Lecrae has his finger on the pulse and beat of the American church! Using hip-hop styles, wit, and irony, he moves believers and pop culture closer to Christ. Includes "The Drop," "Walk with Me," "Free from It All," "Fallin' Down," "Fakin'," "Violence," "Mayday," "Confe$$ions," "Buttons," "Power Trip," "I Know," "Tell the World," "Lucky Ones," and the title track.
Named after what has been called the origin of the Pentecostal movement, Azusa: The Next Generation is a musical representation of what Azusa became. Started in Los Angeles in 1906 as a small Bible study, what became known as the Azusa Street Revival blossomed into an annual event, drawing people from all over the world and crossing racial barriers. Hezekiah Walker, last year led the Azusa revival in his hometown of New York, and thousands attended. He assembled a choir, and the result was a new body of work that encompasses the spirit and fellowship of Azusa. Hez one again teamed with multiple Stellar Award winning producer Donald Lawrence; and the album also features guest artists such as Donnie McClurkin, Deitr ... more
Known worldwide as the tall raspy tenor who commands your attention with his powerful and rich sounding vocals, Donnie McClurkin has more than proven that he is far more than a gospel singer.
The man behind the platinum and gold selling CDs is an amazing songwriter that not only have penned chart topping tunes like, "Stand and We Fall Down," but has also worn the hat of producer on his projects.
His knack for nailing songs that others can identify with and serving them up with a compelling vocal delivery has helped McClurkin to carve out a spot in the hearts of millions.
On his 11th album, Kirk Franklin once again establishes himself as the frontrunner in Gospel music. The 13-song project explores timely themes and classic sentiments, while offering renewed testimony to Kirk's status as a GRAMMY-winning songwriter and producer.
Kirk collaborates with a wide array of music luminaries, including stellar performances from Kim Burrell, Lalah Hathaway, Tamela Mann, Tasha Cobbs, Sarah Reeves, Zacardi Cortez, and Tasha Page-Lockhart.
Secret Place is deeply personal offering for Mitchell and displays expressive, passionate music that is timely and persuasive. The album's first single, ?Joy,? is a mid-tempo song that is as infectious as its name and is both declarative and profound. The entire project features an incorporation of South African and American singers and musicians including the brilliant Tasha Cobbs whose undeniable connection to the sound of worship can be heard on ?Jesus Reigns.?