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.
Discover the "wow factor" that landed these gospel favorites at the top of the charts! The two CDs include "Believe" (Jennifer Hudson), "In the Middle" (Isaac Carree), "Be Still" (Yolanda Adams), "Speechless" (Anita Wilson), and "I Choose to Worship" (Wess Morgan).
Throne Room...The new album from CeCe Winans...Enter the Throne Room of worship with this musical canvas painted with the quiet strength of CeCe's exquisite vocal brush. Birthed out of spending intimate time in God's presence, this release is thoughtful, captivating and spiritually stirring.
A huge part of Marvin Sapp’s appeal has been his ability to tap into his own personal pain and weave a heart-touching song that speaks to the masses. Such was the story with his mega-hit song “Never Would Have Made It” and the follow-up “The Best In Me.” In the midst of those waves of success, the “pastor who sings” suffered another painful loss when his wife MaLinda Sapp passed away. So when the time came to record his subsequent album, Marvin chose a title that succinctly speaks about rising above life’s trials, and is presenting us with I Win.
Almost four years ago, Fred Hammond declared that he was going to do a love album “before he leaves this earth.” Truly a man of his word, Hammond has done just that with his new project GOD, LOVE & ROMANCE. The 2-CD set is a novel approach for a Gospel artist but it is a natural progression for Hammond, who is a Gospel music pioneer with a career that spans more than 20 years.
The “love and romance” disc gets real indeed. With a classic Urban AC feel, it features endearing love songs such as “I’m In Love With You,” “You Are My Love Come True” and “When I Come Home To You.” The tough issues of romance are reflected in songs such as “What Can I Say, What Can I Do?” – which asks for a chance to prove a couple can b ... more