God's Property by Kirk Franklin
Want to hear God at work? Listen to the rejoicing voices of this award-winning choir comprised of at-risk urban youth. Along with leader... Read More
Want to hear God at work? Listen to the rejoicing voices of this award-winning choir comprised of at-risk urban youth. Along with leader and founder Linda Seawright (and special help from gospel superstar Kirk Franklin!), they perform Stomp, Up Above My Head, Love, and other contemporary urban gospel songs flavored with jazz, R&B, and a smattering of funk. Minimize
Product Review Summary
4 Reviews from Epinions.com
Feb 15, 2003
Pioneering a new sound
Pros: This album had contemporary arrangements but stayed true to the traditional gospel feel.
Cons: There wasn't too much I didn't like about this album. This project was great!
I think this is a great album to have in anyones gospel collection, because it has the contemporary sounds, mixed with the majestic sounds of traditional gospel music. Read More at Epinions.com
Feb 25, 2013
Sure to get you on your feet and out your seat
Pros: Best Gospel records you'll ever listen to. Charismatic and sure to make you move.
Cons: Some people won't get past the music to pay attention to the convying message
The bottom line is this is a great album. Buy it now okay you wont have a single regret,you'll simply be blessed. Read More at Epinions.com
Jul 17, 2000
Gospel moans and hip-hop beats...
Pros: Uses a lot of very innovative song arrangements
Cons: Not always Read More at Epinions.com
Feb 14, 2012
This was medium. The slow songs were pretty good, but not the fast songs.
Pros: Good slow songs. Good band music.
Cons: "Stomp" and You are the only one were not good song performances at all.
I would not recommend this album because of the songs fast tempo songs were not good at all. Read More at Epinions.com