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l-r: Deitrick Haddon, Torrence Greene (21:03), J Moss, Evin Martin (21:03) Shelby 5 (back)

21-03 21:03 – Torrence Greene & Evin Martin

DETROIT, MI (March 30, 2015) – Dubbed the greatest night in Gospel music, the 30th Annual Stellar Gospel Music Awards at the Orleans Arena in Las Vegas turned “Sin City” into “Salvation City.” Celebrating 30 years, the Stellar Awards was co-hosted with comedic flare by David Mann (“Mann & Wife), Tamela Mann (“Sparkle”) and Ricky Smiley (“Dish Nation”) during the 2-hour taped telecast premiering Easter Sunday, April 5 at 9 p.m. ET/8 p.m. CT on TV One. The Stellar Awards recognizes the year’s best performances in the genre, honors Gospel music icons and acknowledges the accomplishments of individuals instrumental in advocating for the industry.

Erica Campbell & Tina Campbell

Deitrick Haddon brought the house down with a star-studded rendition of “My City” collaborating with Dorinda Clark-Cole, Clareta Haddon, Kierra Sheard, J. Moss, 21:03 and Shelby Five. “My City,” was featured on season one of Oxygen’s hit show, “Preachers of Detroit.”

Evin Martin, J Moss, and Torrence Greene/21:03)
Photo Credit: Earl Gibson III, Courtesy of CCP/FrontPage Firm & PMG Gospel

World Premiere:

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Outsiders track-list:

1) Lantern (Glow)
2) Done (Feat. Joshua Rogers)
3) Priority
4) A Friend
5) I’m Gonna Make It
6) Square Circles/Great Are You Lord
7) Brand New Day (Feat. J Moss)
8) Nobody Bigger **BONUS TRACK**

Listen to 21:03’s Interview with Hallelujah FM’s Tracy Betha


Photo Credit: PMG Gospel

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Corey Stanley is a senior Mass Communication major at Grambling State University. He is a General Reporter for his school's newspaper " The Gramblinite." Stanley is a member of the National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ), and the Future Leader of America, Phi Beta Lambda Fraternity (FBLA-PBL) Alpha Tau Chapter. After graduating Stanley's ultimate goal is to obtain a research and journalism position in which his education and professional experiences that can prepare him to pursue his Masters in Business Administration.