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Urban Street Free CD Offer!

  • 1999 22 Jul
Urban Street Free CD Offer!


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The URBAN STREET CD features 15 full length songs from urban, gospel and hip hop artists including K2S w/ Crystal Lewis, Dottie Peoples, The Kenoly Brothers, T-Bone, Cross Movement, James Bignon, and MORE! Free with any purchase while supplies last.


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1. It Ain't Easy
by {{T-Bone}}
from the album Tha History Of A Hoodlum

After three albums and two videos, T-Bone has become one of the most respected and best selling rap artists in the Christian music industry. This album brings together a collection of his best songs spanning his six years of Christian rap domination, making this a must have for all Christian rap fans and a great starting place for new believers.

2. I Am That I Am
by The {{Cross Movement}}
from the album House Of Representatives

The Cross Movement is back in action with their sophomore album "House Of Representatives." They are composed of seven members, two of which are associate ministers. Within the Cross Movement, there is a common desire to communicate God's side of the story and this album will be evidence of that. With an original Hip-Hop sound that is matched bar for bar with a Biblical theme, there is no doubt why they have achieved so much critical praise.

3. How Deep Is Your Love
by {{K2S}} (w/ Crystal Lewis)
from the album Better Dayz

On the heels of their very successful album, "Welcome To The New Era," K2S comes in with an amazing second release. The first single features a duet with SKA sensation The Insyderz. Also featured, are duets with Crystal Lewis on the classic song, "How Deep Is Your Love," and the rapcore group Spoken.

4. The Answers
by {{Urban Disciple}}
from the album Tha Missin' Element

Urban Disciple is not only a gospel rap artist, but a full time inner city youth pastor of over 125 urban teens. The album features a unique east coast style with a blend of smooth R&B and Mediterranean sounds with some lyrics in Spanish and Greek. The Missin' Element strives to remain true to the hip-hop culture, while at the same time presenting an uncompromised message of Jesus Christ.

5. Heaven Or Hell?
by {{Jah Word}}
from the album Heaven Or Hell?

In 1997, Jah Word founded Christ Like Records with the release of his first self produced solo project, True Testament. In just one year, Jah Word has opened and performed with recording artists such as: Angie & Debbie Winans, Dawkins & Dawkins, T-Bone, A1-Swift, Eddie James & Colorblind, Unity Klan and Tonex to name a few. Jah Word received great reviews for a performance in the 1998 "Qualcomm Superfest" sponsored by the NFL Superbowl Host Committee, San Diego, CA. The Testimony of Jah Word's music is proven to break through barriers of race, age and denomination.

6. All I Need
by {{Unity Klan}}
from the album One Day

Proverbs says in 29:18, "Where there is no vision, the people perish." Unity Klan, consisting of two males and one female, Big J, Da' Rebel and Jaz, has the vision to touch this world both young and old with the gospel of Jesus Christ with no compromise. Unity Klan is a unique blend of worship mixed with phatt hip-hop and rap. These songs will minister and plant seeds in the lives of many who hear it. Unity Klan's debut album, Eternal Funk, gave their Christ centered lyrics an opportunity to establish the name of Jesus Christ into the Hip-Hop scene. Now their back to encourage both saved and unsaved souls, bringing health to the body and hope that is found in Christ to the lost.

7. Victory Shall Be Mine
by {{Kenny Smith}}
from the album So Real

Kenny Smith, former Dove and Stellar Award nominee, delivers a smooth blend of soulful lyrics with urban contemporary grooves. Called the urban music lover's dream, this album is satisfaction guaranteed. Feature's a great cover of the Chaka Khan and Rufus anthem, "Tell Me Something Good."

8. He Can Save Your Life
by {{Soul}}
from the album Soul

Soul is made up of nine young anointed visionaries (ages 18-24) whose desire is to see the gospel preached throughout the world. With modern music and the message of salvation through Jesus Christ, Soul represents a young, contemporary blend of gospel music never heard before.

9. All About You
by the {{Kenoly Brothers}}
from the album All The Way

The Kenoly Brothers latest project, All The Way, is for everyone who at some time has questioned his/her faith in Christ. Inspired by the Holy Spirit, the Kenoly Brothers have been able to write songs that uplift and encourage the listener to carry on with their faith in Christ. The Kenoly Brothers debuted with the single "I Love To Love You Lord" from the Dove Award Winning Album, "Welcome Home," by Ron Kenoly, their father. Their smooth R&B style combines the subtle touches of such artists as BeBe and CeCe Winans along with the colorful energy of Kirk Franklin.

10. Give Him Glory
by {{Felicia Marion}}
from the album Compassion

"Compassion" marks Felicia's debut as a Christian songwriter, she takes a personal hand in telling her story as co-writer of 10 of the album's 13 selections. She seemlessly combines contemporary pop, jazz, R&B and African rhythms.

11. Remember What Your Mama Said
by {{Fairest Hill}}
from the album Full Circle

Born and raised in Detroit, Fairest's father was a pastor and his mother is recording artist Tessie Hill. Produced by Dana Davis and Ben Tankard, his new project is a rich blend of strong, thought provoking lyrics, broad vocal styles and thick R&B grooves. As founder of Youth On The Move, he works through public schools presenting motivating anti-drug assemblies.

12. I Believe I Can Fly
by {{Mel Holder}}
from the album Now & Forever

Mel is the Lord's musician. This sax player is an instrumental expressionist whose musical styles range a varied and rich spectrum. The art forms of Gospel, jazz, R&B, hip-hop, classical, African, pop and reggae are all represented, however, Gospel is the tag he is most proud to wear. Mel's debut album "Now & Forever" overflows with both instrumental expression and praise to the Almighty.

13. God Can
by {{Dottie Peoples}}
from the album God Can & God Will

Dottie Peoples returns with her first live project in two years. All the elements that made "Dottie Peoples-Live" and "On Time God" such tremendous successes are present, including most of the same musicians and many of the same songwriters. No one "takes you to church" quite like Dottie Peoples, and this latest release will have you ready to go along. Recorded at New Birth Missionary Baptist Church in Atlanta, the performance is also available on video.

14. On The Other Side Of Through
by {{James Bignon}} and The Deliverance Mass Choir
from the album On The Other Side Of Through

World renowned for his work with Gospel Workshops, James Bignon has few equals who can combine his talents as a songwriter, arranger and choir director. The Other Side Of Through is a testament to the gifts he's been given!

15. We Offer Up The Sacrifice
by {{Keith O'Neal}} and the Praise Chorale
from the album Excellent Praise

"Excellent Praise" is the debut release by Keith O'Neal and The Praise Chorale. This gifted Psalmist and music director, combined with a hand picked chorale, forms an energetic gospel praise chorus.

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