106 & Gospel

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106 & Gospel
106 & Gospel logo.jpg
106 & Gospel's logo
Starring Angel Taylor
(2009)
Jor'el Quinn
(2009)
Tye Tribbett
(2009)
Country of origin  United States
No. of episodes 6
Production
Running time 60 minutes
Release
Original network Black Entertainment Television
Original release January 11, 2009 – April 2009
External links
Website www.bet.com/OnTV/BETShows/106generationgospel/default.htm?Referrer=%7BC56EB6BB-AC76-4A61-8B81-5E15F7206273%7D

106 & Gospel was an inspirational version of the top-ten video countdown show 106 & Park, that aired Sundays on BET. The show debuted on January 11, 2009 and features a live audience, gospel music videos, choir battles and many celebrity guests. The show was canceled in April 2009 due to low ratings on the network.

Format[edit]

The program played the top ten most requested videos of the day, as requested by viewers who could vote by telephone or online. In addition to the music video countdown, a typical show also aired one new music video known as the New Joint of the Day, and a music video from the past known as the Flashback Joint of the Day. Viewers were also able to view videos from singers who talked about how the gospel had an impact in their lives.[1][2][3]

Host[edit]

Angel Taylor from Trin-i-tee 5:7 and Jor'el Quinn from 21:03 were the hosts of the show. The show also featured Tye Tribbett, where his segment "Tye's Tidbits",Tye talked about upcoming events and releases from gospel singers.[4]

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