Newly Released Gospel Music to Get You Through the Week

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Looking for some newly released gospel music to get you through the week? Look no further, we’ve got you covered! Check out our latest roundup of the best gospel tunes to keep you going.

Tuesday: J. Moss

The Grammy-nominated producer and singer-songwriter offers up a message of hope with his latest release

Album: The Voice

The Voice is the eighth studio album by American singer-songwriter J. Moss, released on August 18, 2015 through P Music Group. The album peaked at number one on the Billboard Top Gospel Albums chart, becoming Moss’ third chart-topper.

Moss worked with longtime collaborators Fred Jerkins III, Vidal Davis and Aaron Wainwright on The Voice. New to the production team were Antonio Dixon and Phillip Feaster. The project was recorded in Atlanta, Georgia and Los Angeles, California.

Songs on The Voice include the lead single “Thank You”, “praise break” track “The Pray-ers”, ballad “I Wanna Know” and uptempo songs “Good & Bad” and “All I Need”.

Release date: March 30, 2021

Today, we are featuring the newly released gospel music album from J. Moss. This album is entitled “Tuesday” and was released on March 30, 2021.

This album is a collection of 12 songs that are sure to get you through the week. The songs on this album are a mix of up-tempo and ballads, and they feature Moss’ trademark soulful vocals.

Some of the standout tracks on this album include “God Made Me”, “Good Enough”, and ” process”. If you’re looking for some new gospel music to add to your collection, be sure to check out “Tuesday” by J. Moss.

Rating: 4.5 stars

This album is the fourth studio album by American gospel musician J. Moss. It was released on August 21, 2007, by Gospocentric Records. The album features production from Moss and Stanley Brown. Tuesday comprises two discs, with the first disc consisting of twelve tracks, and the second disc being a bonus DVD that contains Moss’s performance at the Experience Music Conference and additional behind-the-scenes footage.

Moss enlisted several guest appearances for the album, including Dorinda Clark-Cole, Fred Hammond and Karen Clark Sheard on the lead single “All I Want”. Tuesday received positive reviews from music critics upon its release. At Billboard magazine, they gave the album a positive review and called it “a potent set of modern pop/R&B hymns” moss lighter moments are impressive.” In addition, AllMusic’s Andy Kellman gave the album four out of five stars and said that it was “an inspired piece of work — one of the best gospel albums of 2007, in fact.”

Wednesday: Kirk Franklin

Kirk Franklin is known for his soulful and moving gospel music, and his latest album does not disappoint. This album is full of hope and promises to get you through the week.

Album: Long Live Love

Kirk Franklin’s latest album “Long Live Love” was released this past week on April 28, 2020. The fourteen track album is a mix of genres including gospel, R&B, and hip-hop. The title track “Long Live Love” is a slower ballad with a message of hope and love in the midst of difficult times. Other stand out tracks on the album include “Just for Me” featuring SARAH Reeves, “Love Theory””, and “Lean on Me” featuring Franklin’s son Caziah.

Release date: April 6, 2021

Kirk Franklin is back with a brand new album, “Long Live Love.” The fourteen-track project is his first album in three years and was inspired by current events. Franklin has been a longtime advocate for social justice and equality, and he used his platform to speak out against police brutality and systemic racism. “Long Live Love” features guest appearances from Mali Music, Victoria monet, James fortune, and the Hamiltones.

Rating: 4 stars

Kirk Franklin’s new album, “Losing My Religion,” is his best in years.

Franklin has been one of the most successful and consistent artists in contemporary gospel music since he debuted in 1993 with “Kirk Franklin & The Family.” That album went platinum and won a Grammy for Best Contemporary Gospel Album.

Franklin has won 13 Grammys, including two for Best Gospel Performance/Song (“Lean on Me” and “Stomp”) and one for Best Gospel Album (“The Nu Nation Project”). He also has three BET Awards, eight Dove Awards, 43 Stellar Awards, two NAACP Image Awards and an American Music Award. He was inducted into the Gospel Music Hall of Fame in 2015.

Franklin’s new album is his first since 2013’s “Hello Fear,” which debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard gospel chart and No. 2 on the Billboard 200. It was his eighth consecutive gospel chart-topper.

The new album features the single “123 Victory,” which was released last month and quickly became Franklin’s 20th No. 1 song on Billboard’s Hot Gospel Songs chart. It was also nominated for a Grammy for Best Gospel Performance/Song.

Other highlights include “Love Theory,” which is already No. 1 on the Hot Gospel Songs chart; “Wanna Be Happy?,” which could be a crossover hit; “Bigger Than Me,” a song about faith; and “ Juicy Fruit ,” a fun track that features rapper Snoop Dogg .

Thursday: Tasha Cobbs Leonard

Today’s release is the album Heart. Passion. Pursuit. by Tasha Cobbs Leonard. This is her third studio album and it was released on August 25, 2017. The album peaked at No. 1 on the Billboard Top Gospel Albums chart.

Album: Heart. Passion. Pursuit.

Tasha Cobbs Leonard’s new album, Heart. Passion. Pursuit., is a collection of intimate worship songs that are perfect for personal moments with God or for leading worship in your church. The title track, “Heart. Passion. Pursuit.”, is an anthemic declaration of love for God, and the album also includes well-known worship songs like “Break Every Chain” and “Put a Praise on It”. Whether you’re a longtime fan of Tasha Cobbs Leonard or you’re just discovering her music, this album is sure to bless you and get you through your week.

Release date: August 25, 2017

This Thursday, August 25, is shaping up to be a big day for Tasha Cobbs Leonard. The gospel singer is releasing her new album, Heart. Passion. Pursuit., and it is sure to be filled with the powerful vocals and moving lyrics that fans have come to expect from her.

The album’s first single, “Greater,” has already been making waves, and it is just a taste of what is in store for listeners. With thirteen tracks total, the album is sure to have something for everyone. Whether you are a long-time fan of Tasha Cobbs Leonard or are just discovering her music, this album is sure to be a treat.

Rating: 5 stars

If you’re looking for some newly released gospel music to get you through the week, look no further than Tasha Cobbs Leonard’s new album, “Heart. Passion. Pursuit.” This album is absolutely amazing, and it definitely deserves 5 stars.

From start to finish, this album is packed with powerful worship songs that will move your soul. Whether you’re looking for something to uplift you or calm you, this album has it all. Standout tracks include “Your Spirit,” “Greater,” and “Oh My Soul.”

If you’re a fan of gospel music, then this album is definitely a must-have. Tasha Cobbs Leonard has once again shown why she’s one of the best in the business.

Friday: Tamela Mann

Friday is here, and so is Tamela Mann’s newest album, “Touch from You”! This record is full of hope and encouragement, and is sure to get you through whatever the week may throw your way. Get ready to be inspired!

Album: One Way

Tamela Mann’s newly released album, One Way, is full of powerful gospel tracks that are sure to uplift your spirits. From the heartfelt ballad “I Can Only Imagine” to the upbeat and joyful “Take Me to the King,” this album has something for everyone. Whether you’re looking for some encouragement or just some good old-fashioned gospel music, Tamela Mann’s One Way is sure to please.

Release date: April 28, 2017

Tamela Mann is one of the most successful Gospel artists of our time. She has released eight studio albums, including her most recent, One Way, which debuted at the top of the Billboard Gospel chart. Her latest album features the hit single “Change Me”, which has become an anthem for change and hope. On Friday, April 28, 2017, Tamela will be performing at the citywide Celebration of Gospel music event in her hometown of Dallas, Texas.

Rating: 4.5 stars

If you’re in the mood for some good old gospel music, then look no further than Tamela Mann’s newest album, “One Way.” This collection of hymns and gospel classics is sure to get your toes tapping and your heart singing. From the upbeat opener “Take Me to the King” to the soulful ballad “I Can Only Imagine,” there’s something for everyone on this album. And if you’re looking for a little motivation to get through your work week, Tamela Mann’s got you covered with tracks like “Put a Little Love in Your Heart” and “This Place.” So go ahead and give yourself a little pick-me-up with some Tamela Mann this Friday.

Saturday: Jonathan McReynolds

Saturday’s are for new music, and this week we’ve got some great new gospel tunes to get you through the day. Jonathan McReynolds released a new album today, and it is already making waves. His smooth voice and positive lyrics are just what we need to get our day started off right.

Album: Make Room

Jonathan McReynolds’ second album, Make Room, released in October 2016, debuted at No. 1 on Billboard’s Top Gospel Albums chart. The project also entered the Top Christian & Gospel Albums chart at No. 2 and Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums charts at No. 36 – making McReynolds the first solo gospel act to debut in the top 40 of that particular tally. “Make Room” was produced by Aaron Lindsay (NEEDTOBREATHE, Tye Tribbett) and includes the hit radio single “Not Lucky, I’m Loved.”

Release date: October 27, 2017

Jonathan McReynolds is a gospel music singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist from Chicago, Illinois. He has released three studio albums, Life Music (2013), Make Room (2016), and Jacob’s Ladder: Live in Concert (2018).

McReynolds was born in Chicago on October 11, 1988, the middle child of three boys. His father is a minister and his mother is a schoolteacher. McReynolds began playing the piano at age four and started writing songs when he was eight. He got his start in music by singing in his church choir and participating in community theater productions. McReynolds graduated from Columbia College Chicago with a degree in Music Business Administration.

After college, McReynolds worked as a music industry intern and as a promotions assistant for a Chicago radio station. In 2010, he released his first EP, Water to Wine. The following year, he released his first full-length album, Life Music. The album peaked at number one on the Billboard Gospel charts and received critical acclaim from both gospel and secular critics.

In 2016, McReynolds released his second album, Make Room. The album debuted at number two on the Billboard Gospel charts and featured the single “No Grey.” “No Grey” became McReynolds’ first song to chart on the Billboard Hot 100, peaking at number 79.

McReynolds’ third album, Jacob’s Ladder: Live in Concert was released in 2018. The album was recorded live at an event held in Nashville, Tennessee to promote racial unity within the Christian community.

McReynolds has won several awards for his work, including two Grammy Awards and five BET Awards. In 2016, he was named masseuse of the year by Ebony magazine

Rating: 4.5 stars

If you’re in the mood for some soulful gospel music, look no further than Jonathan McReynolds’ new album, “Make Room.” The 12-track project explores themes of patience, love, and hope, and is sure to lift your spirits.

With soaring vocals and uplifting lyrics, McReynolds delivers a powerful performance that will leave you feeling inspired. Standout tracks include the title track, “Make Room,” “Cycles,” and “Sunday Morning.” Whether you’re a long-time fan of gospel music or just looking for something to lift your spirits, “Make Room” is definitely worth a listen.

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