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"Jubilee Music (pre name change)"

Speaking of KJ-52, his touring turntablist DJ X hipped me to this group from his XL Management company.

A mix of hip-pop and acoustic worship, Jubilee and her band now present a full project titled Running from Sunday.

If the name and voice sounds familiar it may be because you recall her on KJ-52's "#1 Fan" song or from the KJ-52 Remix the Remix Mixtape. (She's also the sister-in-law of SOI's other half - goldinchild.)
- Sketch

"Jubilee Releases Debut Album ‘Running From Sunday’ (pre name change)"

Jubilee’s first full-length release is sure to captivate audiences of all backgrounds. Combining powerful lyrics with rock, r & b, pop, acoustic, and hip hop styles; the eclectic and high-energy recordings highlight their musical dexterity and ability to reach fans of all cultures and generations. Jubilee was featured on the hit single #1 Fan from KJ 52’s award winning record “Its Pronounced Five-Two”. KJ states, “Jubilee is the truth! It’s fresh to see a group as diverse as they are being able to cross so many genres and styles. They are a great example of what God can do with people dedicated to doing his purposes.” The groups current tour has found them performing alongside National and Award Winning artist such as, This Beautiful Republic, The Newsboys, KJ 52, Ayeisha Woods, Marvin Winans Jr and Manic Drive. In April, Jubilee was featured as the guest musical artist for the Nationally syndicated show, Raw TV. Their current single “Oxygen”, produced by Goldinchild, went on to set a new record of 7 consecutive wins on South Florida’s ‘ (91.9 WMKL) The Call’ FM’s Battleground Thursday segment.

“Running from Sunday represents the notion that our faith, convictions and beliefs should go beyond a routine. We know many people feel obligated by religion to live a certain way on a specific day. Others may have a certain struggle they have been dealing with for a period of time. We want everyone to know no matter what it is, God didn’t intend for people to live trapped by rules, regulations or addictions but to just simply trust in him. Run from whatever is holding you back.” - HolyCulture.net


"Versatile" - Single (2008, released as JUBILEE)
"Versatility" - EP (2008, released as JUBILEE)
"Oxygen" - Single (2009, released as JUBILEE)
"Running from Sunday" - LP (2009, released as JUBILEE)
"FELLOWBLISS - Live" - EP (2010)
"Echo" - Single (2010)




The new Fellowbliss EP "Laughing at Catastrophe" is set to hit shelves at the end of Summer 2010. The album is the first collaboration between the group since they shed their former name (Jubilee) and evolved into Fellowbliss. It aims to translate the personal experiences of the band into aesthetically pleasing music that will not only draw crowds at live shows, but change the musical environment of Southwest Florida.

Fellowbliss first gathered as a band in January 2009, where they set to the road to show audiences in the Southeastern United States the unique synthesis of jaggedly rock-based rhythms and hip-hop styled flow that sets them apart from other local acts. The fluidity of the band has allowed the group to play at shows that range in the age of the audience, the size of the venue, and the type of music played. Fellowbliss' tunes have echoed the halls of churches, bars, youth groups, nightclubs, and festivals.

Three of the five original members continue to record and tour as a group, while a newly signed drummer fills a pair of the empty shoes. The hard-working musicians behind Fellowbliss are:

Jubilee – Vocals
“Magic” Mike Kirkland – Keyboard and Percussion
Matt Anastasi – Drums
Slim “Slimtronic5k” Gillian – Guitar

"Laughing at Catastrophe" is an independently recorded EP that documents the thoughts and emotions of a band that sees both great pain and coherent meaning in the world. The title of the album is a reflection of the band's personality. Despite seeing utter failures in all facets of life, guitarist Slim Gillian proudly declares “we are bigger, better, and stronger, but more than that, [we're] ready and willing to fight.” The band aims to make this EP an album that listeners of all backgrounds can relate to. “The thing about 'Laughing at Catastrophe' is that it is unequivocally 'us.' Every song was written because we meant it, it's something we have felt or experienced ourselves,” vocalist Jubilee explains, “At this point, despite the catastrophic events of the past year, we still tilt our heads back and laugh at life.”