quarles is also a member of Big Bethel, one of the four Black historic churches in Auburn, Georgia.
Rev. Depayne Middleton-Doctor, 49
The minister and mother of four daughters was confirmed to be one of the victims of the shooting.
Middleton-Doctor worked as a Charles County Director of the Community Development Block Grant Program
until retiring in 2005. Supporters and family members sent their condolences to her children through social media.
Susie Jackson, 87
Known to friends and family as "Suzy," the grandmother was a longtime member of
the Eastern Light Chapter No. 360 Order of the Eastern Star. Her nephew, Rodney Shaw, spoke about his loss earlier today.
Ethel Lance, 70
Lance was a proud grandmother and retired Gilliard Center employee who worked
recently as a church janitor. She was also cousins with Jackson. Her grandson, Jon Quil Lance,
spoke to reporters about his loss.
Rev. Daniel Simmons Sr., 74
As a regular member of the church, Simmons would attend Bible study every Wednesday.
The Reverend was a ministerial staff member of the church.
Comedian and television host of 'The Daily Show' Don Stewart put all jokes aside to express the truth Americans are facing.
This week's feature artist is Marco Anthony known to many as "Marco The Poet" is one of the first poets to
ever be nominated for a Stellar Award, the highest honor in Gospel Music. His self entitled
rookie spoken word project was a mixture of contemporary gospel music and spoken word,
and was recognized nationally for "Best Spoken Word Recording of The Year 2012."
Marco Anthony is a poet, author, songwriter, singer, producer, community activist and minister. He was born
and raised in Bronzeville, one of the most historical communities in the country. He loves his community and
has been officially adopted by the Bronzeville Visitor Center and also taken under the wing of two of Chicago's
greatest historians, Professor Black, and Harold Lucas.
Marco Anthony's grandparents journeyed from Little Rock, Arkansas to Chicago and were a part of
the Great Migration story. After being kicked out of their communities, they were some of the first residents
of Ida B. Wells housing projects. Back then, it was a step up from the slums, but over time began to be a place
full of violence, drugs and a symbol of poverty. Despite the challenges Marco graduated from Alabama State
University (HBCU). He teaches within Chicago Public Schools, has a portfolio of songs and albums produced.
He directs most of his own music videos, but what he enjoys most is volunteering at his church.
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The TNT analyst announced the gift during a media conference call for the
American Century Championship's celebrity golf tournament earlier this week.
During the call, Barkley, who reportedly just signed an 8 to 10 year extension with the
TV show "Inside The NBA," said,
"I just got a new contract, and my goal is always to give a million dollars a year away to charity."
In fact, "the round mound of rebound" announced $3 million in gifts that day (must have been a good contract).
Barkley gave Lee and Jackson's beloved Morehouse $1 million, and he also donated $1 million to his own alma mater,
Auburn University. He also announced another $1 million to the Wounded Warriors project, a charity for veterans, saying,
"I think it's a joke the way they treat our soldiers."
Its' finally here. We get the video to the "club-like" gospel jam
"I Luh God".
Erica has received some criticism for sounding and looking too secular in the video, although she also
appears as her normal polished self in other scenes, and her pro-Jesus message questions nonbelievers when
she proclaims: "I love God/ You don't love God/ What's wrong with you?"
Erica is not fazed by her detractors, and explains that the song and video depict a part of her personality the
public does not get to see. "You know I'm from Inglewood," she explained during an interview with CNikky.com.
"And when I'm just hanging with my girls, I may talk like that. And people are not used to that… But I just wanted to have
fun and declare my love for God."
Not too long ago it was revealed that R&B maestro Christopher Williams,
gospel legends Doug & Melvin Williams, Wess Morgan, and Shawn McLemore
all have joined forces to form a new group christened, Five (V) Men.
The group Five (V) Men consists of five musical superstars, coming from different genres of music,
ranging from R&B to Contemporary Gospel to Traditional Gospel. This group of world renowned, Grammy nominated,
Billboard chart topping – unbelievably talented men are coming together for the very first time ever to create something new,
something fresh, something unique and something that has never been done before in the history of gospel music.
Check out the men discussing how the group came about below
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It is interesting that the story is big news being that Marvin Sapp's new album You Shall Live drops tomorrow (June 2nd).
Could this have been for publicity?? Who knows. Hopefully Sapp
and his team were still able to grab a bite enjoy the rest of their weekend.
Travis Malloytakes the world by storm as a singer, songwriter and producer.
A native of Pittsburgh Pennsylvania, he grew up trying to defy the odds. The God given anointing
and call on Travis's life became evident by the age of 8, when he took part in leading thousands in worship
on Sunday mornings at his first church, Petra International Ministries.
Travis released his debut album entitled "Lift Him Up" produced by J. Drew Sheard. "Lift Him Up"
received great feedback from fans which was just a preparation for his next release. "Lift Him Up"
also featured Kierra Sheard. On June 29th, 2012, Travis released his sophomore "Self Titled" album
which is available on iTunes right now! Travis is a member of the Mount Ararat Baptist church, under
the leadership of Rev. Dr. William H. Curtis, where he continues to minister, anoint, touch and bless
lives with his amazing God given talent.
NOW Travis has NEW music for us to enjoy.
Make sure to tune into the King;s Highway with Darryll King THIS MONDAY JUNE 1ST
for the premiere of Favor.
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