Andy Mineo Filming Music Video for Wild Things

Reach Records recording artist Andy Mineo is working on another new visual to accompany a track from his debut album ‘Heroes For Sale’. Andy recently posted this intriguing image with the lyrics, “Christ died for this terrible heart, that’s why I wanna be where the wild things are…, as the caption which confirms the music video will be for “Wild Things”. We Are Films, the film production team behind the promotional videos for ‘Heroes For Sale’, are directing and filming this upcoming video.



Cheno Lyfe release his sophomore project, ‘LUNAR’


Cheno Lyfe and Good City Music are proud to announce the release of his sophomore album, LUNAR. Cheno Lyfe partnered with Good City Music to create a record that encourages the listener to reflect Christ. Covering a wide range of sounds, Lunar is the epitome of the South Florida movement. With CCM hits all the way to Commercial records that can be played in any scene, Lunar is sure to be a fan favorite for a long time.

Production includes George “G-Roc” Ramirez and Smash Productions and features a versatile set of guests including: Rhema Soul, Social Club, Pettidee, SPZRKT, Giel, Anthony Rose, Philip Bixby, Dawnchere Wilkerson and many more.

Colombian Worship Band Soulfire Revolution Release Debut Album ‘Revival’


Soulfire Revolution, a worship band hailing from Bogota, Colombia are preparing to release their Capitol Christian Music Group debut. The album’s title track (featuring Kim Walker-Smith of Jesus Culture) goes by the same name as their first project, ‘Revival’. Proof that their music and scope of ministry extends beyond just one language, ‘Revival’ is set to release on 13th August in English and Spanish (Aviva.)

Soulfire Revolution primarily serves as a worship band born out of Mision Carismatica Interncional (MCI) in Bogota, a church originated by husband and wife team Cesar and Claudia Castellanos. Currently, MCI averages 70,000 people in attendance on Sunday mornings in Bogota, growing from the group of eight that first began gathering in the Castellanos’ living room nearly 30 years ago.

Cesar and Claudia have always been focused on raising a family who loves and serves God, a primary goal that ultimately would pave the way for Soulfire Revolution. Feeling the call to ministry following a three-day MCI retreat known as “Encounter” just a few years ago, the Castellanos’ daughter Lorena, now the lead singer for Soulfire Revolution, first felt God’s call to ministry.

“I was 12 when I went to my first Encounter, and up until that point, I wasn’t really interested in church. I just went because I was the pastor’s daughter, and my parents were there,” Lorena shares. “But it was during those three days when I truly had an encounter with God. I had the conviction that God could really use me, and I never turned back.”

Now comprised of two married couples, Lorena Castellanos (vocals) and her husband Julian Gamba (bass), and Paola Sanchez (drums) and husband Jose Anthony Catacoli (lead guitar), plus Lorena’s brother-in-law Richard Harding (lead vocals and guitar), Soulfire Revolution was started out of a mutual love of music that points people toward the one true Hope. Continue reading