This is not only good news for the UMAs credibility, it’s even better news for M-Brio who – while being very new on the reporting scene – bring a very welcome reporting dimension to the UK and international scene.
M-briomusic.com is quickly establishing itself as a major player (and rightly so, in my view), with the latest breaking news, features and interviews from the biggest and best in the Christian music world.
Founded by brothers Adam and Matthew Brooks, their vision is simple: to create a Christian music website, that operates in a more excellent way, promoting Christian artists and music, whilst uncovering and helping to introduce, new music to the world:
“We are truly excited to be able to partner with the Urban Music Awards. Not only do we appreciate what they are doing for U.K. music in general, but we also applaud their acknowledgement of a booming U.K Gospel scene. By partnering with the UMA’s we believe we can show the world that gospel music transcends genres and styles and is literally bursting with talent”.