– Adams Clashes and goes head to head with stripper in new series “Kingdom Business”
BET+ premiered the original series “Kingdom Business” on Thursday, featuring gospel legend Yolanda Adams in a role where she goes head to head with an upcoming singer who happens to be an exotic dancer.
in the episode of the series produced by Kirk Franklin, DeVon Franklin and others, the producers thought to give viewers a little bit on an unprocessed drama that went behind the scene in the music industry.
Although, it was tagged to be a Kingdom Series, it doesn’t escape or shy away from the use of foul language, and sexual content.
“Denita Jordan is the Queen of Gospel Music at First Kingdom Church and Kingdom Records in Atlanta. A superstar whose music has been heard around the world, she is determined to guard her family and its many secrets at all costs,” the summary of the show reads.
Yolanda Adams clashes with stripper in new series “Kingdom Business”
“Her husband Calvin Jordan may be the Bishop at First Kingdom, but Denita is the true leader, and she has little tolerance for insurrection among her family and employees (and ex-employees). Suddenly, there is a new powerhouse performer on the Atlanta gospel scene – a young pole dancer, Rbel, whose talent and pedigree may bring her closer to God and gold than she ever imagined.”
Yolanda Adams played Denita Jordan. “Empire’ star Serayah plays the role of Rbel.
This series also featured alot of fantastic guest stars: Tamar Braxton, La’Miya Good, Aspen Kennedy, Kiandra Richardson, Kajuana Shuford Marie and Sam Malone.
She said in an interview talked about her roles stating that “very different,” but there also are similarities.
“Definitely, the music is something that we’re so much alike on, the business side of it we’re so much alike,” Adams shared with The Jasmine Brand “One of the great things I think she possesses is the acumen to be able to balance the music and the industry. So I really liked that about her. I like that she has a strong opinion of who she is, and where she fits in.”
Devon Franklin, who is one of the producers, announced and celebrated the show via his instagram post.
“Kingdom Business” will reveal “the conflict and secrets that come with money, fame, and success,” Franklin wrote.
“It’s an hour-long drama set in the world of the gospel music industry.”
This series would be the very first that Franklin has produced.
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