This is how much money Mariah Carey's "All I Want For Christmas Is You" is raking in
Mariah Carey's "All I Want For Christmas Is You" still brings in millions of dollars.Since it debuted in 1994, Carey's song has become a go-to Christmas pop song during the holidays, along with mainstays "Jingle Bell Rock" and "Holly Jolly Christmas." The pop singer is raking in big bucks from its success.
Christian rapper TobyMac released "21 Years" Friday, a song that grapples with theof his oldest son, Truett Foster McKeehan.
In releasing "21 Years," TobyMac shared a note detailing the grief that followed his son's death. The song provides "an honest confession of the questions, pain, anger, doubt, mercy and promise that describes the journey I’m probably only beginning," he said.
"One thing I know is that I am not alone," the statement continued. "God didn’t promise us a life of no pain or even tragic death, but He did promise He would never leave us or forsake us. And I’m holding dearly to that promise for my son as well as myself."
Slain Barnard College student celebrated at memorial in hometown
The service, held Saturday in Charlottesville, Virginia, went on as the NYPD searches for a teenager wanted in connection with the killing of Tessa Majors. The ceremony for Tessa Majors, which took place at her high school in Charlottesville, Va., included musical performances and remarks by her friends, classmates and former teachers.
A sobering, four-minute reflection, TobyMac sings in the chorus: "Are you singin' with the angels?/ Are you happy where you are?/ Well, until this show is over/ And you run into my arms/ God has you in Heaven/ But I have you in my heart."
McKeehan, age 21,. Metro Nashville Police Department did not initially disclose a cause of death.
An aspiring rapper, McKeehan penned songs under the pseudonyms TRU, Moxie and as truDog.
In honor of McKeehan, TobyMac and his family— an organization raising college scholarship funds for underserved youth.
A Grammy Award-winning artist, TobyMac begins his winter tour later this month in Florida.
— TobyMac (@tobymac)
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